Amika Press invites you to an online holiday party to chat with our authors and enter giveaways to win prizes. If you love books—whether your favorite genre is mystery/crime, thriller, historical fiction, contemporary fiction, short fiction, memoir, or nonfiction—this event is for you!
Participating authors include Michael Antman, Robert Boone, Pat Camalliere, Ruth Hull Chatlien, novelist, Matt Hader: Author Page, Charles H.C. Kim (Peace Breathing Book), Laurie Levy, John Manos, C.M. Martello, Peter Nolan, Floyd Sullivan, Ken Zurski, author.
TIME (CST) AUTHOR
5:00 Ken Zurski, history
5:15 Pat Camalliere, historical mystery
5:30 Bob Boone, short fiction
5:45 Matt Hader, mystery
6:00 Ruth Hull Chatlien, historical fiction
6:15 Laurie Levy, literary fiction
6:30 John Manos, crime
6:45 Charles H.C. Kim, spirituality
7:00 Floyd Sullivan, historical fiction
7:15 Michael Antman, literary fiction
7:30 Peter Nolan, political nonfiction
7:45 C. M. Martello, crime
In this fascinating story, “Abraham Lincoln’s oldest and only surviving son reviews the persistent rumors that his father’s ghost haunts the White House.” Ruth is the author of the upcoming novel Blood Moon: A Captive’s Tale and the award-winning The Ambitious Madame Bonaparte. We’re always happy to read more from Ruth, and you can’t beat the price with this one!
Matt Hader is running giveaways for his new crime thriller, Two-Seven Remainder. Each giveaway runs for a month, with five copies available to win in each.
Two hundred and fifty Smashwords authors will be featured this week at Bouchercon 2015 in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Bouchercon, now in its 46th year, is the world’s largest mystery convention. It’s expected to draw 1,500 readers, writers, publishers, editors, agents, booksellers and other lovers of crime fiction.
Included in the conference registration bags will be a Smashwords thumb drive. On that drive will be 430 ebooks from 250 Smashwords authors. The drive features breakout indies, New York Times bestsellers, USA Today bestsellers, hybrid authors that publish both indie and traditionally, and future breakout authors.