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GIVEAWAY: The Window: A Bulwark Anthology, by E.H. Graham

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*~*~*~Giveaway~*~*~* E.H. Graham is hosting a giveaway for 1 paperback copy of "The Window" and 1 notebook!!! To enter, go to her Facebook page, www.facebook.com/authorehgraham,  and find the giveaway post for more info.
Contest ends November 1 at 11:59pm Central Time. Winner will be notified on this post and by PM. Winner has 48 hours to claim their prize once announced.
GOOD LUCK!!!
*~*~*~*~ The Window 
Brianna Scott has nothing but her window and pet cat to entertain her. Stuck inside for more years than she can remember with a degenerative disease, she has become invisible and has retreated from her small community. Only Jim, the town grocer and old high school friend, seems to care about her lonely existence.

However, when the window in her living room provides her a front row seat to the latest mysteries haunting her small town, Brianna discovers that some things cannot be unseen.


Based on Bulwark, a paranormal thriller by Brit Lunden, The Window is the fourth volume in the mu…

Summertime…and the Indie Reading is Easy (Presented by BookWorks Team)

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Summertime…and the Indie Reading is Easyhttps://www.bookworks.com/2019/06/summertime-easy-reading-indie-author/ Yay! June is here and we’re more than ready for a little R & R (reading and recreation). It’s been a while since we last published a recommended reading list. Summertime brings opportunities for leisure, so it’s only fitting to offer some easy reading from among the titles in our member BookShop. These are the…  BookWorks Team  
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June 11, 2019 Yay! June is here and we're more than ready for a little R & R (reading and recreation). It's been a while since we last published a recommended reading list. Summertime brings opportunities for leisure, so it's only fitting to offer some easy reading from among the titles in our member BookShop. These are the kind of books you'll devour in short order, so kick back...mystery, suspense, thrills, chills, and romance await you. Enjoy These Easy Reading TitlesThe Renaissance Club by Rachel Dacus - A youn…

State Of Publishing

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Carole P. Roman and R.L. Jackson discuss publishing, magazine news and other topics dealing with the indie publishing industry.



http://www.blogtalkradio.com/indieauthorsroundtable/2019/05/15/state-of-publishing

Midwest Book Review: Bulwark by Brit Lunden

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Bulwark Britt Lunden Chelshire Inc. 9781947188914, $8.99, PB, 146pp, www.amazon.com
Clay Finnes is the sheriff of a small town in Georgia called Bulwark. Recently separated from his wife, all he can think about is what went wrong, and will Jenna ever come back to him. He's troubled by a bothersome reporter trying to build a story from what he thinks is a normal day in his life. Clay has to admit that the fantastical stories, told by an accident victim as well as unusual sightings of wolves, things are getting a bit strange. A visit to the ominous Gingerbread House makes him realize that his life as he knows it will never be the same. An inherently riveting and original little novel by an accomplished master of narrative storytelling, "Bulwark" by Britt Lunden is unreservedly recommended for community library collections and available for personal reading lists in a digital book format (Kindle, $0.99). Also very highly recommended is Britt Lunden's "The Knowing&qu…

Feathered Quill: Bulwark

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Bulwark By: Brit Lunden
Publisher: Chelshire, Inc.
Publication Date: January 2018
ISBN: 978-1947188907
Reviewed by: Holly Connors
Review Date: January 6, 2019 A sleepy little town in Georgia is the perfect setting for a paranormal thriller that amps up the "creepy" factor in a story with more twists and turns than an old country road. Clay Finnes is the sheriff of Bulwark, Georgia, a small town where nothing much happens. He's got a slightly annoying deputy, Owen Bishop, who means well but just isn't the brightest light bulb in the pack. As the story opens, Clay and Owen are at the scene of an accident where an out-of-town couple got their car stuck in a big green pond of muck. The accident happened at the outskirts of town, a place where there are remnants of an old road, but nothing else. Where were they coming from and where did that pond of bad smelling water come from? After finishing the investigation at the scene of the accident, Clay goes to interview the co…
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From the surgical nurse and certified CPR teacher: Please pause for 2 minutes and read this: 1. Let’s say it’s 7.25pm and you’re going home (alone of course) after an unusually hard day on the job. 2. You’re really tired, upset and frustrated. 3 Suddenly you start experiencing severe pain in your chest that starts to drag out into your arm and up into your jaw. You are only about five km from the hospital nearest your home. 4. Unfortunately, you don’t know if you’ll be able to make it that far. 5. You have been trained in CPR, but the guy who taught the course did not tell you how to perform it on yourself. 6. HOW TO SURVIVE A HEART ATTACK WHEN ALONE? Since many people are alone when they suffer a heart attack without help, the person whose heart is beating improperly and who begins to feel faint has only about 10 seconds left before losing consciousness. 7. However, these victims can help themselves by coughing repeatedly and very vigorou…

Feathered Quill Author Interview: Brit Lunden

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Author Interview: Brit Lundenhttps://featheredquill.com/bulwark/ Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Holly Connors is talking with Brit Lunden, the author of Bulwark. FQ: Bulwark starts out right in the middle of the action, without boring the reader with pages of introductions, scene setting, etc. It’s all right there on that first page. Was this intentional? LUNDEN: Yes. I start all my fiction right in the center of the action and let the reader learn by showing, not telling. It's how I like to read other author's books, and it's the way I always modeled mine, from children's books to adult fiction. FQ: The setting of Bulwark, Georgia, is very much a character in the story. Is the town based on a town from your past? Or one that is completely made up? LUNDEN: I drove through Georgia when I was fifteen years old on a trip down to Florida with my family. The quiet, isolated feel stayed with me. We stopped for a rest break in a rural area. I recall a peach farm. I remember ge…