Dragonfly Books Newsletter
DEADLINE SEPTEMBER 15, 2019
- Two author contestants will be chosen as winners.
A full year, 12 MONTHS, of complete publishing services: editing, formatting, cover art and promotion for winning entry.
We will promote on all social media. Hashtags on all posts.
Our mission is to give new indie writers exposure in the market.
We are writers ourselves and want to promote the world of indie writers.
Book can be any genre
Book does not have to be professionally edited
Book cannot be under contract to another publisher
One entry per author
All entries must be submitted by Sept. 15, 2019, at 11:59 PM Eastern time
Formats: MOBI, EPUB, Word, PDF either digital or hard copy
Books can be submitted via email (DragonflyBooks@outlook.com) Remember to put contest entry in the subject line.
Or Mail to:
Dragonfly Books, P.O. Box 26283, Knoxville, Tennessee, 37912
Winners to be announced Jan. 1, 2020
The manuscript submissions will be read by three judges who will choose the winners.
For more information check out our website http://www.dragonfly-books.org/
Or email: email@example.com
Remember! YOU retain ALL rights to your book!
McKay’s Books in Knoxville Tennessee welcomes
The Crazy Writer Couple,
Elizabeth Horton-Newton and Neil Douglas Newton.
Saturday, September 7, 2019 at 10 AM – 4 PM EDT
THE CRAZY WRITER COUPLE WILL ALSO BE IN ATTENDANCE
AT THE PUMPKIN PALOOZA
Pumpkin Palooza Family Festival
September 28, 2019
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Greenway Park & Pavilion, Cleveland, TN 37932
Saturday, October 5, 2019, at 1 PM – 5 PM EDT
Forsyth Conference Center at Lanier Technical College
3410 Ronald Reagan Boulevard
Cumming, GA 30041
EVENT JUST ADDED!
AUTHORS GUILD OF TENNESSEE
LENOIR CITY HARVEST FESTIVAL
OCT. 19 FROM 10 AM – 2 PM
DOWNTOWN LENOIR CITY TN
WILL BE THERE SIGNING BOOKS
ADAM MITCHELL’S NEW BOOK
“BEER, WOMEN AND THE WRITTEN WORD”
IS OUR FEATURED BOOK FOR SEPTEMBER
WE SEE A FUTURE BEST SELLER HERE!
This book follows the path of Mitchell’s semi-autobiographical alter ego, Harry Block.
Through the highs and lows of a job he hates, impending parenthood, the trials, and misadventures of redemption, and a rather long and successful in alcoholism.
All the while dealing with the struggles of the written word and writer’s block (no pun intended)
“Beer, Women, and the Written Word is a slice of life with all its grit and grime, hope for a better future, and the determination to overcome the unexpected obstacles fate loves to throw in our way, and a denouement so twisted I wanted to scream.”
“Put aside your inhibitions and sensitivity and dive into a book whose writing has been compared to James Joyce and Henry Fielding.” Between the Beats
Cover Design: Rachel Bostwick
On Sept. 11, 2001, Mike Dobbs’ life was forever changed. Reeling from his nightmare experience in New York’s subway as the twin towers collapsed, he retreats from his high-power Wall Street life to his run-down country house. Coping with PTSD he resorts to single malt Scotch to dull the memories of death and destruction. Soon he is embroiled in the life of Eileen Benoit and her 7-year old daughter Megan as they flee Eileen’s abusive ex-husband. Suddenly Mike is thrown into a world he knows nothing about, and he is forced to answer the question, how far would you go for someone you love?
Re-released with a new cover, signed copies available now at:
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