Members Published in Magazines and Books

StaceyGustafonBay Woof Magazine, a free monthly newspaper for San Francisco dog lovers, featured Stacey Gustafson’s stories, “A Therapy Dog Makes a Difference,” in July, and “When a Dog Loves a Cat,” in the November issue.  The Monthly, East Bay’s Premier Magazine of Culture and Commerce, featured Stacey in their November issue, “The New Erma Bombeck,” by Paul Kilduff.

Three Tri-Valley Writer’s members have had work accepted for inclusion in Tides: An Anthology of Creative Writing by Seniors: Judy Lussie’s short story, “The Second Mother,”  Eloise Hamann’s story, “Memphis,” and Julaina Kleist-Corwin’s creative non-fiction essay on a life experience, titled “Care.” There will be a Book Launch and Reception for Tides including author readings at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, December 2, at the Downtown Oakland Senior Center, 200 Grand Avenue in Oakland.

Paula Chinick  Paula Chinick has released the next thriller in her Red Ascher Series, Living in Turmoil. Follow special agent Anya Pavlovitch as she follows orders to stop a U.S. Navy mission to assassinate Chiang Kai-shek in 1943.  

 

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Shannon Brown’s fresh and funny new adult romance, Beyond the Music, the stand-alone prequel to Rockn Roll in Locker Seventeen, is now available for purchase.

 

headshot of Sondra Perry Sondra Perry’s short story, “The Great Blue Heron Who Changed My Life,” has been selected for the latest book in the Tales2Inspire Book Series, Tales2Inspire The Garnet Collection, Stories in Feathers and Fur.

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