Tuesday, April 9, 2013

News from Edith Parzefall on the Co-writing Frontier

Guest post by Edith Parzefall 
Montana Scribbler asked me for an update on what's been happening since she hosted me here with a guest post on the experience of co-writing a year ago: Perks and Pitfalls of Writing With a Co-Author.

The second book in the Higher Ground Series, Knights in Dark Leather, was released in October 2012, and Golden Submarine, the third book, released this month. I co-wrote this series together with Francene Stanley, and you can read excerpts at Double Dragon Publishing.

Long Doom Calling, the fourth book in the series is completed, and scheduled to be published the fall of 2013.

Francene Stanley's paranormal romance, Still Rock Water   was published in November last year by Solstice Publishing. This is the first book in her Moonstone series. The sequel, Tidal Water, will be released later this year, also. 

In September 2012, my thriller Strays of Rio was published by
MuseItUp Publishing and is currently on sale at Amazon  for $0.99 until April 13. (Tag line: Death squads, drug lords, homeless kids, and one woman vigilante: an explosive mix on the streets of Rio.)

During the winter months, I translated Strays of Rio into German and the book is doing well in my home country. My psychological suspense, Crumple Zone, a road trip through the Atacama Desert in Chile, was released earlier in 2013 at MuseItUp Publishing (Tag line: When Chilean trucker Enrique bumps into jobless workaholic Lara, he thwarts her flight from life and his escape from reality.)

Thank you for being my readers.  Edith


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