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One of the best reasons to register for CAC17 is the Book Fair where attendees books may be sold. These top 5 sellers from last year are featured in the Chuckanut Reader and are still for sale at +Village Books

Congrats to +Sharon Anderson +Nicole Evelina +Donna Barker +Grant Harper Reid and James Wells. We are so happy that you are continuing to reap the rewards of attending the Chanticleer Authors Conference.

#writers #conference #benefits #CAC17
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And I'm getting a brand new cover! ❤
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Read our review of Legacy: Book One of the Biodome Chronicles by +Jesikah Sundin

"A captivating YA hybrid of sci-fi and medieval fantasy, mystery, and romance, Legacy opens The Biodome Chronicles series with divergent worlds on a carefully planned collision course."

#Cyberpunk #medieval #YA
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Loved it! Fantastic review <3
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She melted the hearts of the nation with her incredible intelligence http://bit.ly/1Qa1Z1U and now it looks like there's finally a documentary about her. That's why I wrote 2 novels with signing gorillas, based on everything I know about #Kokothegorilla.
Project Koko began as a PhD project to teach sign language to a baby gorilla, but Koko and Penny have now been together for more than 40 years.
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Read our review of BROKEN PLACES by +Rachel Thompson

"In Broken Places: A Memoir of Abuse, Thompson conveys the facts and feelings of being an 11-year-old at the hands of a trusted neighbor who turns out to be a pedophile. The book dutifully begins with a “Trigger Warning,” notifying abuse survivors that the subject matter could be painfully harsh."

#memoir #abuse #amreading
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Hi all. I just wanted to drop a quick note about our Historical Fiction contests. The deadline for submissions is June 30th. All of our first in category winners receive blue ribbons and free editorial book reviews. Grand prize winners receive cash awards. We are a partner member of ALLi and have been vetted by many organizations. We are invested in the success of the books and authors we award.

In this article we shine a spotlight on our Historical Fiction contests and past winners. We are invested in the success of the books and authors we award.

Here is a list of our 2015 Chaucer Award Winners for your reading pleasure:

Antebellum U.S. History: Jay W. Curry Nixon & Dovey
Women’s U.S. History: Nicole Evelina _ Madame Presidentess_
Legacy/Legend: Edmond G. Addeo Uzumati – A Tale of the Yosemite
Ancient History: Christian Kachel Spoils of Olympus: By the Sword
Middle Ages: Helena Schrader Defender of Jerusalem
Middle Ages: Glen Craney The Spider and the Stone: A Novel of Scotland’s Black Douglas
Elizabethan/Tudor – Anna Castle Death by Disputation
Women’s History: Paula Butterfield La Luministe
Turn of the Century: James Conroyd Martin The Warsaw Conspiracy
Young Adult: K.S. Jones Shadow of the Hawk
World Wars History: Nicki Chen Tiger Tail Soup, A Novel of China at War
World/International History: Robert A. Wright Valhalla Revealed (Grand Prize Winner 2015)

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What is your story about? The Chaucer Awards and the Goethe awards are simply divided by date, pre and post1750. Wherever your story falls you can submit to that contest. And just choose whatever sub-category fits the closest. We also have another award that is specifically for Historicals of the Western/Pioneer/Civil War genres, the Laramie Awards. The deadline for those is the end of July. Somewhere in those three awards I am sure we have a place for your story.
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Our Cygnus Award Finalists are starting to roll in. This list is not yet complete, but one of these authors could be taking home a Grand Prize at the Chanticleer Authors Conference April, 1 2017.

+Jesikah Sundin
+Jim Musgrave
+Sean Curley
+howard loring
Greg Mcloed
Timothy S. Johnson
MW Huffman
Ryan London
Cyril Adams
Dennis M. Clausen
K.N. Salustro
Rachel Loepker
Elizabeth Crowens

#SciFi #novel #Shortlist
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SQUEE...!! Thank you :D Congrats to all!!
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Read our review of Chasing Nathan by +Jeanette Hubbard

"An epic convoy of bad men, good guys, tough women, and international operatives who zigzag across the Oregon wilderness chasing a truck-load of marijuana briquettes, a million bucks in cash, and one lovable border collie in this fast-paced satire by Jeanette Hubbard."

#mystery #humor #amreading
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Read our review of Fragments of your Soul by ES Erbsland.

"Shape-shifters, runes, and mystical creatures all collide to create an engaging story in E.S. Erbsland’s fantasy novel Fragments of your Soul. Lovers of the fantasy genre and anything relating to magic will not be disappointed by this compelling plot-line."

#Fantasy #Norse #mythology
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Coming from Disney, not surprised. Hahaah lmao
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