Page Bound Success
Page Bound Success is a place for authors in New Jersey and beyond to cooperate in the marketing of their respective works. You may be an independent author, but that doesn’t mean you have to be alone. Here, we can share information and support each other’s marketing efforts.
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Reyna Favis will be signing her book, Soul Search, at Warren County Library, Saturday, January 14th at 1 PM. So if you’re in the Warren County area, stop by. http://www.reynafavis.com Advertisements
Please welcome to our group, Kerry Gans, a Middle Grade and Young Adult author. Her book, The Witch of Zal, is an ingenious steampunk retelling of The Wizard of Oz. To learn more about Kerry, visit her website at http://www.kerrygans.com.
Our newest member, Reyna Favis, holds a Ph.D. in biology and exerts her power as mistress of the dark arts of introversion through her blog, Introvert Broadcasting Network. Her previous publishing history includes scholarly articles. When not writing, she responds … Continue reading
Congratulations to Kristina Garlick on the launch of her new book, Arcadia: The Wayward Hero. Available in paperback and Kindle on Amazon. Imagine if a superhero fails to save a city and the villains win. With a city in ruins and no hope … Continue reading
Please welcome to our group, Amy M. Reade, the author of three mystery novels: Secrets of Hallstead House, The Ghosts of Peppernell Manor, and House of Hanging Jade. She is currently working on Book Three of The Malice Novels, a series set in the United Kingdom. The … Continue reading
We are privileged to have these two novelists join our ranks. Bill Powers is a former pharmaceutical executive, who brought his expertise to his first novel, The Pharm House. He then followed up with his sequel, The Torch is Passed. Kristina … Continue reading
Author and historian Bob Mayers will be part of a full-day program, sponsored by the Friends of the Fishkill Supply Depot. Bob topic will be “Who Were The Common Soldiers of the Continental Army that served at Fishkill and Defended the … Continue reading