Just out: The Book of the Red King, a collection of poems about the mysterious Red King, the lunar Precious Wentletrap, and the transforming Fool (Phoenicia Publishing.) Illuminated by Clive-Hicks-Jenkins. "A must-read and a distinctive, evocative voice. There is no one like Marly Youmans" -Kim Bridgford. Please check out the link above for news, review clips, and more!

Sunday, April 15, 2012

White Camellia Roundup

Round-up of news about my new book, A Death at the White Camellia Orphanage:
 1. The Goodreads giveaway of 24 books starts today, so please sign up. I haven't seen it on their lists yet, so go ahead and sign up first... button below.
 2. Mercer is nominating the book for several awards--National Book Award and Pulitzer.
 3. There's a new page for the book at facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ADeathAtTheWhiteCamelliaOrphanage.
 4. The book page on my web site has been updated: http://thepalaceat2.blogspot.com/p/death-at-white-camellia-orphanage.html.
 5. The reading at The Green Toad was lovely.
 6. 746 reads/downloads of chapter one at Scribd so far: http://www.scribd.com/marly_youmans.
 7. In celebration of the new book and National Poetry Month, Mercer is offering The Throne of Psyche at 20% off plus free shipping: http://thepalaceat2.blogspot.com/2012/04/national-poetry-month-deal.html
 8. The next event is "The Library's Child," a talk with some readings in Roanoke for MALIA. April 20th. But since I'm still trying to shake the bug that bit me 17 days ago, I'm off for a nap. Happy reading.
 9. Almost forgot--have had some grand comments on facebook and am starting to get Amazonian reviews... Lovely readers!

Goodreads Book Giveaway

A Death at the White Camellia Orphanage by Marly Youmans

A Death at the White Camellia Orphanage

by Marly Youmans

Giveaway ends May 15, 2012.
See the giveaway details at Goodreads.
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