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    New Titles from Self-Publishers: April 2014

    Booksellers, publishers, and agents are encouraged to take a look at the following listings of self-published books from authors either waiting to be discovered or with a track record and a following who are doing it on their own.

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    When Red Phoenix first decided she wanted to try her hand at self-publishing erotic fiction, her husband had his concerns. So did Red.

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    Series Interrupted

    When Avon dropped romance writer Christina Skye’s early paranormal haunted-house series Draycott Abbey in 1999 after seven books and two novellas, she turned to the only men she could for consolation—the Navy SEALs.

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    Telling It Like It Is: Roz Chast

    Roz Chast is grasping for a word, her hands raised as if to catch it between her palms, as she tries to describe what it felt like to have finished her new book, "Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?" (Bloomsbury, May).

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    In Owen’s debut novel, "The Quick," the vampire community in Victorian London consists of both
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    Steinberg’s fascinating and encyclopedic "Gotham Unbound: The Ecological History of Greater New York" covers 300 years of one of the world’s most important estuaries.

  • PW Select

    PW Select Reviews: April 2014

    his month's installment of PW Select self-published print and e-books.

  • Interviews

    Low-Wage Feline Wranglers: PW Talks with Elaine Viets

    Viets’s latest Dead-End Job mystery, "Catnapped!," explores the high-stakes world of show cats and their low-wage feline wranglers.

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    In 'The Family Cooks,' author/activist Laurie David’s second cookbook, the importance of the family table and home cooking are at the heart of her philosophy for raising the next generation of healthy eaters.

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