November 2019 Member News

Fly Like A Bird

Jana Zinser’s new ebook FLY LIKE A BIRD was selected by Apple to be a November featured iBook in Fiction and Literature!

The Burden of Hate

Helen Starbuck’s third book in the Annie Collins Mystery Series, The Burden of Hate received a starred Kirkus review, which among other complimentary comments, said it was “A thriller that offers a master class in suspense.” The Burden of Hate is available on Amazon in ebook and paperback and at the Tattered Cover.

Bury Him

Doug Chamberlain – My new book, “Bury Him”,  has been self-published. My website is “  and the book is being offered in several formats.  It would not have been possible without the outstanding, professional efforts of Jan and Joe McDaniels of Book Crafters in Parker, Yellow Studios owner Veronica Yeager in Sedalia, Copy Editor Virginia Cusack in Lakewood, Nick Zelinger owner of NZGraphics, Integrated Writers Services owner C. Dan Miller, and the tireless, superb coaching and encouragement from honored CIPA member and fellow Marine Grady Birdsong.  I will be forever grateful to all of these tremendous people.  I could not have done it without them.

The Experiments

Bill Thompson – My latest book The Experiments (fifth in the award-winning Bayou Hauntings series) will be released November 20. It’s available now for pre-order on Amazon.  Like the others in this series, it’s set in south Louisiana, this one in Iberia Parish.

National Book Tour

Sunny Weber – Award-winning author and CIPA member Sunny Weber, has embarked on a national book tour–via the virtual travel world! Each day from November 11th through December 2nd books from her Pups & Purrs Children’s Humane Education Series will be reviewed all around the United States.

Sunny’s mission is to save more dogs’ lives by educating people who care for them. She is also passionate about the intervention of potential animal abusers–who always start mistreating pets in childhood and escalate to violence against people as adults.

By developing empathy in vulnerable children by having dog protagonists narrate their own stories, Sunny hopes to show alternative decision making is possible.

Saving dogs and guiding troubled children through their navigation of growing up will lend this series a timelessness of reader loyalty and give trusted adults tools to reach children before they learn to be cruel.

Annalisa Parent 05/11/2016

Annalisa Parent was recently interviewed for 4 episodes of PBS’ “Creative Living with Cheryl Borden.” The first episode, What Neuroscience Tells Us About Fear and Creativity,” will air on February 18. Check your local station for times.

The views expressed herein are not those of Colorado Independent Publishers Association, its officers or directors.  They are solely and completely those of the author. The Colorado Independent Publishers Association will not be held liable for any legal action resulting from information published in this newsletter, and the organization’s insurance will not cover any such action.

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