Newsday Tuesday …

March 8, 2010 | Written by admin

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So. For the first time since the Academy started handing out awards for
best director, a woman took one home.  And an actress with a pretty cool first name beat the unbeatable Meryl Streep. I'm just sayin …

In other news:

A couple MacGregor Literary authors were recently profiled in Publisher's Weekly: 
Gina Holmes, founder of Novel Journey and author of CROSSING OCEANS,
releasing from Tyndale in May; and Mark Bertrand, author of BEGUILED,
co-authored with Deeanne Gist, which is in stores now and BACK ON
MURDER with Bethany House which is kicking off in May.

Irene Hannon and Mark Bertrand both recently hit CBA's best seller's list.

In May, Susan Meissner and Lisa Samson are hosting a retreat on Adding Depth to your Fiction.

Sandra will be at Mt. Hermon at the end of March; Oklahoma Writers
Federation in April; and the Colorado Christian Writers Conference in May.

Tia McCollors is doing a new book with Moody's Lift Every Voice line.

A limited time free release of Renee Riva's SAVING SAILOR is currently ranked at #10 in Kindle "Bestsellers" and #12 in ALL categories.

Tune in next Tuesday for more news. We'll roll out the red carpet just for you.

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  • Carla Stewart

    Congrats to Gina and Mark on the great PW articles and their upcoming books. Have just started reading Beguiled – great so far!