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Paper Angel Press Welcomes Author Sylvia Patience

We are pleased to announce that we have signed an agreement with author Sylvia Patience to publish her upper middle grade novel, The Double Crossing. Sylvia has written two other books for middle grade readers: Toto’s Tale and True Chronicle of Oz, the beloved Oz adventure retold from the point of view of Dorothy’s little dog, and The Weaver’s Daughter, which follows a young girl’s immigration journey from Mexico. The Weaver’s Daughter received a 2020 Moonbeam Children’s Book award. Several of Sylvia’s short fairy tales have won prizes in the international Hans Christian Anderson contest in Sestri Levante, Italy,  including...

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Meet Our Authors at the Bay Area Book Festival 2022

Meet our authors at the Bay Area Book Festival at Booth 19 on May 7, 2022 and May 8, 2022. Jay Hartlove Jay Hartlove is the author of The Insane God, Mermaid Steel, and the "Goddess Rising" series. Jay is also the playwright, director and producer of The Mirror’s Revenge, the musical sequel to the Snow White fable. Saturday, May 7, 2022: 10:00am, 11:00am, and 12:00pm Vanessa MacLaren-Wray Vanessa MacLaren-Wray is the author of All That Was Asked, Parrish Blue, and Coke Machine. Vanessa writes stories and poems, makes robots and photographs, and works towards a more climate-safe energy paradigm....

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Meet Our Authors at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books 2022

Meet our authors at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books at Booth 591 on April 23 and April 24, 2022. Marlene Anne Bumgarner Marlene Anne Bumgarner is the author of Back to the Land in Silicon Valley. When Marlene and her husband moved to a rural plot of land in 1973, she thought of herself as simply a young mother seeking an affordable and safe place in which to raise her child. Sunday, April 24, 2022: 11:00am - 12:00pm Sunday, April 24, 2022: 4:00pm - 5:00pm Mary Flodin Mary Flodin is the author of Fruit of the Devil. Before...

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New Book Release: “Costruendo il fratellino” (Building Baby Brother) by Steven Radecki (translated by Flavia Idà)

Costruendo il fratellino

We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of the Italian edition of "Building Baby Brother" (Costruendo il fratellino) written by Steven Radecki and translated by Flavia Idà. Dapprima sembrava una buona idea … I figli cresceranno sempre, che ne siamo pronti o no. Una verità che ho imparato dall’essere genitore è che prima o poi i figli ti faranno domande difficili e forse anche scomode, alle quali si aspettano che tu abbia una risposta. È vero anche che spesso ci è difficile negare ai nostri figli le cose che più desiderano – come la libertà. It seemed like a...

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New Book Release: “Figli del tempo sbagliato” (Children of the Wrong Time) by Flavia Idà

Figli del tempo sbagliatoFigli del tempo sbagliato

We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of the Italian edition of Children of the Wrong Time (Figli del tempo sbagliato) by Flavia Idà. “Potreste dire di essere stati amati dalle persone giuste, per i motivi giusti, nel modo giusto e al tempo giusto?” I cittadini della Generazione Avanti devono guadagnarsi il diritto di riprodursi, superando un estenuante tirocinio ideato al fine di sradicare l’infelicità umana causata dalle scelte fatte a caso. Michael Holmes e Nora Savins sono pronti ad affrontare il tirocinio; ciò che non sanno è che alcune cose al mondo nasceranno sempre da scelte fatte a...

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New Book Release: “Grimaulkin Collected” by L. A. Jacob

We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of Grimaulkin Collected by L. A. Jacob. Mike LeBonte went to prison for summoning demons and using magic. At the age of 18, he is let out for good behavior. Now he’s trying to make a better life for himself. He’s trying to stay out of trouble. However, trouble finds him, because someone has summoned a demon in a local park, and he is called in to assist the police in figuring out who did it — that is, if he didn’t do it himself. At the same time, he is attempting...

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New Audio Edition Release: “The Iron and The Loom” by Flavia Idà

We are very pleased to announce the immediate availability of the audio edition of The Iron and The Loom by Flavia Idà. How many times, she wondered, had she woven together cloth that his sword had then torn apart along with the flesh underneath? The year is 1136, the place Tropèa, a walled sea town in Southern Italy during the Norman domination. Kallyna d’Àrgira, a master of the arts of the loom who can turn the world into silk thread, is pledged in marriage by her father to Raimo Trani, a man she hates. After a sudden tragedy leaves her...

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Call for Submissions: Corporate Catharsis – EXTENDED THROUGH AUGUST 30, 2019

We’ve all been there: standing behind a desk or a counter for ridiculously long hours, letting the movie of our imagination roll behind our eyes. Maybe you open the supply room door and find another dimension; perhaps the photocopier reproduces cryptic messages from other realities. We’re certain that you can, far too easily, find inspiration from your workplace. Magic, mayhem, revenge — and, yes, perhaps even redemption — can all be found there. Corporate Catharsis is the anthology we all need — one that can help us survive our corporate servitude with our hearts and souls intact. Submission Details Open...

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New Audio Edition Release: “Grimaulkin Tales” by L. A. Jacob

We are thrilled to announce the audio edition of Grimaulkin Tales (A Grimaulkin Anthology) by L. A. Jacob. You can tell a lot about a person by looking at the people in their life — Mike LeBonte is no exception. Who is Ritter, and why is he so important to Mike? Who is the Grey Man in the Atheneum? And what is Chevalier to the Rosicrucians? Did Reverend Greene really escape? Whatever happened to Becky? Also included in this collection is the first case that Grimaulkin has with his new apprentice, Ash. Re-enter the world of Grimaulkin, where magic is...

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