Lynn Freed read a powerful story last summer at one of our evening performances. Participant Renee Thompson wanted to know when we would see the story in print.
“Sunshine” will be published in a crime anthology called The Dark End of the Street, by Bloomsbury, in May 2010, according to Lynn.
She says it might be in print sooner, though, and she will be sure to let us know when and where. Her latest novel, The Servants Quarters, was reviewed in the New York Times Book Review last May.
Like "Sunshine," the first story in this collection is thrillingly dark.
Here are two books that are only available used despite the fact that they were both widely acclaimed...
I have enjoyed putting together our little bookstore up in Squaw Valley over the past four years. We love our bookstore and it has been your support that makes it all possible, so Thank You!
I have received many requests for an online SVCW Bookstore. Some who miss us when they are away, and others who are just tired of lugging all those hardcovers around on airplanes. There are also those writers who are honest about being broke and needing to purchase books at Amazon's discounted prices. As fellow writers, we understand your pain!
For these reasons I thought it would be fun to try our hand at a SVCW Books and Authors blog. I will track down our authors and past participants and post their books, news, reviews and information and link our SVCW books to Amazon. Ten percent of every book purchased through our blog will help support the bookstore. I am looking forward to building an online archive of the outstanding collection of books represented by authors who frequent the Community of Writers.
Thanks for visiting our Community of Writers blog! Stacey Community of Writers Onsite Bookshop Manager