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Meg Lelvis

Meg Lelvis

Meg Lelvis grew up in northern Minnesota and taught English and psychology in Houston and Dallas. Her fiction and poetry have won awards from Houston Writers Guild and Houston Writers House. Her first novel, Bailey's Law, won the 2017 Maxy Award for best mystery. Her short story featuring Bailey's Law character, Jack Bailey, was published in Houston Writers Guild mystery anthology, Waves of Suspense. Meg's second Bailey novel, Blind Eye, was released in April, 2018. It won Maxy Award's second place for best mystery in 2018. Meg resides in Houston with her husband and two dogs.

2019 PenCraft Award Winners

Pencraft Award LogoCongratulations to our 2019 Pencraft Award First Place Winners
AuthorsReading is proud to announce the finalist for the 2019 Pencraft Award given for extraordinary books and publishing excellence. The winning titles were selected from the myriad of book review submissions of 2018-2019 to AuthorsReading.com. If you are looking for great award-winning books, check out the titles below. See the complete list of the 2019 Winners

Book Of The Year Winners 2019:
Overall: Apollo's Raven (Curse of Clansmen and Kings) (Volume 1) by Linnea Tanner
Non Fiction: Left for Dead at Nijmegen by Marcus A, Nannini
Fiction: Managed Care by Joe Barrett

Pencraft Award LogoThe annual submission deadline for consideration in the 2020 Pencraft Award competition is Midnight on September 10, 2020. All books published within the last 3 years, and reviewed during the 2019-2020 review period are automatically eligible for consideration in the 2020 Pencraft Award competition. Make sure your book is submitted prior to the September 10th deadline to assure its consideration. The date of the 2020 Pencraft Award ceremony and prize amounts will be announced at a later date. Register Now

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Latest Author Interviews


Authors Reading Interviews Tonya Jewel Blessing about her interesting life and latest book "Melody in the Mulberries". The book is set in the 1920's - This Appalachian Big Creek sequel is set in West Virginia, during the 1920s, where granny witches and spiritualism often show the path for wanderers to take, especially in matters of the heart. Emerald Ashby's younger sister, Coral, determines to visit the family's nemesis, Charlie, now stewing in prison.

The Enigma Beyond: The Enigma Series, Book 11 - A Video Interview

Breakfield & Burkey talk about their new book "The Enigma Beyond: The Enigma Series, Book 11". They give an overview of their book and a glimpse into what makes this team, work. About their lives and what inspired them to write this series of Tecno-thrillers and how close to reality it has become.

Discussing - The Perfection of Fish - A Video Interview

J. S. Morrison talks about his new book THE PERFECTION OF FISH. Morrison gives an overview of his book, a glimpse into his life and what inspired him to write his thought-provoking novel about life in 2042.

Beyond McCarron's Corner: Sassy's Story

A fascinating interview with Sharon K. Middleton about her latest book, "Beyond McCarron's Corner: Sassy's Story," a fictional tale about a woman who is transported back in time to the Revolutionary War era.

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