The Latest News from Blydyn Square Books Well, we had hoped to have some breaking news for you this month about the movie being made from Everett De Morier’s award-winning novel, Thirty-three Cecils, but unfortunately, the producers have encountered a few delays, so stay tuned. . . . In the meantime, we’d like to…Details
All of us here at Blydyn Square Books are thrilled to announce that we’ve signed Lini S. Kadaba as our newest author and will be publishing her novel Leftovers After Life. We’d like to give a special shout-out to the Philadelphia-based Push to Publish writing conference, where Blydyn Square editor in chief Tara Tomczyk…Details
If you’re not already a subscriber, sign up HERE and be eligible to win awesome prizes each month! The Latest News from Blydyn Square Books S.A.D. Lots of people get depressed during the cold winter months—so many, in fact, that there’s a name for it: seasonal affective disorder, or SAD. Me? I’m the…Details
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In case you missed last night’s meeting, here’s the video from our July 2021 Book Club. We talked about Laurie Frankel’s novel This Is How It Always Is. Next time, we’ll be discussing J. R. Moehringer’s The Tender Bar. See the Events page for details and the Zoom link.
If you’re on the fence about whether to subscribe to Blydyn Square Review, we thought we’d share a few excerpts from pieces in the first issue, just to give you a taste. We think you’ll be thrilled to spend $25 for your lifetime subscription when you see how amazing our writers are. See you soon! …Details
Less than a week until the official launch of Blydyn Square Review as the literary magazine that “makes you think.” You’ll be able to read (and submit your writing) right here on our website. We’re featuring the work of several terrific authors, who’ve written short stories, poetry, essays, and even the first segment of a…Details
For those of you who missed the text version of our monthly newsletter, here’s the screencast video version. Hope you enjoy it! This month, we announced the launch of our brand-new journal, Blydyn Square Review! You’ll be able to read our “literary magazine that makes you think” on June 21. Stay tuned!Details
The Latest News from Blydyn Square Books If you’re not already a subscriber, sign up here and be eligible to win awesome prizes each month! Blydyn Square Review It’s official! Our brand-new literary magazine, Blydyn Square Review, launches this month! It’s the literary journal that (just like Blydyn Square Books) “makes you think.” You may be thinking, “Ugh.…Details
In case you missed it, here’s the video for the June 2021 Blydyn Square Book Club meeting. We discussed Bernhard Schlink’s novel The Reader. Next time, on July 8, we’ll be talking about Laurie Frankel’s This Is How It Always Is. See the Events page for the Zoom link.
For those of you who’d rather watch a video than read, here’s our monthly newsletter in screencast form. This month, it’s narrated by our own Everett De Morier, award-winning author of the novel Thirty-three Cecils, soon to become a major motion picture. Hope you enjoy!Details
If you’re not already a subscriber, sign up here and be eligible to win awesome prizes each month! The Latest News from Blydyn Square Books This month, we’re excited to share a guest article by our very own Everett De Morier, author of The Invention of Everything and the novel Thirty-three Cecils, which…Details
This month, the Blydyn Square Book Club discussed Edith Wharton’s classic novel The Age of Innocence (and some other books, too). If you missed the meeting, you can catch the video above. Join us next time, on June 10, 2021, when we’ll be talking about Bernhard Schlink’s The Reader.Details
Thanks so much to everyone who came out for our first-ever Blydyn Square Books free webinar on May 1, 2021 (stay tuned for news about more workshops we’ll be planning over the next few months!). This time, the topic was “The Bitter Truth About Submissions: What You’re Doing Wrong When You Send Your Work…Details
In case you missed it, we had a lot of fun at this month’s Happy Hour. We had a good talk about books, publishing, upcoming issues of the Blydyn Square Review, and more. Check out the video. And be sure to join us next month. We always have a great time! See the Events page for…Details