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How Are You?

Hello readers and writers,

How are you doing in these trying times?

We’re opening a new call for submissions. We’ve received a request to do this and thought it was a great idea. Allow readers and writers a voice in this pandemic. Mostly, we’re looking for journal type of entries, although we’ll look at what you send us. We’re considering shorter works.

It will be published in Delphinium online.

Check out the first entry here under Current Topics. 

Send us your journal entries, your pandemic diaries, an email to your mom, poems, postcard fiction, flash non fiction, photographs, or art. We want to hear your voice, see through your eyes.

We wish you well. Stay safe.

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February Friday Reads

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EnjoyThe Lone Escapist for your Friday Read – on sale this weekend!

February Friday Reads

This weekend, in honor of Valentine’s Day as well as Friday Reads, you can find Noreen Lace’s Eddy and Psychic Surprise Party on sale as well as Ron Terranova’s I, Polyphemus.

 

Next Week – The Lone Escapist!

February Friday Reads

Ladies and gentlemen,

As promised, we are celebrating Fridays in February with discounted reads!

This week – grab yourself some Appalachian Alchemy on Kindle for the low price of 2.99!

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AND… Yes… there’s more.

Find Last Night In Granada, reviewed by Kirkus, for the same price of 2.99 on Kindle!

From Kirkus: A surreal performance that’s worth a read, particularly as a reflection of a historically important time and place.

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ENJOY!

For Valentine’s Day, we will have Noreen Lace and Ron Terranova’s books!

Black Friday – Freebies!

We have (free) audiobooks!

New audiobooks available from ReadLips are as follows (and can be yours for free!)

 

First – review one of our books on Amazon.

Second – copy and paste that review on our facebook page.

Third – tell us which book you’d like to hear on audio.

THAT’S IT!!

The first twenty people to do this between Black Friday 11/29 and Sunday 12/1 – midnight will receive a code to use at audible!

 

New Release

Noreen Lace’s book of short stories, bound to win her some awards, is How to Throw a Psychic a Surprise Party. The book of fiction takes the reader to the metaphysical realm and back again. A little bit of reality, a touch of spirituality, and some questions we all need to read.

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New Releases

Ladies and gentlemen,

Rebecca Brooke who works with ReadLips in Poetic Petal Press designs the books of Poetry. Her experiences with Known as Ash’s Fire and Ash and Bozena Zawickz Neither Innocent or Guilty have produced beautiful results!

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On our end, Eddy, by Noreen Lace has been featured at the Poe Museum. Eddy is a eddy posterfictional account of an actual event in Poe’s life, and as an expert, she delivered a sensitive and intimate portrayal of Edgar Allan Poe experiencing the results of a Laudanum overdose.

 

 

 

 

Our Summer Release of Delphinium is a touching compilation of international poets and delphinium summer 2018writers. We are very fortunate to have such a vast array of artists submitting. Keep it up, loves.

 

 

 

 

 

Our new release is Chris Pellizzari’s Last Night in Granada! We are excited about this book. I, personally, want to run off to Spain for a little romance!

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Keep Reading. Keep Writing. Keep going!

Now Available on Kindle

Delphinium – Summer Edition is now available on Kindle!

At REaDLips we believe our purpose is to give. Profits from the Summer Edition benefit literacy programs. Every time  you buy, you give!

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We are currently accepting submissions for our Winter Edition.

Profits from our Winter Edition will benefit recovery programs.

Up and coming

We have secured the rights to Barlow Adams’ Appalachian Alchemy, due out in September:

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Life is different in Beattyville, Kentucky, a never-was town, one of the poorest in the state. Most people born there, along the shores of the Kentucky River, die on those same banks. For Marshall Merrick, called “Book” by just about everyone he knows, reading is an escape, and a salvation. Beckoned away from his tiny town by the allure of the world he has read about, his desire to escape his circumstances is warred upon by poverty and his obligations to the tribal lifestyle that would label him a traitor for his ambition.

 

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We are actively seeking submissions for a fall issue of Delphinium, due out in September. This is an unthemed issue and we need art, poetry, and fiction. 20170616_225552

As well, we are in need of fiction or nonfictional narratives about recovery for our themed Winter Issue of Delphinium, Joy of Recovery.

Proceeds from Delphinium benefit literacy programs. Proceeds from the Winter issue will benefit recovery programs.

delphin cover3Please give the gift of Delphinium in two ways –

buy it for a friend, and you give to people in need.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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