We’re back (really, really back!) with Byte-Size Blair, our weekly wrap-up of all things social media. If you’re not already following us on
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When our social media manager got back from vacation, she was overwhelmed by everything our authors and our distributed lines had been up to while she was away. Below are our five favorite attempts at catching up.
1. In a miniature version of Byte-Size (Bit-Size?), we posted about
Jeremy B. Jones‘ cross-country book tour, new reviews for , and an Eno Publishers author’s appearance in the pages of the So You Think You Know Gettysburg? Volume 2 Paris Review. Read all about it on Tumblr.
2. Also on Tumblr, Ted M. Dunagan and
were The Salvation of Miss Lucretia reviewed in Did you know Dunagan has won three Georgia Author of the Year awards? Southern Literary Review.
a friendly reminder that Blair, our beloved boss Carolyn, and Jeremy B. Jones will all be making appearances at the Bookmarks Festival in September.
4. We happened to stumble across
this great photo of Old New Orleans, a photo that’s featured in one of the spooky stories in Randy Russell’s upcoming collection, . The Ghost Will See You Now
and its author John Pritchard got some love in Sailing to Alluvium a recent review for . Chapter 16
And speaking of summer vacations, Blair pet Carmen looks like she’s enjoying hers.
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