Welcome to the fall round-up: Book awards, a new website, and a special discount on Sea Crow Press books!
Fall is in full force: the leaves are changing and falling as the trees let go, the temperature dropping, and the daylight shortening. It's raining here and that means it's a good day for writing, introspection, and burrowing into the quiet half of the year. Get comfy, grab a cup of something hot and a warm blanket, and join us for the latest news from Sea Crow Press, where your next great read is already waiting!
Water Music by Marcia Peck has won the Firebird Book Award for Coming of Age Fiction
We especially like where the book awards proceeds go: The Firebird website states: These competitions support women and children in long-term shelters escaping homelessness, domestic violence, and trafficking.
Congratulations Marcia Peck!
Thirst by K.L. Barron has won the Coffin Memorial Book Award for Fiction
Designed by people who love books for people who love books. Discover our new look and take advantage of the 20% discount on our titles, including the two award winners! Use the code FALL20 at checkout.
We recommend: three books for a spooky fall read
While there is a mystery at the heart of each of these books, they vary in fright factor.
Macabre Trophies, from our imprint Dark Waters Books, is truly terrifying. Think serial killer thriller.
Ronnie Willow is aimed at a YA audience but will also appeal to adults. Think adventurous teen slooth solves decades-old crime.
Wash Ashore is sure to satisfy those fall cozy mystery cravings with its haunted house and very involved black cat.
Each book is set on Cape Cod.