Released today!

Fran Orenstein has a new book which is releasing today.  One Amber too Many is now available.   The synopsis is below as well as a picture of the cover.

Gillian Sandler’s parents are divorced, and Gilly is determined to get rid of her father’s girlfriend. Every plan backfires until Gilly finally learns that it might not be such a terrible thing to have a stepmother named Amber. Filled with humor and realism, One Amber Too Many will resonate with kids as an adventure into the mind of a nine-year-old desperate to put her family back together.  Available on-line in paperback, and ebook in kindle and nook formats. See more about this book athttp://www.franorenstein.com/

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Indie authors Facebook Page

Yesterday a dear friend and author came up with a great idea.  It is a page for independent authors on Facebook.  Check out the page at this address: 

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Indie-Authors/376923009089301?fref=ts

Not only is it a place for you to get free publicity but to get your readers to check out all of your books as well as other independent author books.

The Latest from Fran Orenstein

Gaia’s Gift is the focus on Missy Davis‘s website www.daenira.wordpress.com. Come over and visit every day for a different posting. Today is a review, then there will be two chapters…well, you get the idea. Comment and you might be the winner of an E-book of Gaia’s Gift.
This is week, Gaia's Gift is the focus on @[100000108349291:2048:Missy Davis]'s website www.daenira.wordpress.com.  Come over and visit every day for a different posting. Today is a review, then there will be two chapters...well, you get the idea. Comment and you  might be the winner of an Ebook of Gaia's Gift.

Fran and her works memorialized in painting

To everyone in the Tampa Bay, Florida area: A poster of all the book covers and a bio of author and poet Fran Orenstein will be part of an art exhibit of the National League of American Pen Women, Tampa Chapter at the Carollwood Cultural Center, 4537 Lowell Rd (off Fletcher Ave past Dale Mabry) in Tampa during the month of March. The opening event is Friday, March 8th from 5-7 at the Cultural Center. Featured, are artists in many medias, including award-winning miniature painters. For further information the Center’s phone number is 813-269-1310.

You have all month to check out this great exhibit and see Frans book covers and find out more about her at the same time.

Fran is the Guest Blogger

Fran Orenstein is the guest on Missy Davis’s blog at http://www.daenira.wordpress.com. during the week of March 11th. The focus is on Fran’s life as a writer, but since March is Women’s History Month, there will also be some questions about the women who have inspired her. Missy Davis is also posting a review for Gaia’s Gift for March 11th, with an excerpt from the book. Again, Missy’s blog is at daenira.wordpress.com. There will be a surprise rafflecopter give-away to those who comment.

Get to this page and check it out starting March 11.  Leave a comment and you could win.  Don’t delay get there on March 11.

New for March from Fran Orenstein

Check out the latest on Fran Orenstein’s Blog page.

It’s March 2013 and author and artist, Chris Coad Taylor’s blog is posted on Fran Orenstein’s website. Did you know that a book cover can make or break the book? Find out all about covers from a cover and book trailer artist. Oh, and she’s offering two prizes in the drawing if you leave a comment and your email addy. You’ll love the prizes. Go to www.franorenstein.com and click on the new blog link at the top. P.S. It’s Fran’s new website addy, too. Please share, like and do whatever it is to promote this blog tour for 2013 on everything to do with writing and publishing.

New Book Being Edited

I have just received a new book for editing and publication.  If you grew up in the 60’s and 70’s or are just curious about what your parents did when they were growing up then this book is going to be for you.  It should be available sometime in April.  You will be kept up on the actual release date but definitely put it on your list of books to read.  Part real life story and part fiction it is going to be a wild ride through a turbulent time in this countries history.