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Coming soon at Editions Dedicaces: « Volunteers for the Black Death », by Thierry Rollet

ISBN : 978-1-00000-000-0
Format : — pages, 5.5 x 8.5 inches
Interior Ink : Black & white
Binding : Perfect-bound Paperback

« Volunteers for the Black Death »: The story takes place in nineteenth-century India, during the Anglo-Sikh War. The survivors of a Sikh tribe that was decimated by the English decide to take revenge by making themselves prisoners, because they carry the germs of a horrible disease, transmitted by a mysterious demonic entity which they adore… (Winner of the Festival de Gérardmer prize in 1990).

“Slaves to the Light”: The story takes place in our time. A group of composers of electronic music gains success by giving concerts using their invention, which was emitted by a strange source of light that has been discovered by one of the musicians. But this light is a living entitty, and ends up possessing him….

In this book, Thierry Rollet shares seven fantastic new short stories with us. From beginning to end, the suspense will keep you on your toes!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Born in Remiremont (France) in 1960, Thierry Rollet has devoted himself to literature since the age of 15. Associate to Gens de Lettres de France. He published his first book at age 21 and is now at his 38th published book. First a teacher, he founded in 1999 the Scribo company, which handles the distribution of books, literary advice to authors wanting to be published, training in French / English and a writing workshop.

Thierry Rollet has published novels, collections of short stories, historical accounts, and many novels in magazines and on the Internet.

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The author Imoh Son of David got an interview on Chicago’s Black Business Radio Network

Son of DavidThe Nigerian author Imoh Son of David has been interviewed on Chicago’s Black Business Radio Network, today at 11 am CST (Chicago time). Imoh “Son of David” is the author of the book entitled “The Ultimate Curse On Mankind“, published at Editions Dedicaces. Once dubbed by a local blogger in his home country “the Bertrand Russell of Africa”, Imoh is an artist and a publisher of a local entertainment magazine in his Home country Nigeria. A lover of science, Imoh is an outspoken activist and a humanist who has engaged countless times in debates, speech and writings against organized religion, superstitions, bad politics and brings deep argument and philosophy into social issues. As an artist and a writer, he appreciates the aesthetics and intellectual pursuit.

Imoh Son of David was interviewed by Ms. Sonja Cassandra Perdue, Executive Producer of Chicago’s Black Business Radio Network.

Chicago’s Black Business Network (CBBN) exists to initiate a grass roots business-to-business service designed to assist the individual business owner in his/her efforts to reach the next level of service and growth in the market place. CBBN will connect person-to-person and business-to-business by opening doors across the land for the enhancement of relationships not just forged but brought forth to operate at a higher level of performance because of that particular connection. They are a Chicago based business broadcast network that has been online since 2009 with 200 plus broadcasts in their archives (Market Chicago based – African-American businesses owners and professionals, ages 35 to 65).

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The author Carol Margaret Tetlow got an interview on Chicago’s Black Business Radio Network

56093The author Carol Margaret Tetlow has been interviewed on Chicago’s Black Business Radio Network, today at 11 am CST (Chicago time). Having recently retired from general practice, Carol Margaret Tetlow now spends her time writing. Faith Hope and Clarity is the second novel in a series of four, all based in the same medical practice and following on from her first novel, Out of Practice. She lives in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales with eleven donkeys, two ponies, four labradors, two cats and one very long suffering husband.

Carol shares with us that, “Last summer I retired from working as a doctor in family medicine and just before then, I was lucky enough to have my first novel published, followed by the second in February of this year. My novels are about life, people, medicine and romance. They’re easy reading with good story lines and believable characters. I love to write but when I’m not doing so, I have a busy life full of donkeys, ponies, dogs, cats and tennis.”

Chicago’s Black Business Network (CBBN) exists to initiate a grass roots business-to-business service designed to assist the individual business owner in his/her efforts to reach the next level of service and growth in the market place. CBBN will connect person-to-person and business-to-business by opening doors across the land for the enhancement of relationships not just forged but brought forth to operate at a higher level of performance because of that particular connection. They are a Chicago based business broadcast network that has been online since 2009 with 200 plus broadcasts in their archives (Market Chicago based – African-American businesses owners and professionals, ages 35 to 65).

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