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Down & Out Books Signs Susan Wingate's Latest Domestic Thriller

By: PRLog

Susan Wingate's latest domestic thriller novel gets picked up by Down & Out books

FRIDAY HARBOR, Wash. - Sept. 21, 2021 - PRLog -- Founded in 2011, Down & Out Books started their publishing house by concentrating on literary and crime fiction. With Eric Campbell, the founder and executive director, and Lance Wright, the associate editor and marketing guru, Down & Out Books is a publishing force to be reckoned with. They are headquartered in Florida.

Asked what this publishing deal means, Susan Wingate said, "These guys are top-notch. Eric and Lance focus on creating bestsellers and award-winners. I couldn't be happier."

With a release date out to late 2022, the author and publisher intend on casting a wide marketing net via regional and national exposure with an emphasis on virtual chats, readings, conferences, and other venues.

Susan Wingate is the seven-time award-winning of How the Deer Moon Hungers (July 2020) and eleven other titles including The Bobby's Diner series. She writes about big trouble in small towns and lives with her husband on an island off the coast of Washington State where, against State laws, she feeds the wildlife because she desperately wants them to follow her. Her ukulele playing is (as her Sitto used to say) coming along.
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