Winners named in "Year's Best Dog Stories" contest

Twenty-seven writers from twelve states and four countries have been honored with inclusion in the forthcoming book-length anthology, The Year’s Best Dog Stories 2021. The new anthology is a joint project of Secant Publishing in Salisbury and The Greyhound – An Indie Bookstore, in Berlin, Maryland. The book will be available on all major retail channels. It can be ordered online from Secant Publishing at or purchased in-store at The Greyhound, which will host an October 23 launch and signing from 11 am - 2 pm. The all-original stories in the new book run the gamut from humor to tragedy,...

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A twist on Delaware history from Lewes author

Experience turn-of-the-last-century Lewes in a way you've never imagined. Some of it is true - and the rest of it might be. Who's to say for sure? Lewes rocket scientist and science fiction author Jack Clemons gives us a Wild West thriller with an alternate history twist in The Outliers. Taking advantage of known gaps in the historical record, he imagines a familiar cast of characters transplanted to the East Coast, with a breakwater construction project underway and federal funds flowing into a sleepy town. A visiting U.S. marshal and a charming ne'er do well are mysteriously at loggerheads with each other, with an innocent Nanticoke Indian youth named Sonny...

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Easton author narrates his award-winning novel

William Peak, known as the "Library Guy" for his many years of directing communications for the Talbot County Free Library, has narrated his own award-winning historical novel, The Oblate's Confession.

Professionally edited and produced by a sound engineer, the unabridged script comes in at 14 hours 19 minutes. It is available on multiple platforms including Authors Direct.

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Internet conspiracy book debuts in Berlin on June 5

Eastern Shore journalist and podcaster Tony Russo will read and sign copies of his new book, Dragged Into the Light, at the book’s launch event from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, June 5 at The Greyhound Bookstore in Berlin. 

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English author writes first biography of Eastern Shore settler

The Henry Bagwell Story is the first biography of an important early settler of the Eastern Shore of Virginia, by a first-time British author.

The book began as a personal genealogy quest by Margaret A. Rice, who set out to explore her Elizabethan-era merchant ancestors in Devon.

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