We recently published two new Nick Caldwell novels, Dead Crowe and A Christmas Project, by Wm. Sharpe, and we are working on a story line for a seventh Caldwell novel, scheduled for late summer or early fall publication.
We also are working on our first book of stories about the Ancient Order of Celtic BearhounDs. Titled BearhounD Tales, it is designed for parents to read to young children, older children to read on their own, and it will have available separately a coloring book featuring all the dogs included in Tales.
We also want to recommend books by one of our favorite St. Louis writers M. Catherine Bunton. Her works include Rest & Re-creation, Book of Sweets, and Yours Truly for adults and her many books in juvenile literature. Readers will enjoy the Star Girl series and books highlighting people and places that make up St. Louis and its history. Coming soon will be Back Seat Buddies, a collection of short stories for children, as told by some of her most endearing characters.
UPDATE. This edition of BH7 introduces a local writer and her first novel, set in 19th century England. Since many novels of the era were first published in serial form, we will be publishing at least some of this novel in serial format before it is released in book form. The sixth installment of White Roses and Iron, the Gothic Adventures of Lily Schreiff by Barbara Neuhaus can be found on our Publications page.
Be sure to follow us on our podcasts, Uncommon Sense Radio 3.0 and Novel Approach. And we think our long-awaited podcast, hosted by BearhounDs Baron and Ruby, may be coming soon. These two, who are regulars in the Nick Caldwell novels, should have a lot of interesting things to share with us. Subscribe to the podcasts so you don’t miss out on story telling at BearhounD7 ProductionS.