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The Adventures of Tooten and Ter: A Nose for Trouble

by Chris McCloskey Terrance O’Connell is still teaching Tooten, a small service dog, new tricks. When fate closed the door on Tooten getting into Service Dog Academy, it opened another door to Tooten becoming a Canine Ambassador in the Helping Paws Progam. It also allowed Tooten and Ter to continue helping people find missing items. […]

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Monte Sano Writers’ Conference – “What makes you come ALIVE? Nurture your passion.”

Join author Jamie Dodson on April 5, 2014, at the Monte Sano Writers’ Conference.  Jamie will be presenting two sessions on Novels to Movies, and Historical Fiction at 10:15 a.m. and at 12:45 p.m.  Jamie will be with the conference authors at the book signing from 3:15 to 4:30. You can find out  more info […]

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Huntsville author’s ‘Flying Boats & Spies’ on tap for library’s book club chat

Award-winning author Jamie Dodson joins the discussion of his novel “Flying Boats & Spies” at the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library’s next Author Chat Book Club meeting. “Flying Boats & Spies” will be discussed Nov. 7, at 6 p.m. at Pizzelle’s Confections at Lowe Mill. 2211 Seminole Drive, Railroad Room #4A, in the South Annex. For […]

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Update on Alabama Girls Series

Wanda Vaughn is currently working on her next book in the Alabama Girls series, Birmingham, 1933: Alice. Look for it later this year.

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Two New E-books are Coming

Two e-books will be released in October. Look for an adventure and mystery in Bad News Cruise, the book in Carol Norton’s Locksmith Series. And new author to OnStage Publishing, Chris McCloskey will debut with an unlikely pair of problem solvers in A Nose for Crime, an e-book geared to guys, grade 6 -12.

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October Workshops

October will be a very busy month. Senior Editor Dianne Hamilton and author Darren Butler will lead workshops at the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrator’s (SCBWI) WIK 2013 conference in Birmingham, AL on October 12th. Visit the Southern Breeze website for more information.

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Annie Laura Smith to speak at Huntsville Museum of Art

Catch Annie Laura Smith, author of Bletchley Park, Will Paris Burn, and Saving DaVinci, at the Huntsville Museum of Art on Sunday, August 25th. She will explain how she developed middle-grade and young adult characters who helped with the war effort in their respective countries.

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Huntsville: 1892, Clara, won a bronze medallion in this year’s Moonbeam Awards

We are proud to announce that Wanda Vaughn’s first book, Huntsville: 1892, Clara, won a bronze medallion in this year’s Moonbeam Awards for children’s writing. Presented by Jenkins Group and Independent Publisher magazine, the Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards are designed to bring increased recognition to exemplary children’s books and their creators, and to support childhood […]

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Our first eBook is now available through

Our launch of our first ebook author, Carol Norton, is officially October 1 with her book Too Many Maybes. This will be the first in her Locksmith series, a fun read about two 9th grade girls who manage to look behind the curtains and unravel the mystery. The ebook is for sale for on Smashwords.

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Alabama Girls series makes debut

OnStage Publishing is proud to announce the release of Huntsville, 1892: Clara by Wanda Vaughn. Alabama history is too rich to keep tucked away in textbooks, so the new series, Alabama Girls, will open up exciting adventures centered around high-spirited girls and the cities and events around them.

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Flying Boats and Spies wins 2011 Eric Hoffer Award for Legacy Fiction

OnStage Publishing is very proud to announce that Jamie Dodson’s book, Flying Boats and Spies, A Nick Grant Adventure, has won the 2011 Eric Hoffer Award for Legacy Fiction. Titles in this category are fiction books over two years of age and held particular relevance to any subject matter or art form. Unlike many in the industry, we […]

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NO More Snow!

The southern snow has melted and everyone is back to work. OnStage Publishing is back at work and we hope that this new website will get those creative juices flowing. We have updated our submission guidelines. We will now accept e-mail queries and submissions. Please read those guidelines to know exactly what we expect to […]

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