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authonomy to publish 4th book

Posted by inkpop on February 15, 2010

authonomy.com, the “brother” site to inkpop.com, announced February 15 that it plans to publish a fourth book, Someone to Love Us: Two Brothers. Alone in the World. A Fight to Survive by Terence O’Neill.

Originally titled Never Again on authonomy, the biography tells the true story of the author’s integral part in the trial that inspired Agatha Christie’s play The Mousetrap. It was purchased by Harper Element (a HarperCollins imprint) shortly before Christmas and will be published in March 2010.

authonomy also announced on February 15 that it has discovered a fifth book to publish; more details will be shared once a publishing contract is signed.

Like inkpop, authonomy is a HarperCollins-produced community site for writers, readers, and publishers, with the goal of offering book deals to the best literary works. inkpop focuses on teen lit, and authonomy targets an audience of adults.

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3 Responses to “authonomy to publish 4th book”

  1. Tabatha Vargo said

    Oh my gosh! That is so exciting! I can’t wait until someone on inkpop gets published as well.

  2. Kate Grace said

    The inclusion of the mysterious fifth book is a bit cruel, guys. Ha! Put us out of our misery!

  3. Salms said

    Cant wait. I really do hope that someone from inkpop does get published soon, and not the same people, because there are alot of good stories out there, people just need to stop being lazy and look 🙂

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