The DFWWW Book Train

We have a book train here at DFW Writers’ Workshop, and it runs nonstop. There are books rolling out of the station and onto the shelves as we speak, and many more en route.

Here’s the upcoming schedule for everyone who has finished their summer reads and are ready for the next batch of book babies to take home with them…

HaxanNovelMember Kenneth Mark Hoover’s latest novel, Haxan, has been released by ChiZine Publications and Harper Collins. Booklist described it as a “mixture of western and urban fantasy with a cold, moody atmosphere…”

Kenneth was recently interviewed by My Bookish Ways on the heels of Haxan’s release, and it’s a great Q&A for writers and readers alike.


Member Harry Hall’s book, The Pedestriennes, America's Forgotten Superstars, which placed in the 2012 Mayborn Literary Contest, is available for preorder. The book uncovers America’s original pastime before baseball – professional endurance walking – a sport that garnered crowds, media attention, and its fair share of controversy.

In anticipation of the book’s arrival, Dallas Morning News featured an interview with Harry on their runner’s blog.

And finally, though we have some time to wait, member Melissa Lenhardt just sold her mystery, Stillwater, to Skyhorse Publishing.  We look forward to its arrival.

So, there you are.  All aboard and buckle up.  We invite you to join us and read us, because we're certain there's no better book train to be on than ours.

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