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#WOTS: 11D Press will be at the Word On The Street Festival Toronto!

11D Press is very excited to be participating in this year’s Word On The Street Festival in Toronto!

The #WOTS festival will take place Sunday, September 25th at the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto (click here for a map) from 11am to 6pm.

The festival is free to all so come on out!

11D Press at #WOTS

11th Dimension Press is exhibitor #526.  You’ll find our booth in zone 1 right next to the Queen’s Quay Terminal.

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Meet 11D Authors

While you visit the 11D booth you’ll have the opportunity to meet a number of our premier authors…

Rita Smith

Author of Two Tears and Rita Writes will be there sharing her brand new novel, the sequel to Two Tears, entitled Tears of Joy.

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D.J. Murphy

Author of the Samantha McTaggart and the Fellowship of Travellers, Volumes 1 and 2.

All our titles will be on display and on sale…

11D Press will have plenty of copies of all our titles including our most recent release, our Rock Is Not Dead project and Rita Smith’s latest, Tears of Joy!

We’ll be able to take payments in cash or by credit card!

We are very excited about this event and can’t wait to see you there!

NOW IN PAPERBACK: TWO TEARS by Rita Smith

In anticipation of the release of its sequeal, 11th Dimension Press is proud to announce the release of the paperback edition of Rita Smith’s debut novel, TWO TEARS…

 

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Fiona’s head was spinning. The sudden illness, bombshell confession, and subsequent death of her beloved husband Bob left Fiona struggling to carry on. She couldn’t stand to be in the company of anyone. She couldn’t stand to be alone. Fiona longed to get away and, deep in her heart of hearts, she longed for a second chance at life. In the days following Bob’s funeral, Fiona found the opportunity she was looking for: tickets for the cruise she and Bob had booked in the weeks before he took ill. Her family disapproved, but Fiona was steadfast. She would travel alone on the cruise she planned to take with her husband. The cruise would prove to be a fateful journey. On the cruise Fiona met June, another solo traveler who, like Fiona, grew up in the U.K. and, much to Fiona’s delight, shared many of the life experiences that Fiona herself cherished. Over their evening meals, midnight coffees, and explorations into the world’s most exotic ports of call the pair became fast friends. All the while a nagging suspicion blossoms into a full-blown mystery as the uncanny parallels between June’s life and Fiona’s own life continue to emerge. The realization that at which Fiona eventually arrives is one that will resolve conflicts in her past, change forever her perspective on the love and life she shared with her husband, and bring Fiona the consolation she so desperately craves, the consolation she needs to carry her into her next chapter of life. Two Tears is a fictitious story of love and friendship wrapped up in the personal history of its author. It’s a journey through history and, at the same time, it’s a journey through a diverse landscape of emotions and foreign lands.

#RIND CONTRIBUTOR: Introducing J.J. Hernandez and Jelena Djordjevic

11th Dimension Press is lucky to have so many amazing artist contributing to the forthcoming ROCK IS NOT DEAD (#RIND) project including…

J.J. Hernandez

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JJ Hernandez is an comic book writer and artist. JJ has published short fiction in the 2014 comic anthology Twisted Christmas, published by It’s Like that Studios and the third issue of the web magazine Crab Fat. He is also the illustrator and co-plotter of the webcomic ReWrite which you can read at rewritecomic.tumblr.com You can also check out his portfolio at jj422.deviantart.com and on facebook.

Jelena Djordjevic

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Comic book artist and illustrator from Serbia. Co-creator of recently published comic book series The Pros.

11th Dimension Press—a relatively new independent publishing concern based in the Niagara Region of Ontario, Canada—is getting ready to release an anthology of short stories inspired by ‘Rock’ music.  The plan for the Rock Is Not Dead (#RIND) project is to build a multi-dimensional multi-media project that engages artists of all kinds, authors, graphic artists, and musicians.  The anthology will include a series of written-word short stories; a series of graphic-based, or comic, short stories; and a soundtrack including all the songs that inspired the short stories.