Category: Book Signings

REMEMBER THE ALAMO! THE RUNAWAY SCRAPE!


On February 23rd, 1836, a large Mexican force totaling near 6,000 men commanded by General Santa Anna started a siege of the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas. The Texians held out for thirteen days. At four o’clock in the morning on March 6, the Mexican forces began to attack the Alamo and didn’t stop with

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NEW BOX SETS AVAILABLE FROM SIDNEY ST. JAMES


Sidney St. James Releases New Box Sets International Best Selling Author The Faith Chronicles are an anthology of Christian based novels and true stories associated with Texas History and the Runaway Scrape and the First Woman Ordained in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. All novels are available separately (see below) or bought in box sets to

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BeeBop Publishing for the First Time Bundles James’ First Three Novels in the FAITH CHRONICLES


BeeBop Publishing Group (US) and BeeBop Publishing International (UK, Sweden and Germany) are proud to release Sidney St. James first three novels in his paranormal romance series, The Storm Lord Trilogy. The books are available from your favorite retail establishment and are now available in a package set at 30% off the total price. Now

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FEBRUARY 2020 is Book Promotion Month


BeeBop Publishing Group is proud to announce that certain novels by Sidney St. James has been added to a group of New York Times Best Selling Authors and USA Today Best Selling Authors. In these special promotions, you will find James’ novels and others, some being given away and others at a 99 cent special

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BOOK ONE OF THE WHODUNNIT SERIES TO BE RELEASED ON VALENTINES DAY – Murder in Horseshoe Bay – Death Comes Quietly


There will be seven books, already in the works, for the new series by James, The WHODUNNIT SERIES. Over the past many novels written by the author, James has discovered what it takes for a good mystery book, one that is a page turner and one of which the clues don’t come together until the

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