Saturday, October 22nd (tomorrow), I’m going to be in Durbin, WV, doing a Meet & Greet at the Durbin Community Library! Come on by at 2:00 pm and let’s hang out. I’ll have copies of Unknowing, I Sink to sell and sign. I haven’t been able to get restocked on my other books, though, having sold out of all my copies recently at the West Virginia Library Association Fall Conference. If you already own any of my books that need signing, by all means bring them by.
Sorry for the late notice—I sort of lost track of which week it was. What happened to October? This is the best month, and for some reason this year it seems awfully short.
If you went to this month’s Writers Can Read open mic night in Huntington expecting to see me, I’m really sorry to have disappointed you. That morning, I got hit with a nasty stomach virus. I will work with Carter to get rescheduled for another month. I hope all the best to those who went and shared their words. I’m bummed I missed out on all that fun.
It took me a few days, but I finally got my strength back after that stomach bug (though now I’m battling a minor cough, but not sure if it’s allergies or what—I tested negative for COVID this morning). So I’m definitely on board for the Canal Town Book Fest happening on the 27th and 28th in Dover, Ohio!
Click here to make sure you get all the details, but the short story is that there is an Opening Night Ceremony on Friday evening, 6:00pm, at the Dover Public Library, with a guitar performance by Bill Hall and an interview with featured author Julie Anne Lindsey. Then on Saturday, in connection with the Canal Days Festival, come meet authors and buy books at the author fair set up from 10:00am to 3:00pm at the corner of Wooster Ave and 3rd St.
Happy Thanksgiving! I’m thankful for all the people who have bought Little Oneso far, as I woke up to find it #1 in my genre categories, and #84 overall in the Kindle Store! (this ranking will fluctuate depending on sustained sales, so it may be different when this posts). Getting into the Kindle Top 100 is a first for me! I’m so happy and grateful for readers. I’m also grateful for my Mom and Dad coming over, hunting with Dad, my awesome wife Emily, and a whole lot of other things. Happy holidays everyone!
Little One is doing well today, thanks to a BookBub promo and Kindle Countdown deal of 0.99! I’m up to #2 in the Ghost Fiction category, hanging out up there with my friend Scott Nicholson; get his Solomseries at an awesome deal—99 cents for three whole books, you can’t beat that deal.
Catch me Friday (Oct. 5) during the Mountain State Forest Festival! The Elkins-Randolph County Public Library is hosting the MSFF Author Fair from 10am to 5pm. Come meet West Virginia authors and buy our books. I’ll be waiting for you.
Photo taken from the Elkins-Randolph County Library Facebook Page.
Read my new short story, “Fischer’s Mouth” in the new issue of Hinnom Magazine
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