I have some exciting news to share.
Indie authors, Claudette Melanson @Bella623 and K.K. Allen @KKAllen_Author have graciously included me with them and 27 other Indie Authors on their summer give-a-way promotion (see link below for the various authors and prizes and to sign up for your chance to win!).
Scorching Author Summer Giveaway! 30 Authors/69 prizes. https://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/2703c98f20/
Recently, I was approached by JD Kaplan (author of The Scary Girls) for his first-ever interview to be posted on his blog. Needless to say, it was a tremendous honor to be selected out of the many talented authors out there.
Check out his questions–and my answers–at the following link. http://onthedreamside.blogspot.com/2015/04/music-history-and-creative-process.html
Both JD and his wife, Em are very busy people–and both Indie Authors! I had the pleasure of reading/reviewing their books (my reviews for both are listed below).
Along with an updated cover for the book–to include critical acclaim–the old JukeboxAlive link no longer functions, so I’ve created a SoundCloud link for you to access the music until the link on the home page is fixed.
I apologize for the inconvenience.
Thrilling News! – The Rehoboth Beach Writer’s Guild has sent me a message of welcome and will soon honor me with profile placed among their group of distinguished and award-winning local authors of lower Delaware. I can’t tell you how excited I am to be associated with such a wonderful group of talented writers, bloggers, and novelists. I will have the privilege of meeting some of them next week at an annual get together……
What an action-packed month!
First, I received word from the Windsor Historical Society that I my entry in the 2014 Significant Objects Writing Contest won first place!
(See page 7 of the Ludlow Register)
Second, I have a book signing scheduled on Saturday, December 20th,2014 from noon ‘til 6 p.m. at the Bookmark It! in the Enfield Mall in Connecticut……
While I have nothing new on the book-signing front, I received some surprising news earlier this week.
The Windsor Historical Society in Connecticut ran a “Significant Objects Writing Contest” from which they received nearly 40 submissions. They’ve whittled down the five finalists and posted them on their facebook page.
And as you may have already guessed, they informed me that my submission was one of those five. And here it is…
Windsor native Archibald Cummings, along with his…..
The end of summer doesn’t mean we have to end our fun! I was so thrilled, excited, and honored to have so many people at my first book signing, the experience was something I shall always cherish. It encouraged me to go out into the local area to see about doing more of them, to meet more readers hungry for something on the original side of History, Mystery, and Music. I believe, The Composer’s Legacy delivers what the…..
We had a wonderful time at the book signing! The folks at Hubbard Memorial Library were incredible!
I’m currently working with the Hadley and Holyoke Barnes & Noble stores to schedule future book signings.
More to follow as soon as I finalize the details.