The Terminal Diner is featured today on The Electronic Text & Literature Cloud. According to the site, it’s mission is to help readers “discover the work of independent (indie) authors. The majority of writing on this cloud is available in a digitalized format, which provides indies a viable medium to distribute their work. Our focus is self-published material since we believe it remains closer to the “vision” of the writer than work reshaped by publishers with “elusive” marketing goals.”
The site’s host, Kenneth Wayne, is also an indie author. Check out his books Clip or An American Branch. Both are available in digital format from Amazon and Smashwords.
Read submissions info HERE.
Today Indie writer Katrina Parker Williams interviews me about my new novel The Terminal Diner on her blog Trouble Down South and Other Stories, which also happens to be the title of her book of Southern short stories. I’ve always been a big fan of Southern writing, and Williams’s stories such as Rock, featured here at the diner in April, prove she is a great addition to the genre.
Today I’m interviewed at the blog by Sue Owen. You can read the interview here. It includes a sneak preview of my new novel coming this month, The Terminal Diner.
This interview and yesterday’s at Get Jack’d are part of a weekly effort sponsored by Indie Writers Unite!
I’m delighted to announce that 3/17 is featured today on indiebookslist, a blog whose motto is “Dedicated to promoting Indie (and not so Indie) authors and their work, one excerpt at a time.”
The blog’s format includes a synopsis of the book, where to buy it and an excerpt. Mine includes the prologue to 3/17. You can read another sample from the book here.
REMINDER: 3/17 is sale priced at 99¢ (that’s also 70p/euro 0,99) through May 31. A great buy for an Amazon Top 100 bestseller!