So reads the byline from the September 12 Holland-Springfield Journal. If you’re interested, you can read the article by copying and pasting the link below in your browser.
I want to thank Jane Welch-Maiolo for the time she took in interviewing me and for the article she wrote about An Extraordinary Year. If people don’t know your book is out there, how can they know to look for it? Jane’s article helps get the word out in a little wider community than I have access to on my own, and I surely appreciate her efforts.
If you haven’t read Ragged Road, I hope you will. It’s now in the St. Luke’s Gift Shop and it is also at Gathering Volumes, an independent bookstore located at 196 East South Boundary in Perrysburg. Check in with the owner, Denise Phillips, and she can direct you to the Local Authors section. Denise has a goal of not only saving the independent bookstore and making it into a local gathering place, but of supporting multiple art forms. The website is listed below.
Peace to you and yours.