Great news, we got confirmation that “THE HAND” will be included in the March 9, 2015 Issue of the Publisher’s Weekly Magazine.
Got confirmation that “The Hand” will be at the upcoming Tucson Festival of Books
When: March 14-15, 2015
Where: University of Arizona Campus | University of Arizona Mall | Tucson, AZ 85721
Thank you for joining us at the Tucson Festival of Books held on the University of Arizona campus in Tucson, Ariz. A literary oasis for book lovers and authors alike, the Tucson Festival of Books welcomes authors representing a wide variety of genres including fiction, nonfiction, children’s fiction, cooking, and poetry. With more than 100,000 potential readers in attendance, this is an excellent opportunity to exhibit and promote your book during your one-hour book signing.
Event website: http://tucsonfestivalofbooks.org/
Please note the Author Solutions Book Gallery will be located at Booth #178. The Author Solutions booth is located just north of the food court.
Please note The Hand will be displayed with Author Solutions, LLC
Publisher Weekly Impression banner for The Hand. Publishers Weekly (PW:www.publishersweekly.com) is an American weekly trade news magazine targeted at publishers, librarians, booksellers and literary agents.
Great news, check out the gold seal of excellence added to the book cover (based of the positive feedback by the US Book Review). The Press Release has already been sent to newspapers, radio stations, magazines and television stations. The Press Release has been distributed over the newswire to over 30,000 opt-in journalists and bloggers.
Please click on the link below to view your recently distributed press release.
Ask for the book in your local library (public or school).
I read the book to a group of teens, at a youth ministry event for a local church. The teens had a church sponsored sleepover at a local hotel. The hotel allowed me to read the book in the center section of the Hotel – others in the hotel, stood and sat along the banisters to listen to the book. Afterwards, they asked where to buy the book.
The Teens enjoyed the story. The big question was “where is the Hand is now?” All I can say is “You need to contact the Camp Ground with this question.” They are already asking about a sequel.
Reading the story to a group of 13 and over, is a good way to share the story i.e. teen events, camping, youth ministry, book clubs, etc.
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“The Hand” is getting good reviews. It is now available on: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Abebooks, Book Depository, Kobo, Indigo, Alibris, Google Play, IndieBound and Trafford Publishing .
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Please provide your feedback, i am in the process of deciding if a squeal will be written.
see fun / interesting link below:
The link below (bottom of this post) was shared about the area close to where the hand incident took place.
Hueston Woods was named after Matthew Hueston who was awarded the land for his military services. He & his family preserved more than 200 acres of this forested area. His land was aquired by the state of Ohio in 1947. The land was cleared & the 625 acre lake was constructed by a chain gang of honor status prison inmates,
Rumor has it that these imates were treated very badly & that there may have been deaths as a result. The prison camp now serves as the park administration offices & nature center.
The Adena Indians (mound biulders) also lived in this area in 500 B.C. – 400 A.D. & built several ceremonial mounds there. after the Adena indians disappeared, the Miami natives settled in & started a trading post & village on what is now park grounds.
It’s said that if you watch closely, you will see flashing lights that are not fireflies, but may actually be the torches of Chief Little Turtle’s warriors. Rumor has it that the kitchen area & parts of the lodge are also haunted.
For mor information, visit: http://sos-paranormalinvestigations.weebly.com/haunted-ohio.html