at Vromans in Pasadena at 2pm
It’s true! The printed book (hardcover & paperback editions) as well as the eBook, art pieces and T-shirts are now all available online at the newly rebuilt TaleSpinsBooks.com
Know any readers who like a little dark twisted humor in their stories? How about a gift of TaleSpins? Check it out!
Hope you like it!
TaleSpins is on shelf at Vroman’s Pasadena and now also available online through their site! Click the photo for the link! Yay!!!!
Here I am at my first-ever book fair. Thankfully, I wasn’t sitting alone like that all day. In fact, there was quite a bit of interest. I made a bunch of book sales and made some great contacts. The exposure and learning experience were priceless! Thanks to everyone who braved the heat and stopped by!
About a year ago, I decided to create a Kickstarter campaign to turn my eBook stories into a printed trilogy. I spent months designing the campaign, which launched in late September 2012. It funded in a couple of weeks . . . then the real work began.
About an hour ago, a truck pulled up and delivered the culmination of all that work: a modest initial run of 200 hardcover and 200 paperback editions of TaleSpins.
As happy as I am, I can’t help but fall into the familiar, cyclical feeling: now the real work begins. Thanks to everyone who helped make this happen.
Been a crazy few weeks, but it’s all coming together. The book order is on schedule, and hardcovers and paperbacks will arrive next week. After giving Kickstarter backers their rewards, TaleSpins will launch on May 11th at the 2nd annual LitFest Pasadena. I was thrilled to discover this event in my newly re-adopted hometown, and even moreso to have been able to secure an exhibitor booth.
Should be fun. Hope to see you there!
I’ve decided to rewrite the comic version of 8: The Untold Story so it’s not such a (rhyming) re-hash of the book. Here’s a page example. The rest of Act 1 can be found on the updated comic page.