There isn’t a whole lot to comment on right now. We have new business cards as you can see above. As I said in the last post, we’re working hard on raising awareness ahead of the June 1 release of the print edition. If you haven’t had a chance yet be sure to check out the review that was written by TheNovelReviewer. It is a very fair review of our book. You can find the review at http://www.thenovelreviewer.com/2013/03/31/thenovelreviewer-reviews-crumbling-walls-by-laura-strandt/. One of his readers was nice enough to comment as well with her own review. So far, I can’t be anything but happy with the reactions we’ve been getting from our readers.
The author, Laura, and I will be working on setting up signings events in the respective areas in which we live. In other words I’ll be setting stuff up here in Lancaster, PA and she will be working on the Detroit area.If you happen to be a reader in another part of the country and would like to see us come to your area please contact me at email@example.com and I’ll see what I can do. Until you guys make this a big success Laura and I both have to work day jobs 🙂 With some luck and help from all of you, we may get to a point where we can devote our time to what we both love… writing and publishing books.
On another note, like everyone else in this country, our thoughts and prayers go out to the city of Boston and everyone affected by the bombing. Hopefully as authorities investigate they will be able to give us an explanation as to why this took place. I also believe it is important to remember that there are people in other countries who live in fear of these types of bombings on a daily basis. It serves as a reminder of how far we have to go as humanity in learning to love and accept each other so that we can someday live in peace despite our differences. I hope ever to see that day. Until then, be safe everyone and remember to love thy neighbor.