Saturday, October 8, 2011

Remain In Light reviews & updates

Remain In Light is selling steadily at Amazon and Smashwords and reviews are starting to come in. The best so far is by Jason Pettus at the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography.

Great as a standalone book, or even better as part two of a grander whole, this is the rare sequel that easily outperforms its predecessor in just about any way you can name, and it comes with a highly enthusiastic recommendation.

You can read the entire review at this link.  

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Like the Dew published my article on authors and eBooks, where I got to talk about the "digital first" release of Remain In Light and interview Tayari Jones, Jessica Handler, Grant Jerkins and Man Martin about their eBook adventures. You can read it at this link.

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If you follow me on Facebook, you might have noticed my note on the one star review Remain In Light received at Amazon from some nutbag upset over my dislike for Tori Amos' latest album. Yes, very random and crazy. Amazon removed the review because it violated all their terms, but being called a "pseudo-intellectual literary snob" who writes "borderline didactic claptrap" was a hoot. In the few hours the review was up, I sold 9 books at Amazon.

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There's a great article in Atlanta INtown about Remain In Light. You can read it at this link.

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Lisa Graves featured Remain In Light on her Indie Book review blog at this link.


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Fellow author Rochelle Weber interviewed me at her blog at this link.

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If you're reading Remain In Light, please consider posting a review at Amazon, Smashwords or on Goodreads. Add the book to your "To Read" list on Goodreads and suggest it to your followers. All of these little things helps put the novel before more potential readers.Thanks again to everyone for their support for while I shameless self-promote.

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