I am happy to announce that Love, Bill was just named a Finalist in both First Nonfiction and Memoir categories: 2017 Independent Author Network Book of the Year Awards.
Tomorrow is the last day to enter the Goodreads Giveaway to win a signed hardcover copy of Love, Bill. Good Luck! Here’s the link:
You have until October 12th to register to win a signed hardcover copy of Love, Bill on Goodreads. Good luck! The link is:
If you missed the last Goodreads Giveaway, here’s your chance to win a signed hardcover edition of Love, Bill. The giveaway will run from October 3-12. I will post the link as soon as I get it. Stay tuned and good luck!
What a nice surprise! While reading through my grad school alma mater’s (George Washington University) fall newsletter, I noticed that Love, Bill was featured in the “Bookshelves” section. Happy to be included among the other alum authors.
My podcast interview titled, “The Unbreakable Bond Between a Father and Daughter”
on TheTimelessFamily.com may now be accessed through any of the below links:
Direct Listen Links
Show notes page: https://thetimelessfamily.com/23/
Google Play: https://thetimelessfamily.com/googleplay
A previous post mentioned my upcoming podcast on The Timeless Family on September 4th. I just received a lovely thank you note from them with a confirmation of the broadcast date. What a class act. Thanks to Charles and Ryan. Don’t forget to tune in….. https://www.thetimelessfamily.com/23
Time is ticking away for you to enter the Goodreads Giveaway to win a signed hardcover copy of Love, Bill: Finding My Father through Letters from World War II. You have until August 14th to enter at the link below. See what the Authorsshow.com judges saw when they awarded the book its recent honor.
Well, I made it to my very first book festival this past weekend! I was one of nine intrepid Phoenix authors to share a booth at this past weekend’s Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. It supposedly hosts 150,000 book lovers over the two-day event. My plan was to share booth duties as well as get around to other booths to check out potential networking possibilities on Day Two. Good news, I sold 7 books! Bad news, I had a case of food poisoning Saturday night, which left me too drained to make my way around the festival on Sunday. I remained booth-bound. But all in all, I consider the trip to have been a success. I had a great time getting to know my fellow authors better, and the atmosphere was wonderfully upbeat. I had interesting discussions with the visitors to our booth, including other folks interested in writing memoirs, and especially other owners of parents’/grandparents’ love letters. It’s encouraging to know that there are people out there who still revere the actual printed book!
Love, Bill is now being carried by the book shop in The Jewish Museum in New York City!