"Where can I get Afraid to Fall?"
I'm asked this question often, which is great. Until recently I would have said you can order Afraid to Fall from Amazon or Barnes & Noble, download it to your Kindle, or, if you and I were face-to-face, me (I carry a few with me at all times). Now I can respond, "Check out your independent bookstore."
Independent bookstores are so important to their hometowns and readers. They are also supportive of us indie authors. Getting traction and creating readership is exceptionally difficult.
Recent travels have taken me to parts of Indiana, Ohio, and Illinois. I expect to get around more this summer, as possible between finishing Afraid to Hope (Ancient Passages Book 2) and four kids' schedules.
Here's the beginning of what I hope will be a growing list of independent bookstores you should visit, and carry Afraid to Fall. They have SO much on the big box stores. Check them out. I promise you will love them!
Anderson's Bookshops (LaGrange, Naperville, and Downers Grove, IL)
Turn the Page Books & Gifts (Westfield, IN)
Readers' Garden (Granville, Ohio)
Main Street Books (Layfayette, IN)
Indy Reads Books (Indianapolis, IN)
Second Flight Books (Layfayette, IN)
Who doesn't love a book club? Think of it, passionate readers who want to discuss themes, character motivation, ROMANCE, story arcs, metaphors, and more. What a win-win!
Afraid to Fall is the June selection for Turn the Page Books & Gifts' Book Club.
I'm going to be at the adorable Turn the Page Books & Gifts in Westfield (149 N. Walnut Street, Westfield, IN 46074) on Tuesday, June 18th from 7-9 p.m., discussing Afraid to Fall and the process of writing it with readers. I'm SO excited!
Need a copy? No worries. Call Jamie and get your copy of Afraid to Fall: (317) 804-2363.
We're going to have a lot of fun!
Hey Central Indiana romance lovers!
I'll be at Indy Reads Books on Mass Ave from 2-4 p.m. Come see me and consider exploring the shops and more. Maybe treat yourself to a late snack, drinks, or dinner at one of the great restaurants--because there are plenty of wonderful choices.
I'm happy to sign your copy of Afraid to Fall and discuss the process of writing the story readers share they can't put down.