Tuesday, February 16, 2016
"When the Lights Go Out"--out and about
It's been at bars, bookstores and the Buffalo History Museum. It's been with book clubs and under Christmas trees. And thankfully, it's found plenty of readers, ones that have been able to relate to the story and its characters.
Yes, the novel's about music and its meaning, but it's also about love, family and the ability to wade through tragedy in order to find some sort of purpose. Many have recognized this, and as the book's author, I can't thank you enough for spending any amount of time to enjoy my second novel.
If you haven't read it yet, good news: it's a book, and it's not going away any time soon. It'll be around, whether in Buffalo bookstores like Talking Leaves and Dog Ears; in paperback and Kindle form on Amazon; in under-scanned areas of the Web like IndieBound; or with the publisher at No Frills/Amelia. And since we're all still enduring winter as we wait for St. Patrick's Day, there's plenty of time and opportunity to fall into a comfortable chair and read this work.
If interested please check it out. And if you'd like to find out more, check out the below press coverage for details.
The Buffalo News
SUNY Buffalo State's Record
Until next time, thanks for reading, and take care.
(Author's note: This update was typed while listening to Basia Bulat's "La La Lie.")