A great independent bookstore in Hudson, Wisconsin owned and operated by Brian and Sue Roegge needs our help. They were recently forced to move to another location when the building they were renting was purchased by another party. They need funds to put up a sign out front of the building and for some other minor renovations. Please see the link below for more information and for special offers associated with donations. Let’s keep the small, independents open! As a writer, there’s no replacement for being able to walk into a bookstore and talk to the heart and soul of the operation about opportunities for promotions of my book. And to know that there’s a good chance they will actually read it! Thanks.
By the way, I’ll be doing an author event at Chapter 2 at the end of April or early May. More later.
Alan Caruba, a charter member of the National Book Critics Circle, reviewed “The Last Ferryman” on his February 2014 blog, “Bookviews.” In the review, he stated, “This is [Randle’s] debut novel and a very good one.” For the full blog post, visit http://bookviewsbyalancaruba.blogspot.com
In her five-star rating, Karen Pirnot wrote, “Gregory Randle has written a beautifully detailed accounting of a lost way of life.” Pirnot went on to say, “The captivating thing about The Last Ferryman is the way author Randle details the environment and the impact the old ways of life have for the small town of Millerville. The character of Buck is unforgettable as is the personality of his granddaughter Holly . . . and there is a true inter-generational bond that will touch the hearts of readers.”
For the full review go to www.readersfavorite.com/book-review/26312.