My signing at the Monroe, Louisiana Books-A-Million was a success. I signed and sold all but three of the books the store had ordered. The managers were very pleased and I’ve already been invited back for another signing when Stories of the Confederate South comes out in October. This collection of short fiction did well with Booklocker, and I’m hoping it will do even better with Pelican and that publisher’s larger distribution network. The collection of short historical fiction will also be a natural to sell alongside my children’s book, Jim Limber Davis: A Black Orphan in the Confederate White House.
I was delighted to see that you can already pre-order Stories of the Confederate South on Amazon.com.
Tomorrow, I’ll have to be up early to be on Channel 10’s (KTVE) morning show with Angela Cruz to tell viewers about the program at the library that evening. Today, I’m deeply buried in editing work.