Yes, watch your step…because there’s plenty of mud straight ahead. As in Magnolia Mud, the great new novel from Randy Pierce. Here’s the book cover:
|Artwork by graphic designer par excellence Cyndi Clark!
Dates to mark on your calendar for Randy’s launch:
Monday, March 31…Richton Public Library @ 4pm
Tuesday, April 1…Lemuria (Jackson) @ 5pm
Wednesday, April 2…Square Books (Oxford) @ 5:30pm
Saturday, April 5…Hodges Pharmacy (Leakesville) @ 10am
And that’s just the beginning. Randy will be all over the state of Mississippi before journeying to New York City in June for the annual Picnic in the Park. If you’re not familiar with this event, it’s very much a MISSISSIPPI extravaganza and an opportunity to cross paths with Magnolia State natives who live in different parts of the country these days.
Meantime, Valerie Winn will sign copies of Forsaking Mimosa and visit with folks who stop by for a cuppa Joe at Delo’s Heavenly House of Coffee on Saturday, February 8 at 8 a.m.. It’s located at 3880 Gautier Vancleave Road at Baywood Commons. Check out the display Valerie made for the event:
|There’s nothing better than a steaming cup of delicious coffee with a great read!|
John Floyd will visit the Pontotoc County Library on Tuesday, April 10 to sign copies of Deception and his other great collections of mystery/suspense short stories. And I’ll sign copies of Last Chance Texaco and my other Oakdale novels at the annual Cajun Fest celebration in May at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Madison. My next Oakdale novel will come out later this year, by the way. The protagonist is a serial killer!!!
I’m asked often about whether our books our available for download. Yes…on Amazon Kindle. Please note that Randy’s book will be available on Kindle in mid-April. Here are the Dogwood Press titles you can get for your Kindle RIGHT NOW:
JOHN M. FLOYD – Deception
JOHN M. FLOYD – Clockwork
VALERIE WINN – Forsaking Mimosa
JOE LEE – Last Chance Texaco
JOE LEE – The Long Road Home
JOE LEE – The Magnolia Triangle
JOHN LEE – The Legend of Roger
Be sure to grab The Legend of Roger for the middle-schooler in your life. It’s a quick read and a very entertaining story that more or less fits the sci-fi/fantasy genre. There’s a lot of humor in it, and absolutely nothing you wouldn’t want your child of 10-12 years old coming across in a book.
Thanks for your time, and we look forward to seeing you soon!