Category: The Industry
I’m self-publishing the first Rock Star sequel, in the Rockers of Storm Crow series, Morning Star. It’s got a brand-new cover and to celebrate the upcoming release of the fourth book in the series, Superstar later this month, I’m putting Morning Star and Dark Star on sale for $3.99. If you haven’t already read these fabulous FULL-LENGTH novels, now is the time to get them at a bargain basement price. This sale will be good for five days only, then they’ll return to their regular price of $5.99.
I think the hubster outdid himself designing this cover, isn’t it just delish? Every time he does one I think it’s his best.
Maple Fork, Alabama is the setting for two of my novels Rock Star and Dark Star. It’s a (very) fictionalized version of my hometown, Gadsden, Alabama. Gadsden is a small, formerly industrial town in northeast Alabama in the foothills of the Appalachians. So when I call myself a hillbilly I know of what I speak. Many of the places and things I mention in both books do actually exist, at least in fictionalized form. The statue of the Confederate heroine, Emma Sansom is prominently featured on the main street of the town.
Noccalula Falls, which I changed to Amicola falls in Dark Star is also a real place, and does have an Indian maiden leaping to her death legend attached to it.
Gadsden is a wonderfully scenic place and as I describe in both stories wonderful for those who enjoy the outdoors.
People have asked me why I didn’t just set the story in Gadsden, as opposed to fictionalizing it, after all, I’ve set stories in Birmingham, Atlanta and even Huntsville without doing so. I had several reasons for doing so. For one thing Gadsden is very small. Those other cities, especially Atlanta and even Huntsville to a lesser degree, are pretty generic as far as cities go. When you’re talking about a city of 40k people it gets to be a bit more personal. I knew I was going to set several stories in Maple Fork and those secondary and background characters would play a fairly large role. so ficitionalizing it made more sense.
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This is what one fan had to say:
Couldn’t put it down when I started. THIS is how you pack a well written, engaging, believable and yet romantic read into a short story. Well worth the money and more. There are only two other authors of the I/R genre whose books I can buy knowing that the editing is spot on.
If you haven’t bought this as yet, trust, you’re missing out on a good book.
These type comments really uplift my spirits.
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