Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014

Literature

Tales Told

Martin Crosbie featured FVRL author reading on Nov 5

Released by Andrea Spenst, Fraser Valley Regional Library

 

 

e are working hard to promote our "Season of Readings" program that is actually being held off-site at The Art Room on Vedder Road. This is a series of author readings where people can come and enjoy a glass of wine, appetizers, and a local author reading and answering questions.

 

Our next one up is Martin Crosbie on Nov 5th, and I've attached his press release information in case you are interested in featuring him for an article or interview. Our next author will be W.P. Kinsella on Dec 3rd, I can get you his contact info as well if you're interested.

 

About Martin Crosbie

In a press release, Amazon referred to Martin Crosbie as one of their success stories of 2012. His self-publishing journey has been chronicled in Publisher's Weekly, Forbes Online, and Canada's Globe and Mail newspaper. Martin's debut novel, My Temporary Life, has been downloaded over one hundred and fifty thousand times and became an Amazon bestseller. He is also the author of My Name Is Hardly – Book Two of the My Temporary Life Trilogy, Lies I Never Told-A Collection of Short Stories, How I Sold 30,000 eBooks on Amazon’s Kindle – An Easy-To-Follow Self-Publishing Guidebook, and Believing Again: A Tale of Two Christmases.

Martin was born in the Highlands of Scotland and currently makes his home on the west coast of Canada.

Martin’s self-publishing journey has been documented here:

Publisher’s Weekly Apr/2012

Globe and Mail newspaper Apr/2012

Forbes Online Aug/2012

 

 

 

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