This blog exists to inform southern indie booksellers first, and others, next, and any and all thoughts of SIBA Executive Director Wanda Jewell. Beware!
#1 by Annette Laing on January 23, 2010 - 6:18 pm
Hi, Wanda– I would love to write a guest blog. I write The Snipesville Chronicles an indie press series about three kids in a small Georgia town who time-travel in British and American history. The first entry in the series, Don’t Know Where, Don’t Know When, set in England in 1940, is one of the bestsellers at my local indie bookstore, The Book and Cranny. It has also been carried at Little Shop of Stories (where it was a selection of the Kids and Companions Book Club) and Park Road Books. Book 2, A Different Day, A Different Destiny, which takes the kids to 1851, just came out. Thanks for your time!
#2 by Mandy Catoe on March 1, 2010 - 10:05 am
Were you the librarian at Central High School in Pageland in the late 1970′s? If so, please let me know. I thought you were great! Thanks…
#3 by Lillian Brummet on May 18, 2010 - 8:10 am
Hi! I spotted your blog via accreditedonlinecolleges.com, which was recommended on the Website, Wisdom & Whimsy E-newsletter recently. I would love to network with you in some way – perhaps a book give-away contest on your site for your readers, or perhaps an interview/guest blog… Please feel free to network with me and check out my blogs, radio shows, newsletter & 3 books at: http://www.brummet.ca
In appreciation for your time,
#4 by Eric A. Smith on December 20, 2011 - 9:34 am
I hope you are well and warm(!) this holiday season.
My name’s Eric A. Smith and I’m an independent journalist and science writer living in Tokyo.
I was hoping you might be willing to review my book, The Path. It’s pretty unique and powerful -cutting edge psychology, anthropology and biology applied to self-help, very richly illustrated.
It’s an excellent and thorough science lesson for young adults as well as adults. You can browse excerpts online, at the links on this page: http://issuu.com/erica.smith/docs/path_1_color_samples
Here’s the main website as well:
The Path (ISBN # 978-0-9834434-0-7) is being published in the UK by Lightning Source in January of 2012, but I have a PDF format available now.
Eric A. Smith
#5 by CofC Friends of the Library on February 20, 2012 - 8:03 am
We would love for you to come to one of our events at the College of Charleston. Please contact us if you are interested! We feature a variety of authors and would love for you to come and write a review of one of the events. More information can be found at http://blogs.cofc.edu/friendsofthelibrary/events-and-exhibits/
#6 by Wanda on April 20, 2012 - 11:44 am
Thanks for thinking of me. I will try to make them one day. They look wonderful.
#7 by Lettie Cohen on February 28, 2013 - 3:56 pm
I am a self published children’s book author. I am looking for expos, conventions, or bookfairs which welcome independent booksellers. If you have any information you feel would be helpful to me, please resoond to this email.
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