I keep thinking of that line from the movie Airport when Lloyd Bridges says – “Looks like I picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue.”
That’s what it feels like to launch a re-issue of my novel in the middle of a health and economic crisis unlike anything we’ve ever encountered. Anxiety is high. People are already too distracted to be able to appreciate distractions.
But maybe forgive me for going ahead with this? Like everyone else who’s self-employed or has a small business, I’m just bumbling through..
I’ll contribute to other causes where I can and at the same time I’m lowering the price on all Bacon Press Books eBooks to 99 cents. I’d give them all away, but that wouldn’t be fair to the authors.
So if you’re looking for some good reading, please consider:
Short Story Collections
You Won’t Remember This: Stories by Kate Blackwell
Blues for Beginners: Stories and Obsessions by Judith Podell
The Man Who Built Boxes and other stories by Frank Tavaris
Man from the Sky by Danny Wynn
The Call House: A Washington Novel by CP Stiles
Waiting for Next Week by Michele Orwin
Sigga of Reykjavik by Solveig Eggerz
Getaway by Maureen Brady
Identity Thief by JP Bloch
Landfall by Joseph Jablonski
Sunset at Rosalie by Ann McLaughlin
The Clear Blue Line by Al Sprague
Letting Go: An Anthology of Attempts edited by M.E. Hughes
The Lost Town: Bringing Back Trochenbrod by Avrom Ben-David Val
In Search of the Fun-Forever Job by Ellis Chase
Networking: Career Strategies that Work by Ellis Chase
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