Singing the coronavirus blues? Happy, but worried, about the re-opening? The author Tic Rawghers has just published a new ebook (single) on the coronavirus and is offering it free this weekend, May 23-25.
In his tribute to Memorial Day, Grandpa Tic is offering his brand of humor so the front line and essential workers who have put themselves in danger to help others can find something to laugh about. He’s put together a short guide on social distancing so everyone can understand what’s at stake.
He attempts to help his grandkids understand what is going on, because he wants them to live long and disease free.
Click on the book or here to download the Kindle version.
When you read those words, I imagine you’re thinking, “Wow, they sold a lot of books.” That’s how most people measure success, I think. They measure it by money.
And although it was our best Art Walk event in those terms, that’s not what I mean when I say it was a success. To me, what was important was meeting all those people who stopped by our booth to talk. Whether it was dogs and cats, zombies, old men, or Sci-Fi history, we shared a great deal in discussions with so many people.
That, to me, made it a success. So much so, that I couldn’t wait to post my impression of the night. It started out hot, but Bria had a cheap tablecloth we hung up behind us that blocked the sun. And even though it was hot, there was a nice breeze coming off the bay that helped keep us somewhat cool.
Once the sun dropped out of sight, the cool night air refreshed us. It was a beautiful night – more of an October or November night to me – made even better by the friends who stopped by, and others who took the time to say hi and chat about anything.
New Zombie Signups
We also had several people sign up to be in an upcoming Cord Wheaton episode. J Gerard Michaels will be in touch with them to decide how he will craft them into the story. We are expecting a release date of early next year, or maybe even late this year!
Prometheus a Hit
The anthology – historical science fiction – was a big hit, and Bria was occupied quite a bit talking about the book, and selling them quickly. It also gave her an opportunity to try out some new technology, with great success.
The night flew by so fast, we forgot to eat. What a difference from some of the other nights, where we would easily go pick up food at a local restaurant, unconcerned that we would miss someone stopping by.
So, thank you to all those who came out to say hello and support us. We had a great time!
Spring FREE is our celebration of Spring. Kind of hot in Florida, but the nights are cool. We are offering 2 free ebook downloads this weekend, March 21-22, 2015, to celebrate the new season. What are they?
j gerard michaels joins Grandpa for the Spring FREE weekend, offering the first episode of Book 2 (Zombie Menace), Spring Brain. And why not? It’s Spring, and this episode takes place during Spring Break. He will also be signing his books at the same event, though he’s taking a back seat to Grandpa.
What’s coming up in the future from Soul Attitude Press? We’re working on a how-to book that will guide you step-by-step to publishing your own book! What? Where’d our profits go? Well, we realize there are people of all stripes; those that want to do it themselves, those that need a little hand-holding, and those that want a lot of support. We fit in the middle of those 3 levels, helping get you published quickly and easily, yet not overwhelming you with choices and add-ons.
We’ll be working with some other publishers to guide you to good ones that offer more than we do, but we’d also like to help out those who just want to do it on their own.
We’ll also have several authors at the Gulfport Art Walk on the third Saturday in June, 2015. We’ll have more on that later. We’ve seen success at the first Friday Art Walks, and hope to experience the same thing on this other day of the month. As the date gets closer, we’ll spring some more details on you, and hope you can come out and say hello, and maybe pick up a good read.
Free Downloads Weekend Celebrates The 5K Zombie Run
This weekend we are celebrating our participation in the 5K Zombie Run taking place in Largo, FL, with some free downloads of Kindle ebooks. Of course, with this being a zombie run, author j gerard michaels has several promotions going. He’s offering a free download of 1 episode from every book (3 in all) of The Cord Wheaton Saga. They are: Zombie Raid, episode 6 from book 1, Zombie Origins, (there are 7 episodes in all in the book), Spring Brain, episode 8 and the first one of book 2, Zombie Menace, and Run Zombie Run, episode 14 from book 3, Zombie State, his most recent compilation just released this month.
Book Signing and free giveaways
j gerard michaels will be at the 5K Zombie Run in Largo signing copies of all 3 of his books, giving away some freebies to go along with them, and available to chat about what’s coming next. If you’d like to get yourself into the book, that’s always a possibility. The series is based in Florida, and the hero, Cord Wheaton, is a detective in the St. Petersburg Police Department. Most of the locations are real. The roads are real (except for a few in north Florida), and some of the people are real, as they’ve given permission to be included in the book.
Additional Book Promotions!
To stay in the spirit of the 5k Zombie Run (which is to have fun), jg michaels is offering promotions on the first 2 books, Zombie Origins (book 1), and Zombie Menace (book 2). What’s the deal? Beginning Monday, Mar 2, book 1 is discounted to $1.99 (ebook). On Wednesday, Mar 4, the price goes up to $2.99, and on Friday, it returns to its normal price (3.99).
Beginning Wednesday, Mar 4, book 2 is on sale for $1.99 until Friday, Mar 4, when it returns to its normal price (2.99).
Grandpa Tic Rawghers, author of the Grandpa’s Guides series, has come out with his first book in print! We are excited to announce the availability of You Can’t Change Me! Grandpa’s Guides on Life and Love, available now in paperback and ebook formats. This book encompasses all 4 of Tic’s guides, as well as a small bonus section where he explains some of the mysteries of life.
How was this possible? He first completed his 4th guide, There’s Nothing to Do! on Kindle available here. This guide is on Summer Vacations. If you’ve heard kids complain right after they’re out of school, well, Grandpa Tic has some suggestions to make their summer vacation an unforgettable one. Filled with his wit and wisdom, Tic shares some snippets from a summer vacation he took that he still remembers to this day as he explains things to his grandkids and his kids.
This guide will be a FREE download Friday and Saturday, 2/20-21.
Or, you can buy the print book and get the entire collection in Kindle format for only 99c! This offer is available all the time.
Tic will be signing and selling his book at the Gulfport Art Walk on the first Friday in March, 3/6/15. Come see him at a booth along the walk – the location will be known later.
BRIGITTE MOORE TALK AND BOOK SIGNING
Brigitte D Moore, author of Finding Home, will be signing at the Barbara Ponce Library in Pinellas Park. Here are the details in a flyer promoting the event. She has a fascinating story and would love for you to come out and listen and ask questions.
If the flyer here is difficult to read, here are the meeting details:
When: Saturday, Feb 28, 2015 from 3:00 to 4:00 PM.
Where: Lobby Meeting Room at Barbara S. Ponce Public Library
We are proud to announce the second guide in Tic Rawghers’ series of Grandpa’s Guides, titled: I Didn’t Run Today and My Body Thanked Me. You can see a picture on the publications page or click the link above to go to his Amazon author page, where both guides are available. We link to his website in the sidebar as well.
Focus on Personal Memoir
We’re also excited to be meeting with another writer about to become author (watba) and will have more news of this in the coming months. One of our areas of focus is the personal memoir, books usually for family but also including those that might have a broader appeal. If you’re interested in putting together a keepsake for your family, documenting your life or a part of it, we’d love to help.
Check out our services page for more details on what we offer, and a contact form to get in touch with us.