It’s September, and Hurricane Florence is bearing down on the east coast of the United States, bringing possible heavy rain and tropical storm level winds to us here in Tennessee. One of our authors will be a vendor at a local festival this weekend, so our fingers are crossed that Florence has a change of heart and stays out to sea.

Our third title, a wonderful contemporary YA work by new novelist Anne G’Fellers-Mason titled The Summer Between will be available in both print and ebook formats on October 1st, 2018. You can read the blurb on the MGB home page.

 

 

 

 

Our first title, Rhea Wells Boy of Jonesborough, will be changing distribution points later this year from CreateSpace to Ingram, and the ebook version will become available through both Amazon and other retailers. Look for more on that later. Right now, the print distribution remains through the MGB online store, the Jonesborough Visitor’s Center, and Amazon.

 

 

On a similar but different note, our second title, Cleaning House – Appalachian Elementals #1, is receiving some wonderful reviews. You can read a smattering of these in the graphic below. We’re also happy to announce that Mama, Me, and the Holiday Tree – Appalachian Elementals #1 ½ , a novella-length ebook, will be available November 5th.

 

And, last but not least, we’re assembling the 2019 publishing calendar here at MGB, and we’re looking for a few good titles that fit our guidelines. We’ll also be posting a call for submission for an anthology very soon, so be on the lookout for it.

Check back soon for the date and time for Anne G’Fellers-Mason’s first book signing event for The Summer Between.

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