Friday, March 11, 2011

Wicked Good - is being published

Dear Reader,
     Last night, we committed to Trestle Press as the publisher of Wicked Good. They are a small press with 12 authors so far. Wicked Good will be published in e-format and will be available on Amazon, B&N, etc. and for the Kindle, Nook, and so forth. Also, Wicked Good will be available in print-on-demand format through Amazon and other websites. We are very very excited. Book stores will be able to order WG if they want however we think our best chance of making an impact with WG is through the Internet. We've already seen this through our blog where we've had readers from all over the world. Trestle Press found us through our blog. Trestle Press has a wonderful marketing scheme so we are hopeful Wicked Good will get out there even more. They are also interested in the second book of the series which we are working on. The title is Wicked Wise. 
      We will be using this blog to share our publishing journey with you. We will be taking down the chapters but not the other posts. The chapters will be deleted by the end of the day today.  The Daily Puppy, of course, will remain.
    That's the update. Stay tuned and thanks for your support. 
-Amy and Jo

Willows bend but do not break

1 comment:

  1. Wicked Good is a page turner. The fast-pace of this book gripped me from page one.
    The story begins with Rory, a kid with Asperger's Syndrome getting into trouble in school and his mother, Archer trying to protect him. I thought Wicked Good would be a tale about family, and it is, but it is so much more. When Rory decides to look for his biological mother, Archer must fight to protect her son at the same time as let him follow this search through. Rory's quest, with the help of another troubled teen takes him to Bangor, Maine where Rory gets wrapped up in the history of the perfect storm, the Andrea Gail, and the Salem witch trials.
    The short, snappy chapters are so well-written that you cannot help but keep reading chapter after chapter to the end.
    This is a fabulous read for anyone, but especially if you have or know of a child with Aspergers Syndrome.
    I could not put it down.