Here's the only post for July.
So, several were interested in the misprinted copy of my novel that was actually on display at 2 main locations for 5 months. As it turns out, one of my fellow costars for The Devil's Daughter actually purchased the misprinted copy from me when we wrapped the film this past weekend. BUT don't be discouraged. There are several first edition prints still available that may also have misprints, I am not going to check, but you can. I have also moved locations to sell my novel.
Instead of Yadkinville's coffee shop on State Street and Whispers & Wings, my books will be moving with me from workplace to workplace. Go support the new location of Crazy David's in Hamptonville. They have delicious restaurant-style frozen foods, $1 bread, and $2 gallons of milk! Super crazy, right??? The owners have given me permission to display my books there, so please follow them, or message me for details.
I have also contacted Barnes & Noble with no luck of getting more copies in their stores at this moment, but hopefully that will change. If you ever happen to be at a Barnes & Noble, or even a Walmart, please request my book there so we can try upping the demand.
The book itself is actually in The Devil's Daughter!
Can't remember if I mentioned before, but I am actually constructing stories around the general timeline simultaneously. Current projects include the introduction of a new group into the story called, "The Auran Knights," which is the attempt at a homemade graphic novel and of course, the sequel to Rise of Tourniquet, "Dusty Rose." I am also interested in moving in the direction of writing graphic novels in the near future, but I've yet to have too many ideas from that.
With The Devil's Daughter, I have actually made several connections including meeting Faneal Godbold, Rob Kellum, crew members of Stranger Things and the werewolf from Goosebumps. His name is Lucky.
Anyways, I am looking forward to continuing (and finishing) my numerous projects. I do have a lot going on, it's just a matter of actually making time for it. Roseace is still around, so be sure to check us out periodically for new designs.
Thank you, and with love in Christ, have a blessed day!
Daniel A. Dorn