Dare I Call It Murder?
October 10, 2013
Radio Interview, Bookstore Event
Awards Nominee, Photos
I mentioned earlier that while in Seattle I recorded an interview with attorney Joe Breidenbach (aka DUI Joe) to be broadcast later. "Later" would be today, Thurs., Oct. 10, the first of a three-part series.
The segment airs every 4 hours, beginning at midnight. The Second and third segments air Oct. 17 and 24; each segment = 10 mins. If podcasts become available, I will post links.
Article on B-Town Blog: DUI Joe to interview Author Larry Edwards on SoKing Internet Radio Thursday (Just ignore that "DUI" bithas nothing to do with me.)
Listen here: SoKing Internet Radio
(Not sure if "SoKing" is a pun on "soaking" wet, but with SKIR being based in the Seattle area, that may be.)
Another bookstore event, this one in November. If you're in the area and can come by to say hello, it would be a thrill and a delight. (And the bookstore would appreciate your patronage.)
Barnes & Noble, Grossmont Center, La Mesa, CA
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 6:30 p.m. to benefit the Casa de Oro Branch Library and literacy programs.
Also presenting two other titles from Wigeon Publishing:
• Home From The Banks, poems by Arthur Raybold
Arthur will also speak and sign books.
• Beyond the Spotlight: On the Road With Phyllis Diller
memoir by Robin Skone-Palmer
My book, Dare I Call It Murder?: A Memoir of Violent Loss, has been nominated for two awards:
- Pulitzer Prize (2014): Letters, Drama, and Music > Biography/Autobiography The Pulitzer Prizes has been honoring excellence in journalism and the arts since 1917
- Benjamin Franklin Award (2014): Autobiography/Memoirs the Benjamin Franklin Award is regarded as one of the highest national honors in small and independent publishing
The support and response from readers continues to be more than I could hope for. The book has now been an
Amazon best-seller for nearly 11 weeks in two categories: Memoir and True Crime. Go to the Book News page for the most recent update.
I've finally got around to posting photos from bookstore events. More to come (once Verizon let's me offload them from my idiotphone). Meanwhile, visit the Event Photos page to see what's there so far. Thank you, Sue Barerra, for all the pics from Warwick's.
For further updates, please visit:
Dare I Call It Murder? A Memoir of Violent Loss
Again, thank you for your support and kind words.
Be well, fair winds.