Author Chad A. Webster will be participating in a special event inspired by a family friend. Aloha Mint Hill! will support Queen's Grant student, Damon Gammon, in his battle against a rare cancer. The community event, dubbed Aloha Mint Hill, will include food trucks, Polynesian dancing and entertainment, games and face painting, and Chad will be signing his middle grade novel, Mystery Muffin and Soda Pop Slooth: The Legend of Mr. Creepy. Pick up a copy today in preparation for the next book in the series, Mystery Muffin and Soda Pop Slooth: The Ghost of Crippler's Creek.
Saturday July 7 from 5-9 pm Queen's Grant Community School
Queen's Grant Community School
6400 Matthews-Mint Hill Rd, Mint Hill, North Carolina 28227
Learn more at fb.me/GammonStrong
The Independent Publisher Book Awards hosted the winners of the 22nd Annual, 2018 "IPPY" Awards on May 29th in New York City, celebrating their incredible work with 300 medalists and guests. Click here to view more pictures from the Copacabana ceremony. The IE team was there to represent our winning author, Robin Elno, and his unique Western novel, Clown William. Clown William won a silver IPPY for Best First Novel and is being well-received around the globe!
We're excited to announce that the second book in the Clown William series is coming soon! Clown William and the Lincoln County War follows William, the reluctant gunslinger with Tourette's, as he escorts the lady Emily over the mountains and into Lincoln, New Mexico. There, he finds her brother John in a battle for survival in the infamous Lincoln county War. The sheriff and his posse of hired killers, secure under the protection of the courts and the governor, have a stranglehold on the town. Eastern newspapers called Lincoln "the most dangerous street in America." And that was before William arrived.