The Miracle of Small Things by Guilie Castillo Oriard is now available for purchase as a NOOK Book through Barnes and Noble - click here
Townsend Walker will be reading from his noir novella La Ronde at 'Last Time' (presented by 'Why There Are Words') on Thurday 12th November at Studio 333, 333 Caledonia Street, Sausalito, from 7.00pm. For more info about the reading, click here: http://whytherearewords.com/2015/10/11/why-there-are-words-presents-last-time-november-12-2015/
Guilie Castillo Oriard continues her around-the-world blog tour with stop #2 ... where she talks about the miracle of place and her novella The Miracle of Small Things ... http://vidyasury.com/2015/10/the-miracle-of-place-guilie73.html and continues it at stop #3 here: http://bobsanchez1.blogspot.com.au/2015/10/guilie-and-benny-her-handsome-rescue.html
Townsend Walker reading from (and signing copies of) his noir novella La Ronde on November 4th, 2015, from 6.00 – 8.00pm, at Biondivino Wine Boutique has been cancelled! A rescheduled date will be announced soon.
Guilie Castillo Oriard begins her book tour in blogs for The Miracle of Small Things. Find Guilie's first stop here: http://writerlysam.com/2015/10/27/of-miracles-and-music/
The Miracle of Small Things by Guilie Castillo Oriard is now available as an Amazon Kindle eBook and a Kobobook.
You can now purchase The Miracle of Small Things by Guilie Castillo Oriard at the iBookstore - click here
CANCELLED - as of 1st November ... more soon Townsend Walker will be reading from (and signing copies of) his noir novella La Ronde on November 4th, 2015, from 6.00 - 8.00pm, at Biondivino Wine Boutique 1415 Green Street San Francisco, California 94109 ph. 415.673.2320 Find Biondivino on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/biondivino, and find the Biondivino website here: …
The Miracle of Small Things by Guilie Castillo Oriard is now available as an ePub eBook. Other eBook versions will soon follow ... but you can purchase the ePub eBook by clicking here.
Read a review of The Miracle of Small Things (the Curaçao-set novella by Guilie Castillo Oriard) at the Internet Review of Books by clicking here.