Storm Chaser in the library

One of those weird things that gives new writers a surreal feeling: Storm Chaser is a library book, available at all three branches of the Noble County Public Library:


http://evergreen.lib.in.us/opac/en-US/skin/default/xml/rdetail.xml?r=19509146&ol=68&t=mark%20r%20hunter&tp=keyword&l=68&d=1&hc=8&rt=keyword


Notice they have the name of the book wrong; I’ll work on getting that corrected. Still … cool!


Of course, it’s always better to own a copy.  :->

8 comments:

  1. Congratulations! I know that must feel great! Hope mine gets in a library soon! I need to work on that. And yes, it is always better to own your own copy! Take care!

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    1. Thanks, Lena! Now, to work on getting into *every* library ...

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  2. Now this is something I never tire of seeing. All of my books are now in the St. Louis Public Library's permanent collection. I donated copies of my foreign language translations to them as well.

    Congratulations, Mark!

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    1. Thanks! I forgot to mention they purchased an extra copy for their permanent collection, one of those local authors things. Of course, your library is bigger than my library!

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  3. I tried to find it on Amazon, but alas you only have the kindle ebook version. Oh well, maybe next time and until then maybe my desert library will get it in one day.

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    1. Sadly, it's my publisher who does that kind of distributing, and they ordinarily work only with e-books. That's why I made sure to put ordering information up on my website for anyone who wants a print copy.

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    1. Today Noble County, tomorrow the world!

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