It’s the Little Things That Add Up

Last night I took part in the City of Mesa’s 2nd Friday Steampunk Street III. Myself and fellow author Michael Bradley set up a table for our latest novels right on Main Street. We met a lot of interesting people and I think found some new fans. I even sold some books, and that is always a good thing, right. Even better than that, I managed to talk to several readers looking for something new and I could tell their interest in my works was genuine. That makes it all worthwhile. You can talk about six figure advances and million sellers but when you connect with a reader on a personal level it makes all the rest seem rather small. Now mind you I am not one to turn down a six figure advance should one come, but it is so good to get out there and have your work validated by someone who says nothing more that, “you know, I would like to read that.” A big thank you to everyone who stopped by the table, the City of Mesa and Evermore Nevermore for a great night.


About Vincent A. Alascia

Vincent is the author of, "In the Presence of Gods," "Xristos: Chosen of God," and coming soon, "Undead Heart," available on Kindle and paperback, as well as works that have appeared in anthologies and online. Originally an East Coast native, he makes his home in the Phoenix area of Arizona with his wife and three attention grabbing felines. Vincent is an active member of the West Valley Writers' Workshop and an Adult Services librarian at the Maricopa County Library District Northwest Regional Library in Surprise, Arizona.
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One Response to It’s the Little Things That Add Up

  1. Warren says:

    I was one of those readers that stopped by. Reading Xristos and enjoying it greatly. Thank you.

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