Support the Arts: It’s a David Versus Goliath Thing
Well, it’s a bummer to have to share this, but for those of you that aren’t in the know, amazon rules the world. You pay to play, and those with t
he most money, connections and marketing often somehow mysteriously make it to the top of all amazon’s author lists. Those who speak Pig Latin would say, “isthay uckssay orfay uddingbay authorsyay.” As a mid-career author, I not only feel the pain, but talk to a lot of other talented writers who do as well. So, we reach out to you, the wonderful reader. The person who spends their few pennies on making our wonderful works come to life by enjoying our little stories. Thank you.
Now I ask one other favor. Please, instead of checking out a mainstream book this month, instead, buy a budding author’s work. Let me tell you, I’ve made it a personal quest to do the same (a sort of put your money where your mouth mission) and I’ve been so surprised by how little attention some of these great books have received. Many of them are just as good as the market giants if not better. So, along with the shameless promotion for my recently released books, I’m also adding some recent reads that have blown me away. All of them are from incipient writers who need your help to take down the amazon Goliath by buying their books and leaving reviews where ever you can.
Justin Alcala Recent Releases:
Scarlet Leaf Review (Article): “Urban Fantasy: The Modern Fairy Tale”
Unfading Daydream Anthology, Issue 9: “Time Will Tell”
Castabout Literature Anthology, October 2019: “The Lantern Quietly Screams”
All Things That Matter Publishing: “Dim Fairy Tales”
Other Great Authors
Tonja Drecker, Young Adult Supernatural Novel: “Music Boxes”
Jeannie Sharpe, Faith and Romance Novel: The Baker’s Husband: A Second Chances Book
Edward M. Erdelac, Historical Scifi Series Continuance: Merkabah Rider: Have Glyphs Will Travel