Book Presentation

“Why me?” Jason asked. “Friends help friends,” Joel Lovin replied. “You’re smart. I gotta hunch you’d be an asset to us.” “But—counterfeit?” A small windowless supply room served as their meeting place. In it stood a card table, set with a half-eaten platter of sandwiches and a bottle of whiskey, partially drunk. Jason sat with three men: Adam Cable, a wealthy, gruff-looking rancher; Jacob Rose, a red-faced farmer and grain mill owner; and Joel Lovin, a balding, middle-aged bookkeeper. Feeling apprehensive and a little frightened, he asked questions, of them and of himself: What would happen if I said no to this venture? Would they trust me not to betray them? What if I said yes? What then?

How a Cover Comes to Life by B.T. Polcari

Gilded covers, matte finish, textured fonts – all these elements are costly and often only in the grasp of well-established authors and presses. So how do indie and small-press authors go about creating a cover that is both eye-catching and relevant to the plot? This post will outline the 3-step process that local award-winning author B.T. Polcari took with his marketing team to develop the cover for his upcoming title Fire & Ice.

Local Author Sponsors Adoption Event

Award-Winning author B.T. Polcari is partnering with The Humane Educational Society of Chattanooga on Saturday, August 13th to celebrate rescue-animals. All adoption fees will be waived for the day and included in each adopter’s gift bag from HES will be a copy of B.T. Polcari’s latest book Fire & Ice featuring rescue pup Mauzzy.

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