Home Sweet Home

15 Aug

For those of you who don’t stalk me on Facebook (yes, there are still a select few of you with better things to do with your time), I have some very exciting news to share.

My debut novel, The Mirrors at Barnard Hall, has found a home on the shelf of East Nashville’s newest bookstore, East Side Story.  The shop, located in the Five Points district of East Nashville, has made it a priority to promote local authors—even those of us who are self-published. 

Although I have seen my book on a Kindle and in print, there was something surreal about seeing it on a shelf in a legitimate bookstore. 

If you’re in or around Nashville, I strongly urge you stop in, check out some of the local talent, and support what is destined to be a matchless hot spot for the written word.



2 Responses to “Home Sweet Home”

  1. ameliaclaire92 August 15, 2012 at 9:23 pm #

    That’s so awesome, Jenny! I bet it felt great seeing your book on the shelves. 🙂

    • movingforeword August 16, 2012 at 9:35 am #

      It really did, Amelia! I’ve sold a few books via online resources, but there is something special about having someone choose it from a shelf. 🙂

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