Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Indie Press, Trestle Press, Hits Grand Slam!!! Wait, There is More….


They also are topping the charts on Amazon UK. Congratulations to Karen Anna Vogel and all the authors of Trestle Press. Why did I just mention all the authors of Trestle Press? Quite simply, it is because they all share one common goal and one vision­--- each other’s success and bringing quality reads to the market time after time.
One of the other visions they have embraced and ran with is the digital short series of the“Amish Knitting Circle.” . There are more than 30 books now that Trestle Press publishes. Each month, a new installment of the series I am going to list below will come out. The benefits to this are many, and just for fun I am going to list a few:
·         New content every three to four weeks to be easily read on your favorite e-reading device(smartphone, laptop, computer, tablet, Kindle,Nook,iPad…), the reader can follow the progression of not just the characters but the authors development as well
·         A variety of genres to follow so the reads can be rotated and fresh, low cost fun($.99)
·         80 percent of U.S. families did not buy or read a book last year. (People don’t have time for full length novels.)
·         Great way to discover a new and emerging author without much investment in time or money(many of these authors have full length work to purchase, don’t forget
·         Great way to have fun and look forward to a ray of sunshine in your reading week (I love digital short stories, they really help me keep my reading fresh and fun)
Having the label “Indie Press” or being with a “little publisher” doesn’t mean the content is small or little. I feel it is an advantage in this day and age. The authors of Trestle Press have a tremendous amount of input and say in what goes on and their direction. The common vision they share, their incredible communication and team work have put them on the cusp of achieving much success.
The Grand Slam success of “Amish Knitting Circle” and the many titles they have charted on Amazon Kindle and Amazon UK is just the tip of the iceberg for them as they continue their journey. Why not join them and find out what they are all about? The authors would love for you to read their hard work and give them feedback: Email them, find them on any social network and friend them, tell them what would make them a better more relevant author in your eyes.
In no particular order I have listed the digital short story series currently up and running from Trestle Press. The additions to the list change often so please feel free to put Trestle Press in your Amazon Kindle or Barnes & Noble Nook toolbar each and every time you go shopping:
Karen Anna Vogel-“Amish Knitting Circle”
Roger Rheinheimer/Crystal Linn- “Amish Forever”
Paul D. Brazill- “Drunk on The Moon”
Chantal Boudreau- “Weird, Wicked and Wonderful”
Benjamin Sobieck-“Maynard Soloman”
Darren Sant-“Tales of The Longcroft Estaes”
Mark Miller-“One”
Sam Lang –“Reprisal”
Jochem Vandersteen-“A Mike Dalmas Story”
B.R. Stateham- “Call Me Smitty”
William Tooker-“Slouching Towards Bethlehem”
Mark Miller-“New Kids on The Rock”
Mark Cooper-“How I Met Your Mother”
Lisa Taylor-“Shana Black”
Alexandrea Weis-“NOLA”
Celilia Robert-“The Soul Collector’s Series”
Cody Toye- “Dribbles the Squirrel”
H.R. Toye- “Debtor’s Chip”
The Author’s Lab/Collaboration Series
S.L. Schmitz-“Mina’s Daughter…The Harker’s Chronicles”
Whit Howland-“The Cain Series”
Heath Lowrance- “Deadland ,USA”
Michael Tabman- “Bad Intent”
Julia Madeleine- “The Devils’ Music”
Big Daddy Abel-“Open Mic”
Heath Lowrance-“That Damn Coyote Hill”
Thad Brown-“Smoking Gun Sisterhood”
Darren Sant/Sam Lang-“Severed”
McDroll-“Kick It”
Luca Veste- “Liverpool 5”
Col Bury- “Manchester 6”
Angelique LaFontaine/Eddie Frantom-“Thirty-1”
Sue Mydliak- “Friday Flashes”
Tanya Cotios-“Wicked Little Lies”
R.Thomas Brown-“Old Man Coyote”
As a reader I like to look for new stuff to read. I thrive on finding new authors with awesome stuff. The digital age of publishing has allowed me as a reader to discover new and various ways to read them. Less than a year ago this format was just an afterthought, an exercise for an author.
Now, thanks to visionaries like Karen Anna Vogel and her fellow Trestle Press authors, we the reader, can have our fun and read it too. I for one really like that. Join me in celebrating the freedom of reading in any way, size and e-reader we want to. Download one or more of these innovative, provocative and fun series. Challenge yourself and the author’s.  See what else we can all accomplish together.
Trestle Press- bringing authors and readers together.    

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