Maya and the Book of Everything is now available through the various Ingram Global Book Group Distribution Partners. This means that Bookstores and libraries can order Maya and the Book of Everything from their normal purchasing channels.
Maya and the Book of Everything, is available in local book stores in Maine, and directly from Amazon and Barns and Nobel. And if you are an Amazon Prime member, then shipping is free. That’s what we Mainers call a wicked good deal.
If your local book store does not have Maya and the Book of Everything on their shelves, they can special order it. So please ask.
Here is the link: https://www.amazon.com/Maya-Book-Everything-Great-Library/dp/0997845309
Because of the name of my book, when you do a search for it on Amazon, it is often right next to Isabel Allende’s Maya’s Notebook. Now, how cool is that to be next to one of the giants of literature?
Very cool, indeed!
Clif and I are coming down the homestretch with my YA fantasy novel, Maya and the Book of Everything. Fourteen days left until publication on Monday, November 28. Maya will be available either as a quality paperback or as an e-book on Amazon. (Soon after, the book will also be available through other outlets.)
Such a lot of hard work but very exciting, too. As I’ve written in previous posts, I am so thrilled by the cover, designed by James T. Egan of Bookfly Design. I’ve come to describe the color as “Maya blue,” no matter where I see it. Not surprisingly, blue is my favorite color. However, blue is not Maya’s favorite color—red is—and I mention this as an example of the differences between author and character.
But the mysterious Book of Everything, which is literally dropped into Maya’s messenger bag, is blue—beautiful blue, Earth blue, the color of our water planet.