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Reply Jackie Velnoskey
2:17 PM on October 12, 2015 

Dear Paul,

My name is Jackie Velnoskey. I saw that you have written

Paulyanna: International Rent-boy. My question for you is: may I promote the book at the American Library Association's Midwinter Meeting & Exhibition in Boston, early January? Is costs you nothing. All I'm asking you in return is if we may add you to our book marketing email list.

I'm giving you two ALA Exhibition promotion options to choose from: 1: you may forward a copy of your book to our address (see below), and we'll display it in Boston, or 2: we'll include your work in the Hot Indy Author Guide that we're displaying and distributing during the ALA event. Either option is free. Check out our Facebook page when we report live from Boston where over 7,000 librarians are expected.

At America Star Books we have a book promotion department that does nothing but offering book promotion at the lowest fees in the nation. We attend all of the big fairs and festivals: Book Expo America, London Book Fair, Frankfurt Book Fair, Miami Book Fair International, Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, the American Library Association mid-winter and annual Conferences, Baltimore Book Festival, and so on.

All I am asking you at this time is if we may add you to our email list when we issue our next book promotion offers. You may at any time unsubscribe, and we will promptly cease sending you any further emails. America Star Books has been around for more than fifteen years, serving over 60,000 authors. Participating in book promotion is entirely optional.

 

Thank you for considering this opportunity. I am looking forward to hearing back from you.

--Jackie Velnoskey

America Star Books Special Services, manager

301-744-7589

P.O. Box 184

Frederick, MD 21705

 

Reply judith barrow
2:21 PM on June 2, 2013 

It all reads pognantly well. keep going and all the best. have followed you on Twitter . http://www.judithbarrow.com

Reply RDMPC
3:25 PM on June 1, 2013 

I love your site.  I hope all is going well for you. :) 

Reply Raymond Saint-Pierre
8:20 PM on May 28, 2013 

As a Jurassic queer street boy who worked the Stonewall Inn in the 60s, then the streets of New York in the 70s and 80s; I can only tell you that one lesson I've learned as a minor queer poet is that I am my own best editor and always rewrite. that way I find the true integrity of my voice's honesty and the right words to capture and express it. Keep on it, youngster:-)) I came out of the manure pits of cuntry farm life in backwoods New England and Quebec, but survived as you have. Let others know how. 

Reply dwayne brown
11:19 AM on March 21, 2013 

Thanks, for the interesting read

Reply Gavin Owen
8:20 AM on March 9, 2013 

Hello.

 

i have enjoyed looking through your website, and reading the stories and looking at the photos, extremely moving and can't wait for more

 

i wish you well in the publishing, and I hope it does get published as I would like to read it all.........

 

PIus I have added you via twitter @timewarp1974 , and thanks for adding back :-)

 

all the best

 

Gav

Reply coleen
12:42 PM on March 4, 2013 

wow is all I can say ! what a fanastic snippet of the book that you gave us to read!! I jut wished when we was at school together in 1980-1985 that we knew what you was going through & maybe we could have helped more! As Lisa said the book has a very happy ending and you deserve it ! let us know when the book goes on sale as I will be one of the first to buy a copy !!! Good luck with the book :D xx

Reply Michael Leedy
12:28 AM on March 2, 2013 

I look forward to hearing more of your story.  It really made me smile.  I wish you the best with this.

Do you have a list for people to signup to?  If not... I use Aweber to collect names/emails and stay in contact with them for my buisness.  I bet it would be helpfull for you to stay in contact with your fans as well.  (not to metion, when you're ready to publish... if you went to 'publishers' with with a fanbase in-hand - - that would be nice leverage) 

Look forward to more

Ciao,
Michael Leedy

PS:  It sounds like a killer screne play too, ps  :D


Reply Andy Seale
1:31 PM on March 1, 2013 

Inspiring stuff. What I enjoy about reading your story is that I not only learned a lot about you but I also felt I learned something about myself and life's crazy journey in general. Thanks so much for sharing! :-) 

 

Reply lisa candal
8:48 AM on March 1, 2013 
Well worth a read , gritty at times, truthfully and believable,turned out a good ending . We all love good endings .