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My Science Fiction Books are on Display at Lino’s Auto Repairs Inc.
Posted by Peter Kazmaier
I have, for many years, had my vehicles serviced at Lino’s Auto Repairs. Dimitri, the current owner, has not only given me excellent service, but from time to time amazed me as he was able to solve troublesome, intermittent faults that occurred with my vehicles.
One time when I brought in my vehicle in for service, Dimitri noticed a decal advertising my books. We began talking about Science Fiction and I realized he was an SF fan. He purchased The Halcyon Dislocation and then, after reading the first one, all of my other books as they came out.
Just recently Dimitri suggested that I set up a display of my books in his waiting room. What an opportunity for me! As an Indie author, the challenge amid the hundreds of thousands of titles perpetually in print, is getting noticed enough for interested readers to find your books and give them a try. We have all found ourselves in an automobile repair waiting room, tired of reading the paper or bored with checking our phones. Perhaps some will give my books a try.
Thank you for your great service Dimitri and for this opportunity to display my books!
Posted in Coventry 2091, Getting-The-Word-Out, Independent (Indie) Authors, Science Fiction, The Battle for Halcyon, The Coventry Chronicles, The Dragons of Sheol, The Halcyon Cycle, The Halcyon Dislocation
Tags: Auto Repairs, Independent (Indie) Authors, Science Fiction, SciFi, The Battle for Halcyon, The Dragons of Sheol, The Halcyon Cycle, The Halcyon Dislocation