by Tim Sink
We have been pleased to have Lucy E.— Road to Victory well-received by
so many readers. We are certain that many who visit Rutland Magazine have purchased or read about Lucy, and we are grateful to the many bookstores
in the region that bought the book and continue to keep it on their
shelves. Cassie gets lots of good feedback and the story of Lucy and her
struggles resonates with readers. We put a lot of thought and team effort
into making Lucy E. — Road To Victory of comparable quality with the best in
trade paperback editions.
People always ask Cassie
“what’s your next book
going to be about?” As
someone who’s known
her almost 30 years, I can
tell you that I am certain
there are other stories
floating around in that
As said above, we are
truly pleased to have the
story so well-received.
Sadly one of our best
outlets, Annie’s Bookstop,
is no longer with
us but we hope Dennis
and Marsene are
enjoying a happy retirement.
Recently we were
at a doctors’ office
and we came to
the awareness of
the degree to which reading is all about
choices. In the waiting room one person
had an iPad, someone else had a hardcover
novel, someone else had a magazine,
while a fourth person had an iPhone.
One thing we hear people ask is if Lucy
E. is available in a Kindle edition and we
know folks who read only eBooks. So we
are pleased to say that Lucy E.— Road To
Victory is now available for Kindle and
iPad. A special thanks is due our talented
art director Jenny Buono for guiding us
through the process.
If you would like to have Lucy in your
Kindle or iPad library, visit amazon.
com or the iBookstore. The eBook sells
for $3.99. Of course, if you are of the
persuasion that still likes the feel of a
book in hand, there are copies available.
Visit Marcia’s Hallmark or Book King in
Rutland, Northshire Bookstore in Manchester,
or look for the listing of locations
that appears in this edition on page 86.