I spent a beautiful Saturday in downtown Louisville, Mississippi, yesterday, taking part in a book signing event at the Winston County Library. I hit the road about 4:30 in the morning, watched the sun come up over some truly lovely farmland while zipping over tidy county highways, and in general had a very nice time there. Although I'm told the turn out was fairly low, I thought the flow of folks traipsing through the front room set aside for us was decent and steady. So, no complaints from yours truly. I even got a chance to tour through a ninety-year-old movie theatre, The Strand.
Many thanks to Andy Childress for all the work he put in organizing and promoting the gathering.
A. CHRISTOPHER DROWN is a native of Brunswick, Maine, who currently lives in Tennessee just outside of Memphis. He has published several short stories as well as a collection of poetry, and is also an award-winning graphic designer.
His first novel, A Mage of None Magic, received the 2010 Darrell Award for Best Novel.