Posts tagged “book signing

My New Book is Available NOW!

For anyone interested in my new book, Gifts Not Yet Given, I’m happy to announce that it is available now in paperback and e-book. Click the link for the reviews and quotes thus far–I’m very thrilled!

Gifts Not Yet GivenIf you’re looking for a holiday read or gift, I hope you consider this!  It’s a mix of short stories, with a variety of characters–young/old, gay/straight, people of varying ethnicities and faiths–all united by their shared humanity.  Each of the characters is facing a choice of how to best move forward in life, and celebrates our commonalities.  I like to think of it as a gift that can expand hearts and open minds! 🙂

Order now at Indie Bound (Independent Book Stores), Barnes and Noble, Amazon, or at your favorite book sellers!

For those in the Orange County, CA, area, join us at the book launch party at Eikon Home & Gift on Friday November 15th, 6-8PM.  Facebook event details are here.  Stop by and say “hi,” share a glass of wine, or buy a book and peruse the wonderful items in the shop.  I look forward to seeing you!


Meet Kergan Edwards-Stout at the Rainbow Book Fair/NYC!

2011 Indie Lit Award short-listed for his critically acclaimed debut novel,  Songs for the New Depression, Kergan Edwards-Stout will be appearing at the Rainbow Book Fair in New York City, on Saturday March 24th, from 11:00AM-5:30PM.  The 
4th Annual New York Rainbow Book Fair will have more than 1OO publishers, writers, poets, editors, and booksellers, with over 15OO readers, and admission is free.  Come meet Kergan, get your book signed, and discuss and ask questions of the author.

Kergan will be donating 20% of the day’s book proceeds to the NYC LGBT Center.

Other exciting writers attending include Gregory G. Allen, Brian Centrone, David G. Hallman, Ken Harrison (of Seventh Window), Alina Oswald, and Arthur Wooten.

4th ANNUAL NEW YORK RAINBOW BOOK FAIR
Saturday, March 24, 2012
11am–5:30pm
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center
208 West 13th Street    NYC