Nick May (Megabelt) and Lee Baker (noise flash) were featured in the Panama City NewsHerald last month. Nick May has also created quite an active Facebook page, which keeps up with his book in much more detail.
No, they're not related, except as they both have to do with Energion authors. On Energion.net, Energion author Nick May asks whether The Word on the Street is a Bible. As for Black Tuesdays, these don't have to do with the color black, but with David Alan Black, author of Why Four Gospels?. Mark Stevens…
I congratulate you on the publication of Megabelt. I recently read the difference between a writer and an author: an author has not only had the self-discipline to write, but has rewritten, revised, sent it off to editors and done whatever was necessary to get it published. You have done all of this and done it well. Your prepublication promotion puts you far ahead of most authors.
You can find more at Megabelt.info.
The first copies of Megabelt arrived today and will be on their way to the release party tomorrow evening. Here’s author Nick May with his nose in his newly released book: Nick May Reading the First Copy of Megabelt Congratulations Nick on your first book!
This is a reminder of upcoming events: Our blogging/essay contest. Discussion of this has been light so far, which surprises me, since we’re offering a $25 B&N gift card as part of first prize, and who wouldn’t want one of those? In addition, it’s a contest for doing what many of you do anyhow-blogging! The…
Megabelt Release – October 30
The first reading of Nick May’s forthcoming book Megabelt has been scheduled. Date: October 30, 2009 Time: 7:00 PM Location: Axis Venue, Northstar Church, Panama City, FL Link to directions: On Northstar Church web site In addition to the reading, copies of the book will be available for sale and the author will sign.