Thanks to the Bookstores

Many thanks to the following independent bookstores in Vermont who hosted signings for “Vermont Wild” Volume One and Two this fall:
Annie’s Bookstop in Rutland
Better Planet Books in St. Albans and Bristol
Phoenix Books in Essex
Bear Pond Books in Montpelier and Stowe
Bridgeside Books in Waterbury
Haymaker Books & Gifts in Stowe and the
Vermont Book Shop in Middlebury.
You folks helped make Vermont Wild a best seller again this holiday season – the second year in a row!
Kudos to YOU!

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NOTE TO CUSTOMERS:


SATURDAY, December 17, 2011:
If you get us your book order via email before 1 p.m. (Monday through Friday), we will do our very best to get it in the mail to you the same day.   Media mail (called “Economy” in your choices here at Paypal) in Vermont, is treated like first class mail, so you should get your books in one or two days.  No need to pay more.

BUT if you want us to mail your books out of state, then, you may want to consider “priority” if you really want the books there by Christmas.  We’ve been told media mail/economy will sink to the bottom of the postal service’s bag during the holiday rush!!!  Your choice!  Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

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Meet the Author, Get your book signed.

MIDDLEBURY, VT –  Come have your copies of Vermont Wild, Volume One or Two signed by Author Megan Price at the Vermont Book Shop, Main Street, Middlebury, SATURDAY December 10th, from 1 to 2:30 pm.  These Vermont Wild stories are loved by readers aged 10 to 100.  The books make great holiday gifts for anyone who loves the outdoors and likes to laugh! See you there!

 

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Cover Shot Vermont Wild Vol 2

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Volume 2 of Vermont Wild Hot Off the Press!

October 17, 2011  –  Hot off the press, Vermont Wild, Volume 2, containing more hilarious  stories from retired Vermont game wardens is being distributed to stores now.

Volume One, containing more than a dozen stories from veteran warden Eric Nuse of Johnson, was  one of Vermont’s runaway best selling books over the 2010 holiday season at many stores.

Volume 2 has a few more of Eric’s stories and introduces readers to other retired wardens and their equally wacky  adventures.  Volume 2 story titles include: 4WD, Stowe Turkey, Tick Trail, Dog Fish, Fly Trap, Track Star, Search Warrant, the Skinny Goose and many more. 

Published in paperback, Volume 2 contains 300 pages and as just as in Volume One, each story is illustrated.  Both volumes feature a full color laminated water resistent cover and is designed to slide into a backpack and taken into the woods for a great day of reading – or enjoyed over a cup of hot chocolate before a wood fire on a snowy winter day.

These stories have proven to be a hit with ages 9 to 99, both women and men.  The book makes a great holiday gift.

The book is on sale at independent bookstores throughout Vermont as well as Dakin Farms, Shelburne Farms, the Vermont Historical Society and a long list of shops throughout Vermont.   Support your local stores!

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PUBLISHING WORKSHOP OFFERED

October 1, 2011 –  Megan Price, author of the Green Mountain State’ best selling 2011 book, “Vermont Wild”  will lead a seminar for adults interested in publishing their own book at Champlain Valley Union High School, October 24th, 2011 from 4 to 6 pm.

Learn if self publishing is right for you, along with tips on getting help and pitfalls to avoid,  from this award winning journalist and author.

Class size is limited.  Handouts will be made available. Cost is $20.  Email access@cvuhs.org or call 802-482-7194 to enroll.

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EBOOK NOW AVAILABLE


September 1, 2011 – Pine Marten Press announces the release of Vermont Wild, Volume One in all ebook formats.   The book is available through Amazon.com only in ebook form, at a cost of $9.95, as well as Smashwords and other vendors.

“It is our goal to support independent bookstores and other small businesses. That requires distributing the book in it’s original form –  in paperback with a full color cover, ”  author Megan Price said.

“But we respect the desire of a growing number of readers to obtain an ebook version of the book and to satisfy those customers, we have Vermont Wild available in this format.

“But for folks who want Eric or I or Bob to sign their book, an ebook does presents some challenges,” Price laughed.

Anyhow, we did it for you.

So, if ebooks  are your thing – enjoy!

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