Location, location, location.
It matters in real estate, and it matters in marketing a new novel.
That’s why we were delighted to see Maggie Vaults Over the Moon positioned right alongside actress Kirstie Alley’s new memoir, The Art of Men (I Prefer Mine Al Dente), in the Local Author’s section of this month’s edition of East Wichita News.
The Emmy Award winning actress’s new book is on sale now at the city’s premier bookstore, Watermark Books & Cafe, which was founded in 1977 and located in the heart of College Hill, on the southwest corner of Douglas and Oliver in the Lincoln Heights Village shopping center. Maggie Vaults Over the Moon is currently available on Watermark’s Online bookstore, and, hopefully, will find its way onto the store’s bookshelves as well. (If you want to support a great independent bookstore, please order Maggie through this portal).
Many thanks to the East Wichita News for supporting local authors (both Kirstie Alley and Grant Overtake were born and raised in Wichita). And, congratulations to this historic hyper-local newspaper as it celebrates its 30th year of publication.