Holiday Shopping

Remember, the Holiday Market at Ijams Nature Center is this Sunday, Nov. 27, 10 to 3. Come by and say hello, check out all the fine artists and crafters, and do a little shopping.

Also, if you’re not in the area or can’t make it on Sunday, the Boone series print versions are at Union Avenue Books in downtown Knoxville. Print versions of my children’s books are at Ijams and available on Amazon. 

Ebook versions of the Boone series and my other novels are available on Amazon, Apple Books, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, and Google Play.

Back-to-Back Posts #1 – Next Festival

I’ve got two things to post about that are pretty unrelated, so I’ll write this one now, and follow it later today or sometime tomorrow with a much longer one, an update on my granddaughter’s progress.

After more than a year off for the pandemic, I’m back to attending local festivals with my children’s books and the Boone series. The most recent additions are the fifth book in the Boone series, Choosing Family, and a children’s book, That Doesn’t Belong Here! I’ve got a couple more starting to take shape in my mind; more on those as they develop.

This weekend, Oct 22 and 23, I’ll be at the Mountain Makins Festival in Morristown, at the Rose Center. My table will be in Prater Hall in the Authors’ Corner. This is my first time at this festival, and I’m looking forward to trying it out. The weather is supposed to be nice, so stop by if you’re in the neighborhood and say hello. Love to see you. 

New Videos of Children’s Books

This morning I’m introducing a new option for those of you who are interested in my children’s books. All four are available (English versions only)  as Youtube videos on my channel, House Mountain Views.

Print copies are, of course, still available on Amazon and through my website in both English and Spanish versions. Please visit the site, take a look, and if you enjoy the video order a print copy or two. Or three. 

I hope everyone’s coping with this wildfire/hurricane/political madness/social upheaval/pandemic season we’re working our way through as best we can.

Stay safe and keep in touch,

Jim