Local author Blake Pitcher releases post-apocalyptic novel
December 17, 2015 - Kindle Unlimited
UTICA, N.Y. – Local author Blake Pitcher assimilated Kristen Copeland in a studio for an talk to plead his novel Letters from a Apocalypse.
The document has moved here.
The story takes place in South Texas and also locally, featuring several references to informal landmarks.
Pitcher, an partner highbrow during Herkimer College in a New Media program, pronounced writing, edition and compelling a book was a challenging, though also rewarding, process.
“Creating and edition a book overwhelmed on several of my interests, from my adore of reading and essay to book pattern and electronic graduation and distribution,” Pitcher said. “It’s a good time to be a writer, with many giveaway and low-cost technologies accessible to foster and discharge your work. It allows we to put your essay in a open globe and see how it is perceived but carrying to pass by a normal gatekeepers in publishing. we consider it encourages a farrago of voices to be listened and read.”
Taking advantage of that event has worked out good so distant for Pitcher. The book has perceived certain reviews from readers who have described it as a “compelling page-turner” and “not your standard canon story.”
“I consider what draws people to a story is that it’s unequivocally about a characters, and that a baleful events are some-more of a backdrop to their struggles,” Pitcher said.
Letters from a Apocalypse is accessible in paperback from Amazon.com and Barnes Noble online. The ebook is accessible exclusively for Kindle during Amazon.com, and can be review for giveaway by members of Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited program.
Author’s Website: http://writing.blakepitcher.com