You can now download Scent of the Wild from Amazon onto your e-reader!
I am thrilled to announce this and owe it to the diligence and patience of my husband who did all the heavy lifting.
So get the Scent of the Wild electronically and enjoy the story!
Available now on Amazon!
Last Thursday evening was an author’s dream. Surrounded by family, some nearby and some from far away, and about 75 friends, I got to read from my novel Scent of the Wild. We had food from Old Capitol Grill & Smokehouse and Cheese Ranch, both in Golden. Staff from the Golden History Museum went out of their way to make the evening stress-free for me and totally comfortable and enjoyable for the guests.
So grateful to all who made it a wonderful, memorable event!
Surrounded by family!
Thanks to all of you who have asked how you can order a copy of Scent of the Wild.
Price of each book is $16.95 and add Golden tax for a total of $18.25. If you write your check for $20, that covers part of the shipping cost. Make all checks out to me and send them to
1337 North Ford St Golden CO 80403
Be sure to include the US mailing address where you would like the book to go. Special pricing for 10+ copies ordered at the same time and shipped to the same address. And I would love to talk to your bookclub via FaceTime or Skype!
Available now! See purchasing info here.
So far, reviews are good! I hope you enjoy reading it, too.
Wildly famous fiction writer Robin Black (Life Drawing, Crash Course) has this to say about Scent of the Wild.
Robin Black and Andi Pearson
is a beautiful, memorable book, threaded through with stunning poetry…so much wisdom here. So real and powerful a world. Andi Pearson has given us readers a true gift.
Scent of the Wild is $16.95 and with Golden tax, $18.25. You can order by sending a check for $20 to 1337 N. Ford Street Golden CO 80403 and I will drop a signed copy in the mail to you. Be sure to include your address.
After quite a journey, my novel, Scent of the Wild, is available! The journey began at a writing workshop at the Taos Summer Writers Conference in 2010 – yes, it’s been a seven year process.
Like many writers today, I am self published. I used BookMasters in Ohio and they did an excellent job. I also had outstanding editors (plural), an attentive page layout desigenr and a cover designer who created exactly what I envisioned (never mind that I had to fire the first one because we just didn’t have the same image in mind). All these folks and a number of friends and fellow writers gave their input and expertise and the result is definitely something of which I am proud.
You can order a copy here – $16.95 plus tax in Golden brings it to $18.25. You can send me a check or I can charge it for you and I’m happy to mail (or drop it by your house) if that works.
I hope you enjoy the read!
Come celebrate the release of
Scent of the Wild
A novel of abandonment and choices set in Colorado’s natural beauty
By Andi Gregory Pearson
Thursday, October 26, 2017
5 – 6:30 pm
Golden History Museum
923 10th Street in Golden
via email or call 720 255-2808
Can’t wait to see you there!
Most of you who follow my blog – and therefore, follow me – know I’ve spent time querying agents and searching for a publisher for my novel. That’s all behind me now. This week, I signed a contract and made a deposit with BookMasters in Ohio to self-publish my story. And I think I’ve finished tweaking some of the details that had been on my mind. And I’ve sent out requests for blurbs – and three full printed copies of the manuscript. One blurb is in hand and the other two are underway (and yes, I was surprised at who was enthusiastic to help and who was not and one I never even got a reply from).
So off we go. A new adventure is underway and I’m involved with enthusiasm and with gratitude for all those who have helped me on this journey and for all those who are currently helping me. Each step is fun and interesting and educational for me. I’ll keep you posted.
Well, first, second or third place would have been nice. But even an Honorable Mention is enough to keep me going.
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It’s amazing when a story brushes up against your real life; it feels as if the characters might pass you on the street.
On August 9, 1854, Henry David Thoreau’s Walden was first published.
There are 144 days left in this year. What will you publish??