FLOAT is afloat!

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Midge Raymond

Ashland Creek Press co-founder Midge Raymond is the author of the award-winning short story collection FORGETTING ENGLISH and a novel, MY LAST CONTINENT. Learn more at MidgeRaymond.com.

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If you haven’t yet picked up your copy of JoeAnn Hart‘s new novel, Float, you’ll have plenty of opportunities!

If you’re in New England, you can go to one of JoeAnn’s many upcoming events. (Below is a photo from her book launch party at the Rocky Neck Cultural Center, which was a Shelf Awareness Image of the Day. JoeAnn, on the right, is pictured with cover artist Karen Ristuben. Thanks to Kim Smith for all the great book launch party photos!)

 

If you’re on Goodreads, you can enter JoeAnn’s Float giveaway.

And check out some of the amazing interviews and guest posts JoeAnn has been so busy doing … 

For Valentine’s Day, JoeAnn wrote about how Float and Ashland Creek Press found each other in this article on Book Divas.

She also wrote about going from a big publishing house (with her first novel, Addled) to a small press on Writeliving’s blog.

JoeAnn was interviewed by Southern New Hampshire University’s Penmen Review, in which she talked about the writing process, characterization, and plot — a great post for both readers and writers.

Check out this TV interview with JoeAnn on Cape Ann Report.

And, finally, don’t neglect to check out JoeAnn’s own blog, where she writes about the issues woven subtly into the storyline of Float — plastics in the oceans and how we can help save the planet, step by baby step.

Congratulations to JoeAnn! 

 JoeAnn & Float

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  Comments: 3


  1. Thanks Ashland Creek for keeping track!


  2. Thanks to YOU, JoeAnn, for all that you’re doing! You have so much going on that it’s hard to keep track … 🙂 It’s so fun to see FLOAT reaching its happy readers.


  3. Thanks to Gail McCarthy for this wonderful article in the Gloucester Times about JoeAnn & FLOAT:
    http://www.gloucestertimes.com/lifestyle/x1874093953/Gloucester-resident-tackles-plastics-problem-in-novel