Swimming the Echo

Event Pictures from Star Line Books – Swimming the Echo

Many thanks for the attendance at last week’s Q&A, Reading, & Signing at Star Line Books in downtown Chattanooga! It was a great return to that wonderful independent bookstore. Sharing Swimming the Echo and its construction with everyone was a fantastic time. The questions were thoughtful and welcomed! Hope to see you at the next…

If One Person could design your Book Cover, who would it be?

  One artist to design your book. For me, that’s a loaded question, because some of the best covers (EVER) have been released in just the past 3-5 years! What’s your favorite cover of all-time? And I’m not exaggerating. To the point where I lose focus of content and forget about the story itself. I mean,…

2017 Writerly Happenings

Hi, folks! Here are 3 more exciting “writerly” events happening this summer: July 14th – SWIMMING THE ECHO Book signing/reading, with fellow EKU alums of the Bluegrass Writers Studio at 1:45 – 5pm (Crabbe Library, EKU campus).   July 17th – As many have possibly seen online, we’re close to booking a screening of the Two Bird…

Q&A: Brian L. Tucker

Questions What literary pilgrimages have you gone on? In 3 years I’ve seen 3 distinct stories. I’m never sure where the next one will go. Young adult tone has remained from Wheelman (2016) to Swimming the Echo  (2017).   What is the first book that made you cry? Honestly. A Walk to Remember. Please don’t tell anyone. I read it…

New Book – Swimming the Echo

The new book came in a wave of anticipation from my publisher yesterday. Blasting comparisons to summer reads for teens, young adults, and beyond! I was ecstatic to see it go up on their site first yesterday at: ELectioPublishing. Swimming the Echo is near and dear as it encompasses parts of southern Kentucky, including caves like…
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