Welcome to the official site for the writer, Kameron Sawtelle.
Kameron's first book The Homecoming Blackout is available for purchase now as is his newly printed second work The Tragedy of a Friday Night in April. He is currently working on several new projects. This site will keep you up to date on news and happenings pertaining to Kameron's books and provide you first look access to his new writings. Check back frequently for news and happenings. The links to the left will help you navigate the site and give you all of the information you need on the author, his works and special events.
Here are the details for my book signing:
Location: Fiddle and Whistle Irish Pub
20 W. Main Street
Marshalltown, IA, 50158
Time: January 19, 2013 7pm-10pm
I am going to be selling copies of both books at the release party. You can pick up discounted copies, signed by the author himself. I will be selling my newest release, The Tragedy of a Friday Night in April, for only $15! That is a savings of $12.95 over online ordering. I will be selling copies of my first book, The Homecoming Blackout for only $10. That is a savings of $14.95 over online ordering. I will be selling both books in a package for only $20. That is a total savings of $27.90!
Not only will you save a lot of money but you will also have your copies of both books signed by me. Coming to the official release party will also give you the opportunity to have some stellar drinks at the finest watering hole in Marshalltown. Fiddle and Whistle has top notch service, drinks and staff. This will be a great night!
If you can't make it to the official release party, you can pick up a copy of my books from the link below.
I am going to continue work on my newest manuscript later this week. Make sure you check back for updates on that as well. I plan on writing and releasing books until the day I die and it's all because of the support that I have received from my friends, family members and all of you. Thank you so much! Check out the news below for links to my official Facebook group and make sure to check back with this group frequently for chances to win my books for free or to help make decisions on what my next work will be.
I will be posting dates and times for my public appearances on the Facebook group and on this site as well. No venue is too small and no Central Iowa location is off limits! If you have a line on a possible venue for me to do an appearance, let me hear it! Bars, restaurants, libraries, movie theaters, book clubs or even a private get together at your home will be considered. I want to make this book a "big one" and I can't do it without your help and support. Hit me up at email@example.com if you have some ideas for me.
The Tragedy of a Friday Night in April is the story of one day in the life of 18 year old Winston Quick.
Winston is a senior in high school who is struggling with the fact that growing up is inevitable. With just a few short weeks until his high school graduation, Winston is beginning to question everything that he knows. His punk rock rhetoric and views are starting to feel old.
To add to the confusion, he has just met the girl of his dreams. She is challenging his ideas and ideals and making him see himself in a new light. A daring public act of defiance has made him the target of a violent group of peers. After a falling out with his mother, he is left homeless. Even the group of friends that he considers to be his family may be turning against him.
With his life spinning out of control, Winston must find out who he really is and where he will go from here. This Friday night will be a defining or redefining moment in the teen's life. Now the only question is, which path will he choose?
Action, romance and humor abound in this work that will take you back to the Spring of 1999. Prepare for a wild ride in this tale of an eventful night.
Buy the book today from Publish America by clicking the link below!