Thursday, May 17, 2007

Gaviota lives!

At long, long last I have in hand--physcially in my hand (except I've put it down in order to type this post)--Gaviota, the self-published novel that I started writing a decade ago. It has been a long journey, much of it trying to find an agent and bigtime publisher (spent a year with one agent, only to have the single offer of publication we received turn to naught after months of maybe's). So I decided, what the hell, self-publish. Save a tree, get a solid book in hand, worth more than two leafy manuscripts in the box. And so forth.

Sooo--Gaviota may be found at the publisher's website,, where (if you're so inclined) it may also be purchased in hard-copy trade paperback form or as an ebook. It's also available in hard-copy at

My own website,, which is presently under construction, will soon contain additional information about Gaviota.

This is kinda fun!


Unknown said...

Congratulations! Your friends are proud and happy for you.

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corewell said...

That's really good news, Erik.
I'm so glad you've found your voice.
Congratulations! You don't give up, do you? That song has just got to come out!!