Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Orange Alert Reading Series @ The Whistler

I would say the first reading was sucessful, and The Whistler is incredible. Here are a few pics from the reading. Thanks again to Robert Duffer, Spencer Dew, Ben Tanzer, and Stephanie Kuehnert.

Monday, November 17, 2008

J. Kaye is totally okaye!

Ok, that was lame, but the fine blogger and reviewer J. Kaye of J. Kaye's Book Blog has posted a great new review of the book. Check it out!
" Rarely do I run across a writer who makes me glad I can feel so deeply the words in a book. You are probably one of the rarest of gems and I hope more readers will tune into your books." ~ J. Kaye

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

New Review and New Cover?

No we are not changing the cover of the book, but this newly designed gem is courtesy of our new BFF's over at SOAPCHAT.NET.

In bigger and better news there is a new and glowing review of the book over at one of my favorite websites Gapers Block by the extremely intelligent Veronica Bond. Read it now!

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Alert the Press!

The current promotion has begun to generate a little buzz. Check it out!

Pete Lit Rocks it!

ApostropheCast.com has an interview and reading entitled "Ira Glass Wants to Hit Me"

S. Craig Renfroe is a god!

*update* Madore's Other Blog love the logo and for that we love them!

Most Likely is under attack at SOAPCHAT.NET ! There is a very good chance that the book will be banded in most markets... get your copy while you still can!

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Most Likely a Great Promotion!

For the entire month of November, Orange Alert Press will be offering free shipping on all orders (US only) of their debut novel Most Likely You Go Your Way and I’ll Go Mine by Chicago author Ben Tanzer. The orders must be placed through this site. In addition, the first ten orders placed in November will receive a signed copy of the book. All packages shipped in November will include a limited edition Orange Alert Press pin made by MidwestLove Art & Design, a chapbook from Kendra Steiner Editions , and a copy of Orange Pulp.