May 17, 2013 - 9:30am
Blackwyrm Publishing is giving away a Kindle and other prizes
Local publishing company Blackwyrm Publishing is giving away a Kindle and a ton of books, and there are lots of ways to enter the drawing for no cost.
Local publishing company Blackwyrm Publishing is giving away a Kindle and a ton of books, and there are lots of ways to enter the drawing for no cost.
March 29, 2013 - 12:44pm
Louisville author holds online contest leading to Easter Nashville appearance
Local author L Andrew Cooper is holding a contest on his Facebook page. Winner to be announced Sunday at Nashville's Full Moon Horror Festival
From now through Sunday, Louisville author and Horror Association of America member L. Andrew Cooper is holding a drawing on  his Facebook page and giving free books to the winner. Cooper’s novel Burning the Middle Ground and many other books and movies feature events on...
February 21, 2013 - 4:48pm
L. Andrew Cooper runs Facebook contest with release of new horror book Burning t
What would you do with mind control powers? Answer to be eligible to win!
Local author L. Andrew Cooper says that he would sneak to watch horror films as a kid and then keep his parents up all night with his nightmares. He's been fascinated with horror since he was very young and is now a member of the Horror Authors Association. He recently released a new horror...
February 21, 2013 - 4:59pm
Last day: Over a dozen free Ebooks from local company Blackwyrm Publishing
You can download over a dozen free E-books from Blackwyrm Publishing until midnight (links for download included).
Louisville's own Blackwyrm Publishing is offering over a dozen free Ebooks through midnight tonight that can be downloaded from Amazon.com. Despite common misconception, you do not have to have a kindle to read the books. After you click to download the title, you are given the option to read...
October 2, 2012 - 11:20am
Toga Party or book signing? Michael Williams reads from and signs "Vine: An Urba
U of L professor and author Michael Williams will be offering a Q & A session in addition to reading and signing his latest book "Vine: An Urban Legend", which is described as greek tragedy meets urban legend. Although paper tragedie masks are provided to the first 75 to arrive, people are encouraged to bring their own toga.
Michael Williams is a Humanities professor at the University of Louisville who will be reading and signing his book  Vine: An Urban Legend in the Chao Auditorium located in the lower level of the Ekstrom Library on Tuesday, October 2 at 6 p.m. The book is described as "greek tragedy...