PAINTSVILLE — Author and Big Sandy Community and Technical College employee Daphene Kirk Goble has received the honor of having a story, entitled, ‘The Appalachian Way,” published by Kentucky Story, in an anthology called, “Appalachian Story.”
“Appalachian Story,” edited by Ashley Parker Owens, is available in print and e-book forms. It is available for purchase at Amazon.com, Amazon Europe, Barnes and Noble and CreateSpace eStore. The book will also be available at expanded distribution channels such as libraries, schools, university book stores and other online retailers in the coming weeks.
The anthology is a delightful collection of stories about Appalachia. The book contains 18 stories by select Appalachian authors, including Timothy B. Dodd, Kristin Matly Dennis, Elizabeth Glass, Tom Sheehan, Meghan Kennedy, G.C. Compton, John Lavelle, Heather Adams, Cecile Dixon, Annie-Rose Fondaw, Casey Clabough, Jenean McBrearty, Keith Stewart, Bill Vernon, Kent Tankersley, Nancy Gall-Clayton, Daphene Kirk Goble and Thaddeus Rutkowski.
“Appalachian Story” is published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. It contains 304 pages of Appalachian tales. The cost of the book is $16.99 and it is available for immediate purchase at https://www.createspace.com/4103315 and http://www.amazon.com/Appalachian-Story-anthology-several-authors/dp/1481295209/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1357755131&sr=1-2.
For more information about “Appalachian Story,” contact Ashley Parker Owens at firstname.lastname@example.org.