Tell the Turning is Sold Out!

I got the astonishing news from Bored Wolves this week that Tell the Turning has sold out its first print run. 500 copies, in about five and a half months. Small beans in the publishing scheme of things, but I’m feeling pleased and grateful.

We’re talking dates for a second print run.

Meanwhile, if you want a first edition, multiple independent bookstores have one. Or had one, at least. Stefan Lorenzutti, of Bored Wolves, can connect you with a friendly local shop as nearby as possible. He’s reachable on instagram, or by email at wolf.eats.plum @ gmail dot com.

You can also check out at copy from the Lake Oswego Public Library (which will send it to any library in Clackamas County, Oregon for you to pick up.) If you’re not local to the Portland area, request an Interlibrary Loan.

9 thoughts on “Tell the Turning is Sold Out!

  1. Congrats, Tara! I’ve been cheering on you and your work. I had hoped to order a copy, but life got a bit hectic with several moves in the past couple years. I had hoped to order once we’ve settled in, but that just hasn’t happened in this crazy housing market. I hope to be landed in time for the 2nd ed. Well done!

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  2. Congratulations Tara Proud of you and happy for you. Dean Shepersky

    On Wed, Mar 16, 2022 at 1:05 PM Tara K. Shepersky wrote:

    > Tara K. Shepersky posted: ” I got the astonishing news from Bored Wolves > this week that Tell the Turning has sold out its first print run. 500 > copies, in about five and a half months. Small beans in the publishing > scheme of things, but I’m feeling pleased and grateful.We’re talking” >

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  3. Congratulations, Tara. I am so proud of you! Keep up the good writing. I am going to talk to Doug when he gets back from trip about getting group together SOON!

    Hugs, Heather

    Sent from my iPad

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