Don't forget! Visit the Little White Cabin booth (440) at the Decatur Book Festival in Decatur, GA this weekend.

If you've already gotten a copy of The Book of Cain or The Relic: A Sea Story, bring it for an author signature and selfie.

Or just come to shoot the breeze and support Jeff and the team as they try to gin up some action as one of the new kids on the publishing block.

We'll have books to sell, cool posters to gawk at, and podcasts, audiobooks, and songs to listen to, and we can use all the help we can get to make this first try a success.

If you can't make it, you can bag yourself a copy of The Book of Cain or The Relic at my author page on Amazon.

In this video I tell the story of how a simple question from a shipmate 40 years ago haunted me until my father's death in 2013, when it inspired me to build the Little White Cabin as a workshop for stories, songs, and marvels. And today we launch our newest work of fiction, The Relic: A Sea Story.

Get The Relic at Amazon here:

Unveiling now a series of posters to show Little White Cabin's offerings and story--just in time to display at the Decatur Book Festival on Labor Day weekend in Decatur, Georgia. There's one each for our books, The Book of Cain and The Relic, one for Oscar's podcast, one for my EP House on Fire, and one telling the story of how the Little White Cabin came to be.

For those of you interested in the sausage-making, we established an 18x24" PowerPoint slide for each, arranged the art and sized the text box accordingly, then exported it as a PDF and uploaded that into Their tool didn't convert some of our larger text fonts well, so we used fonts provided on the site, and that seemed to work well. Still, Signs gave us a warning that some of our fonts should be framed, but the proof viewer showed the result to be OK, so we just went with it. Turned out fine.

When you come to the Festival, look for our new posters at Exhibit Booth 440. Hope to see you there.