Fey Publishing and I have parted ways.
There is a long, convoluted reason for why, but I bear the company no ill will and wish them and their authors many years of success.
I pulled WTRS from publication. If you are still interested in obtaining a copy, I have a few left, and when they are gone, that’s it, unless I decide to release it again in a form I am happier with.
You can read the whole review over at wtrs.info (click the “What People Are Saying” link). Here is the best part though:
Welcome To River Street is nothing if not suspenseful. Intriguingly crafted as a novella and two short stories, Levy’s mind-bending tale of curious mystery is guaranteed to stretch the imagination and confound any sense of logic and reason. Decidedly unconventional, Levy’s circuitous storytelling style is well suited to deliver such a disturbingly compelling account of fantastical strangeness, and she does a masterful job of suspending disbelief long enough to deliver one twisted, unexpected surprise after another. A highly engrossing read.
Official Apex Reviews Rating: 4 stars
Links to other reviews:
New WTRS Review Excerpt
More WTRS Comments
These comments are from madforbooks on LibraryThing who received a review copy of the book directly from me. She left them in comments on my LibraryThing profile:
Michelle’s story kept my interest all the way to the end. … I think your ideas were great and it is plain to see you have talent for writing. I would love to see what you do next.
I am literally bouncing in my chair over this new review of Welcome To River Street!
Tracy Evans writes:
Amy M. Levy’s first book is a treasure. If you’re a fan of good writing combined with good storylines, this book is a must. I would recommend it to anyone, especially people who like a little mystery and strangeness in their lives. Ms. Levy brings bewildering beauty to you via her words, and you’ll be left to roam the fantastical world of Michelle, Cynthia, and the woman downstairs. I can assure you that this book will be one you’ll reread, probably more than once. It’s just that good.
Please, go read the whole quote about the book. It is wonderful!