I’ve had a busy morning today. Sunnyville Stories Volume 1 has been made available to some more sources. The added venues of availability should make this independent comics series more visible to readers.
First, if anyone has an IPad, Sunnyville Stories episode 2 through 5 are available over at Lush Comics. Just get the app from the site and you can purchase downloadable copies of the Sunnyville comics to your tablet.
Copies of Sunnyville Stories Volume 1 as well as the individual issues are available through the mail order company, M&T Comics and Cards. This is a New Jersey-based mail-order house operated by two very nice people, Mike and Lia. I’m unable to link to the site here because they stock adult material. You should be able to find them though through a search engine query.
Two more copies of Sunnyville volume 1 were dropped off earlier at the Housing Works Bookstore Cafe. Located at 126 Crosby Street in the borough of Manhattan in New York, this bookstore stocks all sorts of books and is open Monday through Friday 10am to 9pm as well as Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 5pm. All profits from here go to help charity so if you buy my comics here, you’re also helping out the needy.
A single copy is also available at Desert Island in Brooklyn, New York. This store is located at 540 Metropolitan Avenue in the neighborhood of Williamsburg and is open seven days a week. They have one copy at present but if it sells within 30 days, I will be able to provide them with more.
Should you not be able to get copies through these retailers, you can always buy Sunnyville Stories Volume 1 as well as the other individual episodes through Indy Planet.
So help out the cause of independent comics and pick up your copy of my work today.