Attention, libraries! Please carry Sunnyville Stories Volume 1!

I have a special blog post here.  I’m calling on all of you out there, both regular readers and visitors, who encounter this blog entry.

Sunnyville Volume 1 Library Mailer


For the past few months, I’ve been sending out direct mail to libraries all over the Southern USA.  So far, my first trade paperback is being carried in a handful of libraries.  That’s not bad for a first-timer with his very first book.  However, I cannot rest on my laurels.  

I need to get my book into MANY MORE libraries.  That’s where you come in.

If you represent or are affiliated with a library, please acquire a copy of my book for your library’s collection.  Sunnyville Stories Volume 1 (ISBN 978-0-615-65392-1) is readily available through the wholesaler Brodart Books, which deals exclusively with the library trade.

The first volume of Sunnyville Stories has gotten promising reviews from a number of sources such as the Library Journal and the Midwest Book Review.  You can’t argue with strong reviews like those.

But what if you’re not connected with a library?  You can still help.  Please tell your local library that you want a copy of Sunnyville Stories Volume 1.  It can be ordered through Brodart or it can be ordered direct from its publisher, Different Mousetrap Press.

If you are outside the United States of America and would like to carry my book in your library, you may not be able to order through Brodart but you can still order from me direct.

For ordering Sunnyville Stories Volume 1, contact Brodart Company or you can contact my company at or send an order to the following mailing address:

Different Mousetrap Press LLC, PO Box 1321, Greensboro, NC 27403 United States of America

Remember – I can’t do this without your help.  So please spread the word and encourage your libraries to carry my book.

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About Max West

I am a freelance artist and the creator of Sunnyville Stories, an independent slice-of-life comics series.
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