For Immediate Release
June 5, 2010–Laurel, Maryland–It’s official, Long Island, New York Fantasy author Marc Vun Kannon will join 15 fellow Echelon Press authors on the streets of Chicago for the 2010 Printers Row Lit Fest, one of the nation’s premier book festivals. As one of Echelon’s premier authors, Vun Kannon will meet fans, talk about eBooks, and sign copies of his Flame in the Bowl Fantasy series. He will sign copies of UNBINDING THE STONE and A WARRIOR MADE at Booth “FF” at the festival in Chicago, IL. You can find more information on Printers Row online or contact the Chicago Tribune.
Along with meeting Marc Vun Kannon, readers will enjoy chatting and getting autographs from Anne Carter (CAPE SEDUCTION), Joel Fox (LINCOLN’S HAND), Margot Justes (A HOTEL IN PARIS), L. J. Sellers (SECRETS TO DIE FOR), Beth Solheim (AT WITT’S END), and Chicago favorites Luisa Buehler (THE INN KEEPER) and Nero Wolfe author Robert Goldsborough (A PRESIDENT IN PERIL).
Mr. Vun Kannon was born in Bethpage, Long Island. After surviving his teen age years, he entered Hofstra University. Five years later, he exited with a BA in philosophy and a wife. He still has both, but the wife is more useful.
After dabbling in fulfilling pursuits such as stock boy and gas station attendant, he found his spiritual home as a Tier One software support engineer for Bottomline Technologies. Still married to that wife, too.
For diversion, along the way, he almost accumulated a PhD in philosophy and is currently working on his second BA in Computer Science. He feels that his real job is being a father to his three children, husband to his wife, and author to his books.
President and CEO of Echelon Press states calls “Marc Vun Kannon a breath of fresh air in the book world. Unwilling to be constrained by the rules of the industry, Marc writes to his own beat and this makes for wonderfully engaging stories.”
For more info on Echelon Press, Quake, or any of its authors contact Karen Syed at email@example.com or 301-490-2507. On site Interviews can be arranged for the Printers Row Lit Fest.