Wednesday, August 24, 2011

All the way live: it's launch day for book, website

       There’s a buzz of activity taking place this week with the memoir November Ever After. Here’s the latest update. Be sure to stay tuned for further developments.
The book is out
       November Ever After ( iUniverse Publishing) is available for purchase at several retail outlets. Written by Craig T. Greenlee, the book takes a look back at the 1970 Marshall football plane crash and its aftermath.
       Greenlee is a former defensive back for the Thundering Herd. He played two years before leaving the team at the end of his sophomore season in 1969 – a year before the crash.
       As a former teammate, he knew most of the players who were passengers on that ill-fated flight. After the crash, Greenlee returned to the team and took part in the rebuilding process in the spring of 1971, only five months after the tragedy.
       November Ever After is available at the outlets listed below. On the upper right-hand portion of this page, go to “Buy the Book” and click on the outlet of your choice to purchase:
  • iUniverse
  • Barnes & Noble
  • Books A Million
  • Powell’s Books
  • Diesel eBook Store

       You can buy the book as a paperback or as an E-Book. For paperback orders, please allow one to three weeks for delivery.
Website is all set
       The new website is designed to provide additional insights into the writing of November Ever After. The author explains why this story is just as riveting today as it was over forty years ago.
       Aside from that, you’ll get a sneak preview in the form of an excerpt from one of the book’s chapters. This preview takes readers back in time to the night when a school lost most of its football team in a horrible plane crash. Not only that, you’ll learn a few things about the author that you may not have known.
       Plus, there’s a video page; audio will come later. There’s also a section that allows readers to post questions and/or comments.
       Click on this link to visit the new website:


  1. I am impressed! I am looking forward to reading the book.

  2. Wow! Awesome! I am so happy for you. What an accomplishment.