IntrovertPRESS Author Spotlight: Rob Cooke

Rob Cooke’s Author Spotlight on IntrovertPRESS

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Moonshiner’s Legacy     Sara’s Swamp Blues

Coming soon: The Lost Song of Miriam Landry

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Rob Cooke wrote early scenes of Moonshiner’s Legacy while undergoing treatment for cancer. He took his kids to the library, checked every book about the era in his novels and built the story one page at a time. The whole family was involved. From those research adventures with his kids, his series began. Moonshiner’s Legacy starts with Bo Barnum and his pursuits of handling the family moonshine business. Sara, his daughter, and granddaughter to a Creole Indian, is the focus of Sarah’s Swamp Blues.

Rob’s stories unfold with dynamic roots growing into the deep Southern culture of 1920’s Arkansas and Louisiana. Receiving 5-star reviews, Sara’s Swamp Blues continues the legacy into the violence and tumult of the 1950’s. Rob himself is from Nebraska and has a passion for Depression Era themes, especially the music of that time period. He is also a budding guitar, banjo and harmonica player.

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2 thoughts on “IntrovertPRESS Author Spotlight: Rob Cooke”

  1. Just a quick clarification. You said in your ISBN post that you have to by extra copies of your novel at retail for signings and such. I understood that CreateSpace allow you to buy an author copies at cost. Which is correct?

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    1. CreateSpace does allow you to buy an authors copy at cost + shipping. It is reduced from the overall cost, but it is still very costly if you want to buy 100 for an author signing or whatnot. With a personal ISBN you can contract with a bookbinder to print for less.

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