Empty Sky – where to buy it


What the book is about:  Grammy-winning producer Matt Buckley has an enviable career in Nashville and all the material trappings success can buy. His personal life is a mess, however, and the death of his father sets off an existential crisis. A chance meeting with a mysterious stranger who’s just lost his own son inspires Matt to get his act together.

After taking some positive steps forward, Matt meets and falls for April, a struggling Nashville-based musician and single mother of two. Emotionally damaged from a troubled past of her own, April is understandably reluctant, given Matt’s history and reputation, to get too involved. With courage, love and humor, the two manage to work through their personal baggage and trust issues toward a life together and a fairy tale ending… or one would think.

Keywords:  Nashville, Music Industry, romance, life, death, courage, Country Music, songwriter, afterlife, Asheville

Following is a list of the online outlets Four Pillars has identified that are selling Empty Sky.  If your bookseller does not stock it and you’d like a copy, suggest they order it and provide the corresponding ISBN number (paperback or ebook).

U.S. Links:

The following are stores selling the paperback book in the United States:

Amazon, Barnes & Noble, alibris, Books-a-Million, Chegg, other book retailers (ISBN: 9780985709341)

The ebook edition can be downloaded here: Barnes & Noble, Amazon, iBooks,  Kobo, Google Play (ISBN: 978-0-9857093-6-5) 

U.K. Links

Foyles, Oxford Bookshop(London), Amazon UK

Australia:

Buy Empty Sky through Angus & Robertson

France:

In France, the ebook is available through FNAC

Other countries:

Empty Sky is also available through Amazon outlets in other respective countries (i.e. CA, DE, JP, etc.)  and through other major bookstores.

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About Maura Satchell, writer and artist

Novelist, artist, seeker. Curious to a fault, I rarely say no to an adventure and that gift has led me on some heart-stirring journeys. I regret nothing.
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