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Hello everyone! Happy Labor Day! September is here! Today is Labor Day, and tomorrow, students across the country will be headed back to school. So, this month’s theme will be school-related. I have some exciting news for you, so let’s get to it.



This month, I will donate copies of W.E. books to libraries both in the US and abroad. I was delighted to learn of a community library in Bream, in the UK. I discovered it while searching for libraries in Woolaston, UK (since it is my last name, the name of my company…). I’m also donating to Open Books, an organization which works to support literacy. If you would like to learn more about them, here is a link to their website:

If you belong to or know of a library in need of fiction books, please contact me, via the Contact Page on, and let me know. I still have copies of the first editions of Fortune’s Wing and Valentine available.


Bethel High School

I’m happy to announce, I’m currently working on a project for my old high school, Bethel High, in Hampton Virginia! I’m drawing a set of four comics, which will appear in their newspaper, “The Bear Facts”, and a W.E. ad will be placed in their literary art magazine, “Polaris”. When I was a student at Bethel (thousands of years ago) I worked on the “Polaris” staff, and had my work published in the magazine during my Sophomore, Junior and Senior years. I really loved working on it, and I enjoyed my time at Bethel. I’m looking forward to having one of my creations published with Bethel once again.



Speaking of Polaris… I mentioned in the paragraph above, I’m having an ad for W.E. placed in Polaris magazine. If you’re an author, or if you own a business and would like to place an ad in Polaris, please reach out to me via the Contact Page on I can put you in touch with the teacher who is overseeing the publication. Keep in mind, this magazine is available in Hampton, Virginia. However, this is a great opportunity for writers to gain some exposure for their books; especially if you write for young adults. To give you an idea of the pricing for the ads, a quarter page is $60—that is the ad I’m using.  So, if you’re interested, please reach out to me. Remember, the internet is national.


Until next week…





Saturday was my very first book signing. The event took place at the Barnes and Noble at Bay Plaza in the Bronx. The store was kind enough to take a chance on a self-published author, and ordered 30 of my books. By the time my portion of the event was complete, 24 out of the 30 books were sold! Anyone who purchased a copy of Valentine, received a copy of Valentine 2 from me for free! It was so much fun meeting new people and making new connections, and I especially enjoyed meeting young writers. I’m looking forward to helping them get started in the self-publishing industry any way I can. Thank you again to everyone who came out to the Bronx, purchased a book, stopped by my table, or simply liked my posts online. There aren’t enough words to express what your support means to me.

Pictures from B-Fest will be posted on the Woolaston Entertainment Facebook page later today. I’m happy to announce, I have been invited to return to Bay Plaza for an upcoming event! Autographed copies of Valentine, Our Lady of Righteous Rage, and Our Lady of Righteous Rage: Extended and Uncensored are still available at Bay Plaza, or you can order unsigned copies online or through the store. Plus, you can always order copies of any of my books directly from me.



Being an indie author can be challenging sometimes. For anyone out there who is a self-published author, you know what I’m talking about. Choosing the right company to print your books for you. Finding a reliable (and affordable editor) or editing yourself. Cover designs and page layouts. And lets not forget marketing. It’s tough! And even after you have your finished product in your hands, there’s the really fun part: getting your book into a bookstore. Bookstores look at self-published books as if they contain the plague! But, you have to try anyway.  After one thousand no’s, you’re bound to hit a yes. I certainly did.


Barnes and Noble is having a Teen Book Festival known as BFest this weekend, and I am fortunate enough to participate. I will be appearing at the location in Bay Plaza in Bronx, NY on Saturday, June 11 at 3pm. I will be reading from “Our Lady of Righteous Rage”, and signing copies afterward. I will also sign copies of “Valentine”.  So, why is this event such a big deal? Simple: I’m an indie author, and BN doesn’t sell books by indie authors in their stores. To get in, you have to work very hard. So, this event is special to me. Will it go well? I certainly hope so. Whether I sell 3 copies or 30 copies, I’m happy I was accepted into a major bookstore.

To anyone out there struggling to get their work noticed by the public, I’m proof that you can’t give up. Giving up is simply not an option. Keep trying. Eventually, you will succeed. Good luck to all of my fellow writers and artists out there.

This is the biggest news I have ever shared! Barnes and Noble is hosting an event known as B-Fest! It’s a Teen Book Festival, from June 10-June 12. I will be taking part in the event at the Bay Plaza location, in the Bronx! I will be there Saturday, June 11th  at 3pm, signing copies of Valentine and Our Lady of Righteous Rage, both the original and Extended version. I hope to see all of you there!

Barnes and Noble–Bay Plaza

290 Baychester Ave

Bronx, NY 10475

Greetings, everyone! I just wanted to wish everyone a happy Good Friday, and post a little reminder about the giveaway for “Your Fame Will Destroy You”. The contest is running through March 31. So far, there are 70 entries. The winner will receive a copy of “Your Fame” and a copy of “Our Lady of Righteous Rage: Extended and Uncensored”. Both copies will be signed by me and the main character, Amy Edwards! (yes, an autograph from a fictional rock star still counts!) So, you still have a few days left! Here’s the link:

Good luck to all who enter!

It has begun: The Valentine Series Giveaway! Readers can enter for a chance to win a copy of all three books in the Valentine Series*. Entries will be accepted now through March 11, 2016. Many will enter…only one will win! So, please sign up for your chance to win! Here is the link:


*Winner will receive a copy of the first edition of Valentine 1.



Greetings, ladies and gents. So, it’s February, and most people are probably getting ready for Valentine’s Day.  When you think of Valentine’s day, you probably think of hearts and chocolates, and romance. I think of a pink-haired girl with a pair of guns. Yes, I’m talking about Val Entienne, the Patron Saint of the Weak.

The new monthly theme for Woolaston Entertainment is all about the Valentine series. With book three of the series currently available, I’m hosting a special giveaway on  What makes this giveaway so special? Easy: I’m giving the winner the entire Valentine series. That’s right: the contest is for Valentine 3: Queen of Hearts, however, if you win, you’ll also receive a copy of Valentine and Valentine 2: The Patron Saint. That’s a pretty sweet deal, right?

Why am I doing this? There’s a few reasons. One: if you haven’t read books one and two, reading three may leave you feeling confused. Two: I want to put my books in as many hands as possible. Three: I’m feeling generous. Really, I am.

The giveaway will begin at the end of the month. I’ll keep you posted.


Hello everyone.  This Saturday is the Brooklyn Expo Creative Show at Prospect Place.  This is going to be an amazing event! There will be live music, artwork and crafts for sale, and , well….me! I will be there, selling and signing copies of “Fortune’s Wing” and “Valentine”, as well as “Allan & Mac” and “Valentine 2”.  Plus, 3 people will receive a free A.R.C. of “Our Lady of Righteous Rage”.  I’m really looking forward to being in the presence of my fellow musicians, writers, artists, and other creative people.  There’s still time to purchase tickets, so please check out I hope to see you there!