August 4, 2021 – Hello All! A big thanks to all of you folks who follow my WordPress blog, Twitter, and/or Facebook page (Indelible Fingerprints)! In case you haven’t been to my website (davidaestringel.com), I do have a ‘Gallery‘ page where I–on occasion–post Vlog posts. I recently updated that page and included vlog posts that offer a mid-year review for 2021 and also some details on my recent participation in Tupelo Press’ 30/30 Project. Hope you can pop by and take a look.
The featured piece at A Writer’s Life!!!
November 15, 2019 – Totally psyched about having my Writing Workshops Dallas blog post “Six Invaluable Tips for Publishing Your Stories” being featured as a curated feature piece at A Writer’s Life.
New (and first) blog post published at Writing Workshops Dallas this week!!!
November 15, 2019 – My first blog post for Writing Workshops Dallas “Six Invaluable Tips for Publishing Your Stories” was published on November 11, 2019. This will be the first of many…I hope.
David Estringel Has a New Website. ‘The Booky Man’ Is NOW David’s Official Blog Site!!!
April 21, 2019 – Hello all. After the publication of my first feature-length collection (i.e., small book) of poetry and prose Indelible Fingerprints, I find that updating two websites is no longer feasible. So, I have streamlined things and decided to maintain an official writer’s website, david a. estringel, while maintaining The Booky Man as my official blog-site.
I will still keep ya’ll updated on new published and reprinted works, making links to online postings and purchase sites available (when possible). But, please buy my book, though, as my Starbucks bagels with cream cheese won’t buy themselves. The new website also has additional features that have typically not been made available on The Booky Man, such as updates on submission acceptances, public and anthology appearances, chapbook and book publication info, a gallery with pics and videos, and more.
Thanks for hanging with me and I hope you continue to as more poems, short stories, and–yes–books keep coming.