Welcome to Tumbleweed Books
Tumbleweed Books is proud to support new and emerging writers and their desires to be published. We pride ourselves on traditionally publishing the best fiction and non-fiction books possible.
Find out more about our family of authors and the books they wrote.
Open Call For Submissions
Tumbleweed Books is proud to announce an open call for submissions!
- Do you have a polished manuscript and dream of having it published?
- Is it ready to be submitted for consideration?
- Are you willing to work with our editors to get it ready?
- Will you help push for sales?
If you answered yes to the above, then go to our submissions page and follow the guidelines, you just may get a publishing contract just like Melissa Grunow did. Her work, Realizing River City, won two awards in 2016 including best non-fiction from the Independent Author’s Network!
Meet our Authors
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The Girl Behind the Glass
By Emilio Iasiello
A few crazy nights of bar hopping
The ashes of a long lost friend
And Mike still has to go to work the next day!
Legal clerk Mike comes to a realization that his life of sex, drugs, and rock n roll are coming to an end. His job is just a paycheck, and the endless nights of shots and sex must come to an end. It all comes to a head when a long lost friend’s ashes turn up on his doorstep along with the unfinished manuscript they were working on together.
With one last kick at the can, Mike takes his friend out on the town for one last night of binge drinking and bar hopping. Along the way, he gains self-realization. And with the end of the self-discovery journey, he decides to take that dangerous step into the unknown. His future is not yet written. And he wants to change the narrative.
One crazy night after another brings Mike full circle. And everywhere he looks, there is a girl behind the glass smiling at him.