The Black Lens novel is getting a makeover.
My publisher, Boyle & Dalton, is creating new cover art for The Black Lens since it placed in three national writing competitions in just one year — beating out almost 2,000 other titles:
- Grand Prize in the 2016 Writer’s Digest Self-Published e-Book Awards
- Finalist in the Indie Book Awards
- Semifinalist in the Book Pipeline Competition
“We’re thrilled about the success of this title,” says Brad Pauquette, CEO of Boyle & Dalton. “People who buy The Black Lens not only get a great story, but they’re also making a difference in the lives of victims and survivors because author Christopher Stollar is donating 10 percent of his earnings to organizations that battle modern slavery.”
None of this success would have been possible without God, my wife, my pastors, my anti-trafficking partners, the survivors who let me interview them — and the dozens of individual supporters who helped bring my debut novel to life in the first place.
Boyle & Dalton is still creating the cover art, both front and back, but the new version will be available on Amazon soon. In the meantime, you can still order a copy or write a review here.