Small press books rely on word of mouth. By definition, these publishers are "small," and they don't have thousands of dollars to spend on publicity and advertising. The main form of promotion comes from amateur reviews and everyday readers spreading the word. That is something that is surprisingly hard to get. It's the strangest thing; people are eager to talk about that new television show they just watched, or chat about that hot new restaurant, but when it comes to a new book from a small press? Crickets. What is it about small press books that people are so afraid to talk about?
Those of you who haven't checked out this anthology of time travel stories, you can read more about it here, and also read free samples. Both Print & Kindle versions are up at Amazon.com now, or you can buy a print copy from the publisher for the same price as Amazon. Either way, if you enjoy sci-fi & fantasy, this collection will not disappoint you.
Also, if you are a blogger, and you'd be interested in letting me do a "guest post" on your blog, I'd be glad to entertain your readers with some details about the anthology's creation. Let me know!