That’s it! I am done waiting. It’s time to…Sell Some Fiction!
My first book is up for sale now, in both digital and physical form. It’s a young adult book with modern-day magic and daring high school adventures. Daring! And what is this book like, a prospective reader may ask. Well, There’s some Hardy Boys in its DNA (though there are no pirates, smugglers or chubby kids named ‘Chet’), and a bit of Buffy The Vampire Slayer, but without vampires. And if, in the process of reading the book it reminds you of any other works of fiction, please let me know. Without further ado, here are the links:
For the eBook:
For the physical book:
(If you’re in my local area and you want to buy a physical copy, let me know. I’m ordering a bunch, and I can save you the shipping costs)
So, dear minions (if I may call you minions) please dig into your change pocket and buy a copy. If you like the book, and I think you will, please recommend it to your friends. My marketing budget is zero dollars, so I’m hoping that you wonderful people will be the wind beneath my commercial wings. And, if you have a moment, please leave a review or give the book a rating on the site. Higher rankings mean more visibility. I read that on a billboard or something. Oh, and if your kids are old enough to handle YA fiction, please let them read your copy (I should have said ‘buy them a copy too’. Dang it!) I would really like to know what they think of it.
If you’re on the fence about buying a copy, consider it an investment in my potential. This book is good, but it isn’t the best thing that I will ever do. My writing is going to keep improving as I grind away at it, and your financial support gives me the time to practice. In the fall, the little dude will be attending pre-school for 3 full days a week if we can afford it, and I can hardly imagine how much I will be able to get done with that much time. Also, I love each and every one of you, and I’d buy a book from you if you had one 🙂
I’d like to thank all of you once again, my strangely faithful readers. Knowing that there is an audience out there watching me and following my antics has kept me motivated, and helped give this whole process meaning. Good work, internet friends!