Last Chance Today!

My novella, Monster’s Dream, is for sale in a Kindle Countdown Deal in the U. S. and the U. K. now until February 15, 2021.
This is an experiment in that Monster’s Dream will be published as a novel in the late Spring — a greatly expanded version of the basic story in my novella.
This is a unique offering because the novella will never again be available on any platform after March 19, 2021.
But it is available today! Below are the links to the Kindle Countdown Deals.

Don’t Miss Out…

My novella, Monster’s Dream, is for sale in a Kindle Countdown Deal in the U. S. and the U. K. now until February 15, 2021.
This is an experiment in that Monster’s Dream will be published as a novel in the late Spring — a greatly expanded version of the basic story in my novella.
This is a unique offering because the novella will never again be available on any platform after March 19, 2021.
But it is available today! Below are the links to the Kindle Countdown Deals.

A Unique and Limited Offering

My novella, Monster’s Dream, is for sale in a Kindle Countdown Deal in the U. S. and the U. K. now until February 15, 2021.
This is an experiment in that Monster’s Dream will be published as a novel in the late Spring — a greatly expanded version of the basic story in my novella.
This is a unique offering because the novella will never again be available on any platform after March 19, 2021.
But it is available today! Below are the links to the Kindle Countdown Deals.

Taglines sell books…

…just as headlines sell newspapers.

One thing I’ve learned about self-publishing is that the quality of your book often does not determine how well it sells.

Marketers always sell the sizzle — not the steak. And no one knows this better than the headline writers at the New York Post.

Two billionaires — Jeff Bezos of Amazon and the Washington Post and David Pecker of the National Enquirer — have a spat. Bezos complains that stories in the National Enquirer are politically motivated. The Enquirer tries to blackmail Bezos with sensitive information when Bezos decides to publicize the information himself.

If Bezos wasn’t afraid of the blackmail threat. was there even a story here? Let’s see how the New York Post covered it…

New York Post Headline: Bezos Exposes Pecker

Genius.