Buy the paperback or eBook online at Amazon before 1 Feb. Then go to my Facebook page and post a selfie of you with the book and the title “I bought December Radio” (or message me on your Instagram or twitter page – my social links are on the right margin of this page). Or Email a copy of the receipt: email@example.com. Don’t forget to include your choice of reward.
If you can’t get to a book store, you can still get 2 eBooks free by ordering December Radio paperback online at Amazon or Barnesandnoble.com. Simply email me the receipt!
But if you are near a book store, here’s the deal for 2 eBooks:
1. Call or go into any book store in the USA or Waterstones in the UK and order or buy my book (B&N: $16.19, Waterstones: £15.50). This is the cheapest option but you can order online at Amazon or Barnes & Noble and pay delivery costs if you wish!
December Radio by Lazlo Ferran. ISBN-13: 978-1942981473
My other eBooks are priced at up to $9.99 and you can choose any of these formats: pdf, ePub, pdb, lit, html, kindle format. So you can’t lose!
2. And either:
Go to my Facebook page and post a selfie of you with the book there with the title “I bought December Radio” (or on your Instagram or twitter page) and message me.
Or email me a photo of your receipt: firstname.lastname@example.org
Don’t forget to specify which 2 books and formats you want!
Read Chapter One of December Radio in FREE eBook Inchoate: (Short Stories Volume I): on Amazon or Google Play (pdf version only), or start reading the preview at top of the right hand column.
NB. I am sorry but the December Radio eBook is not included in this offer.
A very brief post this week because I am so busy writing the climax to Ordo Lupus III!
Honorary Cliff Robertson Documentary
If you haven’t made your donation yet to get a documentary made about the Academy Award Winner Cliff Robertson (Peter Parker’s Uncle in Spider Man) hop on over to the Facebook page and like it: https://www.facebook.com/cliffrobertsonhonorarydocumentary For as little as $5, you can get your name in the credits of the film!
In the meantime, here is something from Stephen Thompson, who is masterminding the project:
You know that Cliff had plenty of serious roles, but did you know that he had terrific comedic timing too? Check out this SNL commercial he did, on “The Car for Crazy People”
Competition to Name 1960s Toys and Win my eBooks!
If you name this toy, name four more to win any of my forthcoming eBooks! Go here to enter.
To tie in with my recent series on Memories of the 1960s, I am running a competition. It won’t be easy but then my books are worth it! Name all five of the following correctly and win a free eBook of any of my published novels. Entries close at midnight GMT Sunday, 5 October 2014. Please comment with your entry to claim your prize! There is a bonus object to win 2 eBooks!
This week, first of my new OCD updates and FREE eBook Offer: Eighteen, Blue
OCD Log 1
To make it easier to find my updates on OCD, I am starting from today to name them Log 1, 2 etc. Too often, these posts might get lost among other subjects and I am aware there are many sufferers out there.
In my last OCD update, I announced my first OCD-Free day. It was really just an experiment and I didn’t expect it to work. But it seems to have worked.
OCD-Free is a strong term however. I think it would be more accurate to say that I have ‘broken the back of my OCD’ or ‘turned a corner’. The OCD is still there; every day I catch myself doing something that I call ‘OCD behaviour’. I just stop myself, say, “That is OCD behaviour. I am not going to do that,” and then ignore the impulse. Continue reading “OCD Log 1”→
Here is the new Ordo Lupus and the Temple Gate cover – designed and completed by Omri Koresh.
I hope you like it! Omri and I have worked together over the last few weeks to produce a cover which expresses the soul of the book as well as illustrating one of the scenes in the book. Those of you who have read it will recognise the Cover Girl. The cover will appear on the Kindle in the next 48 hours and on the paperback in the next two months.
I am also repositioning this book as an Occult Thriller. I have always had problems fitting this book into any genre: mystery/detective, historical fiction and fantasy/historical or fantasy/myths and legends don’t seem quite right so let’s see how the new genre works.Amazon applies categories very loosely to the books anyway so it might not make much difference.