Do you remember that cartoon with the
singing frog. You know the one? The frog's Manager, (for lack of a better
title), signs a contract to rent a theater for his amazing singing frog. Sigh.
No one comes. Then he puts out a sign that says "Free Beer" and pork rinds or
something similar, and a mob of disreputable bums come charging into the
theater. Okay, bad analogy. That would make you folks the disreputable bums and
that's not true at all!You're SPECIAL! So much so, you MIGHT be
the only person with permission to read my blog, notifying you that my latest
novel, KEEPING UP WITH MR. JONES is free - FREE, I tell you! Today, Tomorrow,
and Sunday. The fact of the matter is, you just don't know how special you are - to me.
So, if you feel so inclined, go on down
to that bottom link. There. It's - right - down - at - the - bottom. Down there.
Okay, never mind. It's here: http://tinyurl.com/acy5bme and it
will link you to the Amazon site where the Kindle version of my book is
available for free. Ahhhh, you're the suspicious type. Okay, then
don't click on that link. Go to www.amazon.com, and enter KEEPING UP WITH MR.
JONES in the search bar. It's the first book that comes up. Click on the Kindle
version link. Make sure it still says $0.00. Grab you a copy. Heck. Grab two,
they're small. (Heck, they're digital. They're practically invisible. Send free
copies to your friends.) Read. Enjoy. Then you have one of several decisions to
make. 1) You fire me an angry e-mail to the effect of "Don't. Just stop writing," or 2) save the link for later, in which case you could end up spending real money on my poison or 3) you go so far as to click the
link, (which could be safe or it could take you to a repulsive looking dude in
Russia who runs a sweat shop and collects personal information) but it doesn't,
or 4) you could download a copy of the book.
If you enjoy it, pleeeease write a review
and share it on Amazon. That's not a mandate, obviously. It's just really cool,
and it REALLY helps out a struggling writer. Share your love. If, however, you
find it repulsive, er, I never made a contingency plan for this. Okay, forget
that option. Now, off with you. Go. Click. Enjoy. Sofie (Annette to those of you who know
me as the namesake of the late, great, Princess of Disney,