I was very distracted yesterday working on the release of Into the West: Most Wanted and completely forgot I had not written this blog yet. Normally, I write all my weekly blogs and social media posts on Mondays and set them to publish through out the week. This week, I have been working on the book release for part 4 Into the West: Most Wanted and few things have just been lost in the mix.
Now, here is the good news! Do you know someone who has not read my saga, The Into the West Saga Serial yet?
Well, now is the time to introduce them to my award-winning serial!
Check out these freebies and sales!
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This volume contains both part one, my award winning Into the West: The Orphan Train, and part two, Into the West: A New Home in one volume.
Part three, Into the West: Sharon Springs (<-- click here to go to my Amazon page) on a countdown sale on Amazon.com
Save $2 off the download price at the beginning of the sale.
Over the time of the sale the price moves slowly back up to $2.99 on June 21st.
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June 21 - Father's day!!
Into the West: Most Wanted (<-- click here to go to my Amazon page) ebook FINALLY goes live on Amazon.com!
HOW CAN YOU BEAT THESE DEALS?!
Well, enough self promotion for today. I know you all come here for the funnies not for me to talk about myself all the time.
Now for the jokes!
If you think about it, whenever a character congratulates another character in a book for being clever, it's basically just the author congratulating themself for being smart.
I’m reading a book about antigravity. It’s impossible to put down!
I had plans to begin reading a book about sinkholes, but they fell through.
Q: What do you get when you mix alcohol and literature?
A: Tequila Mockingbird
Expressing how in love you are in your romantic relationship by comparing it toRomeo and Juliet, is kind of like illustrating how close and well-adjusted your family life is by comparing it to Hamlet.
Want to hear a joke about a piece of paper? Never mind . . . it’s tearable.
I have written a book on Penguins. In hindsight, paper would have been better.
Today I launched a book aimed at 9-12 year olds . . . and I’m proud to say I actually managed to hit one!
I bought a book about the dangers of deforestation.
The first page says, “You’re not helping!”
Last but not least . . .
I just finished this book about Mount Everest. It was a cliff-hanger.
Thanks for following my blog, be sure to share this blog with your friends so they can pick up my free books and maybe buy part 3 on sale and, with luck, like the first three so much they will buy number 4! It's good to have a dream!
Have a great rest of your weekend!