Promotional Monday – Coupon Day for the Terminal Monday ebook

Okay, So I wrote this novel called Terminal Monday. some of you have heard of it. A few of you have read it. Most of you probably don’t know I write novels. That’s fine. I’m really proud of this novel (I’m proud of all of my books, but this one is special to me, because it’s got a lot of me in it), and I want people to read it. I’ve considered giving the book away for free for a week or two, but, and this is to be perfectly honest with you, I need to solve some money issues, so I’m not yet prepared to go Full Monty with Terminal Monday. Maybe in the future, but I doubt it. Don’t hold your breath for a freebie, is what I’m saying.

However, I AM more than willing to give a huge discount if it will seduce folks into giving my novel a try for cheap.

So here’s the deal: You can go to Smashwords, and get my epic novel for $1.00, by using this code:


No strings attached. You do not have to write me a review or a pull quote (though I’d love you long time if you did). You do not have to love the novel. In fact, some of you probably won’t like it at all. It’s a heavy, sometimes difficult novel to read, especially if you’re sensitive about sex, swearing, drugs, music or writing.

For those who still aren’t sure what Terminal Monday is about, it’s about this guy called Richard, whose life kind of goes to shit on him when he runs into an ex-girlfriend who encourages him to get back into novel writing. The story is complex and dark, funny and sad, sexy and horrifying, exciting and powerful, and maybe just a little bit too long. But it’s also the best thing I’ve ever written, and I’m pretty sure you’ll enjoy at least some of it, if it doesn’t turn you off completely in the first twenty pages.

So yeah, I can’t promise you will love my novel, but I can promise you that you won’t have read anything exactly like it before. I’d tell you that critics have likened it to Pynchon or Vonnegut or Robbins or some such (it’s not really like those guys, but I’m trying to give you something to hang your hat on), but really, no critics have said anything about it. I’m hoping you can help me change that.

So go to the link, sign up with Smashwords (it’s free, and they don’t send spam mail of any kind), add the book to your shopping cart, input the coupon code in the appropriate box, and then buy the book. Not quite as simple as using your Amazon account, but that’s only because you’ve probably already had an Amazon account for ages, and anyway, Amazon won’t give me as much money for the book.

And thank you.


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