Anyway, as you can see trade-paperback "THE SHIP" have arrived. Originally I wanted to pose with the books but I have a huge bandage on my neck from some surgery, so much for me being camera ready. However, "THE SHIP" is ready for you.
So anyone interested in getting a signed/personalized 1st edition copy of the book, here's your chance.
The price is $15.00, plus $3.00 for shipping and handling WITHIN the United States. Outside the U. S. the shipping is going to be more (sorry that's the postal service not me folks). Leave me a message down below or e-mail me at:
I accept Paypal as well as checks.
*And if you prefer e-books you can go to Amazon (for Kindle) or Barnes and Noble (for Nook) and type in my name. Smashwords is also an option for Apple and Sony e-readers, as well as getting a copy of the book in PDF form for your laptop or desktop computer.
Thanks for all your support and please help spread the word. I'd love to see this book surpass it's predecessor "THE BRIDGE" which managed to sell 1500 copies in all (this is counting paperback and e-book sales).
Take care and keep writing everyone!
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