I don’t know about you, but I collect books that are signed by their authors.
Sometimes, those are hard to track down. Sometimes I hear about a signing but it’s, oh, about four states away. Sometimes the authors have passed on and signed copies are few and expensive. Anyway, I digress.
I wanted to let everyone know that I have received the first shipment of books, gearing up for my book tour this Summer. (Dates and places on that are coming later after everything has been finalized.) But I can’t go to every place or every reader, so I thought, “Hey. Why not offer them on your website?”
So the long and short of it is, this is your chance to procure your own signed paperback copy of either Swing or Across the Distance (or both if you wish!) If you want to read it and then sell it on eBay, that’s fine. It will come with my signature (perhaps the #1 source of grief in my fine-motor-skilled-challenged childhood.) However, if you want to keep it on your shelf to include in your will so your grandchildren can fight over it… well, that’s your business. Let me know! I’ll add your name, a note, your favorite quote, whatever. Just let me know in the notes during checkout.
If you’re still unsure and want to be introduced to the characters, visit here to decide if they’re anybody you’d want to spend time with. Personally, I think they’re wonderful people, but to each their own. And keep your eyes open, because the stories for Across the Distance are coming soon. I think you’re going to like them. If you’re one of the readers who have already read the book, left a review, and have recommended it to strangers on grocery aisles (or at least just read the book) drop me a line and let me know who you’d most like to see on the site or if there is a scene you’d just love to get the backstory on.
Alright, I know you’re busy changing the world and running kids to soccer practice and quite possibly scrolling Facebook, so I’ll let you go! Have a great day!
Okay, I was just curious about the rest of what you wrote. NOW take me to the books!
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