I feel shame in doing this, but I promise this will be one of the only times I try to sound like a door-to-door (or rather blog-to-blog) salesman. I have written a book entitled Glass People and I am prepared to publish it. For the last three years, I’ve tried my best with it and feel that I have pushed it and taken it as far as I know how to go. It may or may not be a good, solid piece of work. That is up to the reader (perhaps you, if you are willing?) to decide.
The main story concerns a failed comedian named Fred Isaac, who looks to resurrect his image by starting a support group for those considering suicide. With Fred as the leader, the five strangers that make up the group start interacting with each other in unexpected ways.
That’s my synopsis for Amazon and CreateSpace as well and I don’t think I am going to change it. I really don’t like it when the synopsis is half the length of the book. Since I am self-publishing this work, there will be no fancy sentences like “This astounding work” or “A tour-de-force” or any of that other marketing silliness. I rarely believe it when I see that printed on the back of the book and I know you won’t be fooled by that, either. (After all, the synopses are written by the publishers, and what publisher is going to publicly deface a work that they are putting out?) My approach to marketing is simpler; if you want it, it’s yours. If not, there are other vines to swing on.
If this is a story you are interested in reading, you are welcome to read about it or (possibly) buy the whole thing. No pressure either way. Happy reading.
Link to Amazon: Click here.
Link to CreateSpace: Click here.