Here’s how I did it. I worked my ass off for a year and a half and I had a lot of help. That I got everything together and submitted them on the same day was a total coincidence. So there. The rest of this article is about those two books. Sorry if I didn’t offer any inspirational secrets.
If I can’t toot my own horn on my own blog, then it’s not safe to do so anywhere, right? Yesterday, I submitted two new books for publication. One is fiction, my second novel. The other is non-fiction, co-written by my amazing friend Lauren Lindsey. That they were ready for publishing on the same day is a coincidence, but perhaps a little karma was involved. Only time will tell. Following is a little breakdown on each.
Bureaucracy and incompetence had a contest to see which could more easily ruin someone’s life. They chose Joe Winston.
As if the biblical epic of Job returned for an encore, Joe’s life descends into a raging nightmare. Inspired by the tenacity of his wife and the loyalty of his friends, can an average citizen become an improbable national hero?
A political and legal suspense novel about a man who digs deep to channel his inner purpose.
Aquire your copy here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07D9X9WW3
IDIOTS, ASSHOLES, & ME.
First, this is likely the most politically incorrect book you’ll ever read, so if you’re into PC, it’s better that you move along. A non-fiction, crude-humor rant about every known type of bad driver. This book is the perfect gift for that special person in your life who turns into Mr. Hyde when they get behind the wheel of a car. We all know someone like that, right? Or is it you? If so, reward yourself. Either way, you or someone you know needs this book, so just go ahead and buy it now. No need to read further.
Still not convinced? This book was painstakingly researched by two of the most narcissistic egomaniacs to have ever existed and it’s a hilarious catalog of all the annoying and infuriating drivers we love to hate (until you discover yourself). Consider the content in this book to be your deep, dark, hidden side. Carl Jung would be proud of you.
We the publishers don’t know how the authors managed to escape their institutional bindings long enough to collaborate on this book, but according to them, it’s something the world needs to know. Their self described reasoning and flawless logic claim that all personalities can be pigeon holed into three distinct categories: Idiots, Assholes, and Me. They conclude they can be analyzed and diagnosed as varying degrees of mental illness through careful observation of driving habits.
Acquire your copy here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07D9Y6LNJ/