Obsessive Book Nerd

A new review for The Most Boring Book Ever Written was posted at Obsessive Book Nerd last week.

“Therein lies the charm of The Most Boring Book Ever Written. You can read as much of it as you want to alleviate some boredom and walk away from it without the mental attachment to the characters or plot. Or you can stick to it and infer some themes and more grand statements that may or may not be there. Either way, it’s free. You can’t beat that.”

Read the entire review here.

The Year Everything Became Free

As I hoped, The Year We Finally Solved Everything is free at Amazon.com after being offered for $0 at all other retailers.  I’d like to keep this book and The Most Boring Book Ever Written free until the end of human civilization, so hopefully no one starts charging money for it anymore.

Click here to download it from Amazon.com

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On a side note, I’m still busy editing Love is not free.  The price is 99 cents. and hoping that it will be ready some time in the summer.  Same goes for Can Stuart Henry Zhang Save the World? although it should be ready a little earlier.  But we’ll see…

The New Year Brings New Books

It’s 2014 now and back in the summer I promised that I’d be releasing two books this year and so far it seems like all it going (kinda) to plan.  Can Stuart Henry Zhang Save the World? is getting more and more polished and if I wanted to, it could have it ready at Amazon.com in the early spring.  However, one of the hardest things about self-publishing is knowing when something is done, as opposed to when you just want to see it released.  So, in the coming weeks I’m going to put it aside and let it rest for a couple of months while I start revising Love is not free.  The price is 99 cents.  Compared to a sprawling CYOA written by two people over a three year time span, this book should be much easier to revise.  I’m hoping that it will be ready in the summer, but again, there’s no need to rush.  For those of you who have signed up to my mailing list, I’ll sent out a newsletter detailing when preview editions of each of these will be ready.

Should be a busy year with revisions and releases and then (hopefully) plans for a new book.  Like I’ve said before, there won’t be any more choose-your-own-adventure books, at least not for a long time.  It’s all up to me now.  I’d actually really like to write something in the science-fiction genre.  Have some ideas for a book (very) tentatively titled The Sacrificed.  We’ll see if it ever comes to be.