Get yer copy of Echo!

What the piss-pool is happening, all my fellow humans take trips to the water park and do your best to forget you’re spending a day inside a hive of disease vectors occupied by tiny petri dishes known as “kids?”  This is just an afternoon reminder to grab yerselves a copy of Echo!  (And to leave a positive review for it as well!  🙂 ) Don’t worry bros and brahs—in the pages of Echo, I don’t elaborate on the microbial killing fields that we call “water parks.”  No dude—all you’ll find in Echo is super-soldier cyborgs, hairy rowr-beasts, and a badass, astrally located collection of psychic weaponry called the Semiotic Arsenal!  Also, if you’ve read any of my work, please remember to leave a positive review for it on Amazon.  It only takes a minute of your time, and you don’t need to have made a “verified purchase” in order to do it; you only need an Amazon account (in case you read my stuff through Kindle Unlimited or other means).  To give you an idea of how piss-free amaze-balls positive Amazon reviews are to us indie authors, imagine this:  you’re skiing at lunatic speeds through the alps, in possession of the go-codes for your enemy’s latest world-crushing device—the Destructo-con.  Squads of gun-toting henchfolks are on your tail, stuttering out bursts of 9mm from their tricked-out submachine guns.  Bullet-stricken snow spits up around you as you cut from side to side, kicking up plumes of granulated ice from the backs of your skis.  As you swerve onto a side-slope, an enemy gunship crests the horizon, leveling its dual gatling guns at your chest.  You hit a ramp, everything goes slo-mo, you fly through the air emitting an eighties-style Stallone-worthy flame-jump-scream—“RUAAAAHHHHH!!!!”—and karate chop the skid of the helicopter, sending it spinning toward the earth where it explodes into a giant fireball.  YES!  See, that rush of gratitude you’d feel at having learned the Helicopter Death Strike from that dingy, strip-mall martial arts studio your mom made you go to when you were seven years old is EXACTLY what we indie authors feel when we get a positive review on Amazon!  So do your favorite indie author (and perennial Man Child) Kent Wayne a Dim Mak/Chi Fireball/Hadouken-infused favor and leave him a positive review on the ’Zons!  Thank you all and have a Good and Chill Night!!!  🙂 🙂 😀

Get Echo Vol. 1 on Kindle here:  Vol. 1 on Kindle.  Vol. 2 on Kindle here:  Vol.2 on Kindle  Vol. 3 on Kindle here:  Vol. 3 on Kindle  Echo Vol. 1 & 2 Combined Edition here:  Combined Edition  Echo is now available in paperback:  Echo Vol. 1 & 2 Combined edition in paperback #kindle #kindleunlimited #sciencefiction #scifi #books #novel #book

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2 thoughts on “Get yer copy of Echo!

  1. Jesus Dirty, you beating the crap out of this novel thing of yours. Ain’t hard to write a novel, ya know. And publishing the thing is cake (I’ve found). I’m all for your efforts and wish the best for you and Echo, but ever-bloody-day with this…?
    Is that how you gain a readership? I’m askin’. Beat their eardrums to a pulp?

    [You know you control the comments here right? You can strike this one from the record if you care to. And, I would not be offended, nay, I’d be encouraged to see that you did.]

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    • Haha, yeah! Every day man, rain or shine! (Well there’s some days I’ve had outside circumstances interrupt). Not only does this gain me readership, but it’s also a chance for me to work my writing muscles in a less formal structure. I feel obligated to throw my two cents in on the writing/publishing sentiment though: publishing is pretty hard the first time around, figuring out the formatting and whatnot. And yes—writing a novel is easy, but writing a novel to the best of my ability is tough, and writing a novel that entertains a lot of people is REALLY tough. Just my opinion, though. 🙂

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