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Giving Thanks for the Gift That Keeps Giving

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A not particularly famous person once said: It takes a village to raise a child, it takes a forest to write a book, and it takes good friends to spread the word. (Hint: that person is me.)

If you have bought, and read my book,  you have already done more than I could reasonably ask.
However, there are three things you can do TODAY, very quickly and easily, that will help me get the word out beyond the Friends & Family network.
  • Leave a review on Amazon. A few sentences are sufficient, and no pressure; you’re writing a recommendation, not a formal review. Goodreads.com is also an important site, and reviews are even easier there (if desired, the book can just be ranked on a 5 star system).
  • Tell a friend! Put a link to my Amazon page on Facebook and recommend it to your people!
  • Let me know if you belong to—or are aware of any—book clubs. I spoke to a local group last week and it was an amazing experience.
Be on the lookout for the memoir’s release on Kindle, coming soon. It will be rolled out with a specially-priced promotion.
I don’t need a special occasion or an entire month to give thanks for all my good fortune: I remain humbled and use my gratitude as inspiration to do more good. Thanks for helping, and for being in my life.
Cheers!
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It’s early in that lamentable decade of the 2000s, and while the good times continue to roll in corporate America, they won’t be rolling for much longer—and no one knows it better than Byron, the Everyman narrator of Sean Murphy’s witty and wise firecracker of a debut. If you liked Joshua Ferris’s AND THEN WE CAME TO THE END, you’ll love NOT TO MENTION A NICE LIFE. Byron might not have a future, but Sean Murphy certainly does.

–Greg Olear, author of Totally Killer and Fathermucker

May 22, 2015