Yesterday I mentioned I was doing a last last blast of summer reading book giveaway. I didn’t lie. I’m going to eek out every last remaining bit of summer I can. I won’t give up on summer. Or reading ever, and neither should you because reading can be done year-round. There’s really no limit. Plus, it’s good for the soul. And since I want to be good for your soul, in the form of my book, I’m giving away TWO copies (count em, two) of I Still Just Want to Pee Alone.
I’m proud of this little guy. It’s the first collection of essays I’m in (although hopefully not the last), and it’s a very grass roots, boots (and books) on the ground effort. It’s not easy to sell books despite how easy it looks. I imagine it’s probably not easy to sell anything. So many people are convinced they have ideas or inventions that are sure winners, which I guess is why we have infomercials and QVC and shows like Shark Tank. But it’s the getting them to market and raising awareness that’s the hard part. Like I have an idea for a kitty breath mint that no doubt would make millions, but I just don’t know how to make kitty breath mints. Or how to force kitties to eat them because kitties will do whatever they damn well please. You can try, but kitties are just such an unpredictable market. Unless… I combine the mint with a kitty tranquilizer dart gun, but then that’ll raise the price point, and setting the right price is crucial otherwise it won’t sell. It’s just so tricky. So for now I’m sticking with writing.
Yesterday I apologized to those who didn’t win the big Amazon and book giveaway from last week, but I promised you another chance to be a winner. This right here is your chance. Enter below to win a copy of the definitive book on parenting. Well, maybe not the definitive book on parenting, but the funniest book on parenting. As a little sneak peek, my chapter is titled, “I Just Want to go to the Gynecologist Alone,” and FYI my dad says I “nailed it” based on all his experience going to the Gynecologist.
So if you want to read about gynecologists and peeing alone and potty mouths and pissing off the babies, this is the book for you. And it’s free for a limited time only. So enter to win below.
If you don’t win, you can always buy a copy. It’s cheaper than a a venti Starbucks Frapaccino and lasts a helluva lot longer. Get I STILL JUST WANT TO PEE ALONE, the third installment in The New York Times best-selling series on Amazon, Kindle, iTunes and Barnes and Noble. I will love you forever.
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