The Better Than Chocolate Kindle E-Book Contest! is going well and I have been adding each contestant's name to the growing list. You have until 12/31/10 to enter and have a chance to win one of 3 Kindle ebooks of my first title, Notes from Nadir. You don't need a Kindle as you can get a free Kindle app. Or you can request a PDF version.
Just leave a comment saying you're in the contest and you want to read Notes from Nadir. Your email address should be included and you can write it out to avoid spam. You also should be a Notes from Nadir blog subscriber.
'LEAVING NADIR' BLOG STARTS FRIDAY
The sequel to Notes from Nadir,Leaving Nadir, makes its debut on Friday, December 3, 2010.
BRAND NEW KINDLE BOOK ARRIVES
In 2007 I wrote the first of many drafts of my newest book entitled Love Me, Need Me: A Narcissist's Tale. Unlike Notes from Nadir, this book is rated "R" due to the subject matter. If you have an active book review site or blog and would like to review a PDF version of this title, please contact me. Here is a summary that is even suitable for those readers under 18!
Middle-aged Arlen J. Stevenson hails from Alabama. He's a bumbling sexual predator, narcissist, and author of three insipid zombie books. His relentless and often hilarious pursuit of women online leads him to our other protagonist, Los Angeles-based writer of term papers, Helena Hoffman. She isn’t aware of what Arlen is as she only sees his amusing and entertaining side in their daily email correspondence.
Told in alternating points of view, we see Arlen’s self-absorbed lifestyle as he endeavors to meet his numerous catches all over the South. Helena and Arlen get friendlier via their online communication, and he invites her to be his personal manager because of her communications skills, gullibility factor and location. She launches a MySpace site for his new company. Soon he realizes there are thousands of available women in his region alone! Unlike the jailbait that many online stalkers pursue, Arlen chases after their mothers and grandmothers. Helena is aware of his perpetual cheating and decides to investigate it in person. What happens after that is alternately scary and darkly humorous. Warning: Contains graphic sexual content and language.