Did Someone Say Free?


BookCover5x8_Cream_150kindleStarting at midnight, His Only Star will be available on the Kindle for free! So get out there and spread the word! I mean, when has free stuff ever hurt anyone!? To help entice you, check out what people have been saying:

“He keeps the action going through the whole narrative, with little breaks to allow readers to get to know the characters. Weaved throughout are bits of symbolism, beautiful analogies, and raw emotion. I found myself actually yelling at the pages, and yes, there were some tears, too.”

“It’s a roller coaster of emotion, and I just couldn’t put it down for one second. The story is poignant and emotional, and it’s one of those texts that stay with you long after you read it. I highly recommend this novella!”

“This is a lovely, tragic slice-of-life story. Oliver is not the powerful, incredibly handsome hero of a sweeping epic, and that is what makes his story so touching. Stocking’s clean, simple writing reflects the relatable nature of his subject. His language is utterly unpretentious and keeps the reader absorbed in the characters. Good self-published novels may be few and far between, but look no further than His Only Star.”

Exciting, right? I thought so. His Only Star will be free until Tuesday, so don’t miss out! I’m looking to, hopefully, get 500 downloads before the event is over. So I would love it if you would help to spread the word. I’ve heard many times that word of mouth is the best way to market. So I’m counting on you guys!

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