Tuesday, January 5, 2016
yeah, shut up.
I'm not sure how to start this post. I considered naming it "I Wrote a Book." Which I did.
My first novel, yeah, shut up is now available for download on Amazon. If you're a member of Kindle Unlimited, you can read it for free for the next few weeks. Everyone else will have to pay the burdensome price of $2.99.
The book has nothing to do with '90s comics. I'm not a one-trick pony, people. It's about music in the '90s, specifically the multitude of alternative rock bands signed in the hopes that someone would become the next Nirvana.
In the previous century, young kids deluded themselves into thinking "musician" was a viable career path. Follow two kids from Who Cares, Alabama as they form a band, experience their big break, release an album, and disappear into obscurity. All the fun you'd ever hope to find in a fictitious account of a 1990s alt-rock band almost going mainstream. If you still think you missed the train to Mars, if you miss the lands of green and skies of blue, this could be the novel for you.
If you like it, please remember to leave a review on the Amazon page, since I've been told repeatedly that this is important. If you'd like to spread the word on whatever social media platform you enjoy, I'd certainly appreciate the support.
If anyone's curious about my experience with the Amazon self-publishing deal, I might write a post about it in the future. In the meantime, I hope you give the book a shot and deem it worthy of the Amazon gift card your aunt gave you for Christmas this year.