Many of you know that I am a terrible reader. No, no, that came out wrong. I’m an avid reader, and I read super fast, but I’m total crap when it comes to writing about reading. Most of the time I don’t note it in my Goodreads or review it on Amazon or even mention I’ve read it. Much as I’d like to say I’m sorry, I’m really not, because I am a bad person. We can discuss that another time. Maybe Tuesday.
Today I’m hosting my blogging buddy Boyack, with his newest release The Experimental Notebook II. I enjoyed being a beta reader on the first one, and so far, I’ve liked the first two stories in the new book as well. When Boyack said he’d like to get some more exposure and asked if any of us would be willing to help out, I thought I might could redeem myself by posting a promotional page.
And now, Craig Boyack:
Thanks for inviting me to your blog to introduce my newest book, this is the second collection of short stories and micro-fiction, cleverly called The Experimental Notebook of C. S. Boyack II.
This book covers several speculative genres I write in, including paranormal, science fiction, and one that might pass for fantasy. There are also two tales with no speculative element at all. I shoved them in as extras, the book is still only 99¢.
Short fiction nearly died out, along with the newspapers and magazines that published it. Amazon gave it a new lease on life, and I’ve seen quite a few solo stories at 99¢. I think consumers deserve a better deal than that, so this book contains fifteen such stories.
These are perfect for long carpool trips, coffee breaks, or lunch breaks. I’d appreciate you taking a chance on them.
It was sorta the least I could do for such a devoted reader, hm?
I cannot guarantee you’ll enjoy Boyack’s short stories, because I don’t know that you’ll like what I like. I mean, for all I know, maybe you like ketchup on your spaghetti marinara.
To purchase The Experimental Notebook of C. S. Boyack II:
To see all his books:
To stalk Boyack all over the internet:
I will now return to reading things I probably won’t write about.