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Dear Lover of Good Books and Bargains:
Boy, are you in luck.
Because I am so desperate to have people read my latest book, I am giving it away for free on Kindle. That’s right, the cost to you is zilch, squat, nada, nothing. All the Different Ways Love Can Feel is completely gratas through September 12. So if you read the book and like it, be so kind as to write a review on Amazon and spread the word on social media (or conch shell, if you prefer). If you don’t like the book, you’re wrong, and I feel sorry for you.
Message to Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Jose: kindly piss off into the ocean where you belong, and leave us land lubbers alone.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to go spend another fourteen years writing made up stories, so, when I’m fifty-two, I can give those away for free.
Have a nice day.
Max, Author of Free Books (if I was a completely different person, here is where I would drop a killer emoji. Alas, I am a grumpy old man, the kind who uses the word alas a bit too frequently.)
Almost two years ago, I sat down with a composition notebook, a pen, and no real ideas for a story. All I knew was I wanted to try to write (as realistically as possible) a novel completely through a woman’s perspective. What I ended up with was Unlove Me, definitely the most personal book I’ve written to date. Because it doesn’t fit neatly into a specific genre, I decided to release it for free on Wattpad. Just click here if you’re interested.
Nearing forty, Hannah has a damn near perfect life. She is a successful HR director of a prosperous software company. She has a lovely home, two beautiful and healthy sons as well as a handsome husband who adores her. Life, on paper, couldn’t be better. But Hannah also harbors a macabre side, and when she–on a whim–purchases a bookcase that can be converted into a coffin, she unwittingly sets a chain of events in motion that force her to confront her troubled past. . .not to mention the many and varied lies she’s told her husband. Equal parts detective mystery and literary character study, Unlove Me, at its core, tackles the age-old question that every spouse must ask him or herself: can you ever really know your partner?
Max Everhart’s latest books are All the Different Ways Love Can Feel, a collection of short stories available on his Createspace store and Amazon, and Unlove Me, a novel you can read for free on Wattpad. Find Max on Facebook and twitter.