The Great Zero-Sum

This month has been so busy so far. I’m talking busy, about as active as a cat chasing a laser light dot. That’s right, and there were times when I was just as fruitful as that damn cat too. It seemed like thousands of things begged a piece of me. I’m sure that’s an exaggeration – perhaps only nine hundred fifty. Let’s say a hell of a lot of alligators trying to bite me on my ass while I tried to drain a swamp.

More than once I felt like the mouse seeing the fierce eagle swooping down with talons ready to grab. But then the mouse had one last act of defiance in him. He stood on his hind legs and stared that giant bird down. Then he flipped his middle finger skyward. He gave the bird the bird.

Anyway, I’ve been busy. And that’s why I have been remiss on putting out my blog.

What I have done is work on the new book – my metaphysical non-fiction. I’m also still working on The Null Factor (the latest in my Factor series). Then there is The Great Zero-Sum, my newest novel. This book took a considerable amount of time. I’m not used to formatting anything; this book consumed the elephant-sized share of my effort. For several days I had to work things out, but after several oh shits, a couple of sons-of-bitches, and one or two strings of obscenities that might irreparably incinerate your ears, I completed the work.

The pain I felt was what it should have been. I mean don’t all births hurt a little? I’ve been in the room during my children’s birth, and it looked to me there was a little bit of frustration, impatience, and a whole lot of pain was there. Okay, my book didn’t cause that kind of pain, but it did become quite the pain in the ass, and I’m glad it’s over.

That is right. The ebook is now available for pre-order, and It’s a good deal. You get to have immeasurable pleasure, reading, imagining, and living vicariously through all the plot twists, the battles, and scenes that make your heart race. You get all of that for $2.99. Great deal, huh. All you need to do is click on this link to get started. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B082MSD5QZ

Another thing is the paperback. Sure it costs a little more. It is $14.99, but there is value in it. First, you can have it in your hot little hands before Christmas if you don’t dilly-dally. That’s one hell of a deal. Second, you get to hold it in your hands and smell that new book smell. There are other things, along with the first two things. Like the ebook, this edition is full of action, adventure, and sex– uh, romance, whatever you want to call it.

one is … no. Already taken. Ow about, excellent writing, or maybe, thrilling read. There are lots of pet names you could use for my book.

Ah, well. If you want the paperback, follow this link.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/1674813260?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860

Okay, with all kidding aside. I think you will love The Great Zero-Sum!

I’ll bet you will enjoy it as much as I did before I had to format the damn thing. Author’s privilege to the book pet names. Hey! If you owned one, you, too, could give the book pet names. Something like, oh how about, Good book: uh, no, that one is … no. Already taken. Ow about, excellent writing, or maybe, thrilling read. There are lots of pet names you could use for my book.

Ah, well. If you want the paperback, follow this link.

Okay, with all kidding aside. I think you will love The Great Zero-Sum!

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