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BOOK IS OUT!

Well if you're an avid reader of this blog, then you will know I have been working on publishing a book for quite some time.

It's finally out!

The title is called "Synthetic Tales of Everyday Life" and it's available pretty much anywhere you can buy books.

It is an ebook, so don't go looking for actually copies you can hold in your hand. The price varies depending on where you buy it, but it's $3.99 at Authorhouse.com

You can view it on your kindle, kobo, mobile phone or computer... so pretty much you can buy it and read it on anything you have.

The website is almost ready to launch and I'm hoping it's done by the end of the year. I just have to pay out my final invoice and tidy up a few things. :)

Meanwhile, the webstore is still open if you want to purchase some swag....possibly as a Christmas present for a loved one??? :)

Thanks y'all!

If you do end up buying a copy, please feel free to e-mail me or BBM me and tell me what you think!

_M_M_ 2013

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