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Buy my brother’s book


You may, while reading this blog, have come to the conclusion that I’m so amazingly talented and intelligent that I must surely be an only child, as no family could support another life in addition to my own prodigious accomplishments. But in fact, no. I have a brother, and he’s got a book coming out later this year from the good folks at Harmony Ink, and now I’m going to recruit ya’ll into a marketing push that will hopefully propel it into the upper levels of the sales charts.

Unfortunately you can’t get out your credit cards quite yet, as it’s not available to purchase at the moment (Harmony Ink has yet to officially announce it for this year’s slate), but what you can do is head over to his blog and read the first in a series of thrilling behind the scenes blog posts about the creative and business realities of writing.

When you’ve finished doing that, just keep your payment details handy and be ready to hit the “go” button the second I give the word. If you fail to do so, I’ll come to your house in the middle of the night and make incremental adjustments to the position of your garden furniture, and it will unsettle the fuck out of you.

I have personally read the book myself and can attest to its many fine qualities and laudable features. Together, we can give it a fighting chance in the red-in-tooth-and-nail world of publishing. Together, we can transfer large sums of money into my brother’s bank account. I know I can count on you all to step up to the plate and make a difference.