That’s the question I asked myself before I published my new short story collection by the same name, Everyday Psychopaths. There’s something fascinating about people going crazy and doing unpredictable things. Crazy people are all around us and there’s at least a little bit of crazy in all of us.
A collection of short stories that will both frighten you and make you laugh out loud. Warning: reading these three stories can make you sound like a crazy person. Kind of like an Everyday Psychopath…
In Everyday Psychopaths you find three stories, all three of them containing an everyday psychopath of some kind. The first one is close to a horror story with a dose of dark humor, the short second one is more literary but scary in its own right, and the third one is all dark comedy. Included in this collection is also two samples of my novels, The Wake-Up Call and Hollywood Ass. I hope you like them enough to consider checking them out in full.
(Yes, it’s an adorable kitten reading a book. All to get your attention.)
How do you market a book without reviews or testimonials? The answer is you don’t. Book reviews sell books, there’s no question about it. And for indie authors reviews are an even more important tool, because some e-book marketing sites won’t even accept an ad if the book has less than 4.0 stars out of 5 in average (I find this rule very strange), so without reviews or with a poor review average you will have little chance to get your writing out to a wider audience.
It was a long time since I posted on the blog so I thought, what the hell…
As you all know by now, Hollywood Ass. is out. So far it’s just a soft-launch, meaning I haven’t really done any marketing around the book. We will see what happens once I do, I’m curious about this book and not really sure what to think of it myself to be honest.
As a small teaser before Hollywood ASS. hits the stores, I’ve published a little short story that you might enjoy. And if you do, please share it with your friends!
The story is about Jasper’s dreaded development talk with his psychopath manager. It turns out even worse than he could have ever imagined.