Happy Ham Hangover Day

Good King Wenceslas knew a good thing when he saw it. He called it St. Stephen’s Day, but most commonwealth countries nowadays call it Boxing Day. Here in the States, we call it Ham Hangover Day, and in these heady postmodern times, it’s the day we rush online to use our day-old gift cards on the things we really wanted–like, say LOSING TOUCH?

And now, the Kindle edition is on sale at the reduced price of at $4.99, so it’s never been more worth it. But don’t take my word for it…

LOSING TOUCH, now available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

LOSING TOUCH, now available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Professor emeritus from Pepperdine University and two-time Bram Stoker finalist Michael R. Collings, in writing for HELLNOTES, says LOSING TOUCH is an “insightful, intriguing, and ultimately entertaining and uplifting novel…”

Paula Limbaugh, at Matt Molgaard’s HORROR NOVEL REVIEWS, says: “I highly recommend that you pick up a copy of this book and find out for yourself where this all leads to. An easy read that leaves you wanting more…”

In her review for SHOCK TOTEM, Rose Blackthorn writes that LOSING TOUCH “wasn’t quite what I was expecting. Regardless, I was quickly caught up in the storyline and clear writing, and taken to an ending I didn’t see coming but thoroughly enjoyed…”

If you buy a new print edition (or purchased one in the past), you can buy the Kindle edition for only $1.99 (Save 60%). Print edition purchase must be sold by Amazon. Learn more.

So why not use your gift card on a paperback copy of LOSING TOUCH? Or the Kindle (or even Nook) edition? It’s a great way to support the arts and, in the spirit of Good King Wenceslas, the artist behind it: “Ye who now will bless the poor / Shall yourselves find blessing.”

You can also mail me your leftover ham.

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