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Appendix N: That Moment When The Box Arrives

You know the scene. Marty McFly has come back from 1955 after saving history with his pal Doc Brown. But something is different.

Instead of wrecking the car, Biff is waxing it. Instead of working a Burger King, Marty’s brother has job at an office. And George McFly… he’s cool, confident, and at the top of his game.

But this isn’t enough to establish that things have really changed. There’s one more beat to go here in order to clinch it. Biff shows up with a box: it’s George Mcfly’s book. He’s a big time published author and he now hows the hard cover book with his name on it!

I remember seeing that movie when it came out and thinking… that’s going to be me some day.

Well, today is the day!

And yes. This thing is certainly turning heads.

You can get it at Amazon for either Kindle or in hardback.

What are people saying? Well here’s a sample:

I gave up reading for ten years maybe only reading a handful of novels in the last five years. But then I read Jeffros posts and downloaded Pirates of Venus and now have a tbr list of seventy books.

Thank you for giving me back the joy of reading.

Get your copy today and join the revolution in publishing!

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6 responses to “Appendix N: That Moment When The Box Arrives

  1. oakesspalding July 23, 2017 at 1:29 am

    That comment is about the best compliment an author could get. I’m sure it could be multiplied by a hundred. As for me, due to Appendix N, I just finished reading The Broken Sword, after staring at it on my shelf for twenty years. Now I’m depressed. Full Icelandic Saga depressed. Thanks.

    • John E. Boyle July 23, 2017 at 12:50 pm

      Steady, steady. Go ahead and switch lanes into the Roaring Trumpet by De Camp & Pratt. Or Poul Anderson’s Operation Chaos/3 Hearts & 3 Lions stories. Both are much more positive and fun reads to boot.

      But whatever you do, DON”T read Hrolf Kraki’s Saga. Not yet anyway. That’s as depressing as the Broken Sword, if not worse.

      • oakesspalding July 23, 2017 at 4:33 pm

        That’s part of what got me. I was expecting it to be like Three Hearts and Three Lions, though Anderson did warn us in the introduction…

        I’m partly joking, of course. Jeffro is right in his first sentence on it – “This novel is superb.” I just feel a bit bad about what happened to, well, pretty much everyone.

  2. J. D. Brink July 23, 2017 at 3:38 am

    That’s awesome! Congrats, George McFly!

  3. John E. Boyle July 23, 2017 at 12:46 pm

    Congratulations. That must have felt great. (Both opening the box and the comment).

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