The Goblin Road e-book Now Only 99 Cents!

Who knew that you could squash the vile hopes of dark-hearted pixies at the same time as you entertain yourself reading The Goblin Road, now with the cost of a measly 99 cents?(I did, actually, but I don’t want to come off as a know-it all, so I won’t say this aloud. Parentheses, after all, make these words unspoken. Shhhh.)

So you’ve decided that, even though you love the feel of pages in a paperback or hard cover, you love trees enough to buy a e-book reader. Perhaps it’s a Kindle or perhaps its a Nook, or maybe even a Kookle. In any case, I am afraid to be the bearer of bad news. Your collection is missing a book. The book you need, that will save you countless hours of stress and entertain you in the meantime, is The Goblin Road. (I happen to have it on good authority that it’s pretty entertaining. After all, I wrote it to entertain myself.)

This book is so important, that without it, your e-shelves may fall apart, spilling your e-books onto your e-floor.

You do not want this to happen.

I am here to help remedy this problem.

I have an amazing magical spell that works this way: I will type a link after this sentence, and it will magically transport you to a place you can buy The Goblin Road e-book for a mere 99 cents.

STORE (Otherwise known as the place you can buy the book that will save your e-library)

You’re welcome. Oh, and if you’ve dropped your e-reader into the bathtub and have therefore decided that there’s nothing as good as a real book that you can hold in your hands, you can buy that in the store too. Perhaps you’ll want both. Just in case. The pixies won’t like it, but I will.

By J. Parrish Lewis

J. Parrish Lewis was born and raised in Maryland. In his youth there, he and his brother had many adventures in the dogwood forests near his home. His nostalgia for these adventures has strongly influenced his characters, their relationships, and their perspective on the world they inhabit. He moved to California’s coast to earn his degree in communications and now lives with his family in the San Joaquin Valley. Lewis is profoundly deaf and uses American Sign Language to communicate. He enjoys hazelnut coffee, captioned movies, and walking his dog.

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