99 Cent Burritos

timeburrito_kindleIt’s July 4th! And for all you Americans, it can mean many things, like beer, family, and fireworks! Oh, there’s that whole signing the Declaration of Independence thing too. It can also mean watching Will Smith battle aliens and wondering why every American President can’t be like Bill Pullman.

In celebration of Independence Day, Pete has decided that July 4th-7th his journey through time will only be 99 cents! A buck burrito? How can you go wrong? Maybe you already have a copy of Time Burrito but your friends don’t have one. Why not get them a copy for only one dollar! Just click the “give as gift” button when you go to purchase here.

That’s not all! I also want to give you something free just for following this blog. In this story, you’ll notice that I was extremely optimistic about when you’d see shipping drones in the skies. But when I wrote it, I thought it wouldn’t be long, and I still don’t. Dates aside, I think it’s a good story about the dangers of automation. Enjoy your free copy of Living Material Inside – Open Immediately.

And as always, if you like what you read, please leave a review!

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If You Enjoyed Time Burrito—

Time Burrito has had a fantastic release, and I have all of you to thank for it. I really appreciate the support this book has seen. The free promotion was a resounding success of over 5000 downloads, and reviews seem to show people are enjoying the book. If you want to help, consider leaving a review yourself, or tell a friend about the book.

If you’ve read, shared, and loved Time Burrito and are itching for more, I would consider Playlist of the Ancient Dead. It’s a horror, science fiction, comedy with my most unusual premise. If you want to read Time Burrito’s sister book, check out Othello and Zombies. I wrote both of those at the same time. Finally, if my books with a comic edge are in the immortal words of Graham Chapman “too silly,” I would suggest Atmospheric Pressure. It’s a straight up Orwellian thriller that is nearing completion of a sequel.

Thanks again, you rock and/or roll.