One Day Only! (Man, talk about old school…)

Seriously? Is anyone still doing that anymore? Well, yeah. Me!

Hopefully, I’m not wearing my faithful out with repeated posts about Hyde and Zeke, but I can’t help it. I’ve started getting reviews, and they’ve been very positive, which is good because I think this is one of the best stories I’ve ever dreamed up. 

Now, because my marketing campaign still isn’t geared up completely, I feel the need to keep spreading the word here, and when possible give my readers a chance to get a copy of the book… for FREE!

And yes, there is a catch. It’ll only be available as a free download for 24 hours, TODAY: Monday, Sept. 12th (PST).

Zeke front coverI would dearly love to see that everyone who follows my blog takes advantage of this opportunity. And tell all your family and friends! Seriously, this book has got something for everyone–action, adventure, romance, suspense, humor, and surprises–right up to the end.

One extremely kind reviewer said she’s ready for a sequel! That’s really the kind of thing writers love to hear. (Seriously, you liked it that much? Awesome!)

So please, either save the link below, or come back here tomorrow and click on it. You’ll arrive at the Amazon page for the book, and you can download your copy on the spot.

And once you’ve finished reading it, please take a minute or two to post a review. You can’t imagine how helpful that will be. [Smile]

I’ll be back next week with something writerly, I promise!

The link:


About joshlangston

Grateful and well-loved husband, happy grandparent, novelist, editor, and teacher. My life plate is full, and I couldn't be happier. Anything else I might add would be anticlimactic. Cheers!
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5 Responses to One Day Only! (Man, talk about old school…)

  1. Barry says:

    Hey Josh. Just caught a peek at Hyde & Zeke on Amazon and noticed the “S” fell off the end of “Acknowledgements” and ended up on the next line. Looks like this:


    • joshlangston says:

      That’s the downside of ebooks. Font size is left up to the reader. I don’t know why it’s cranked up to max to begin with. You’d think something more middling would make sense. But, the reader can enlarge the size or knock it down to whatever’s comfy. Thanks for dropping by. And don’t forget to download the freebie TOMORROW!

  2. An-l says:

    Josh, as you well know, reading books online is not my cup of tea. However, I did download this one. I’m halfway through it love it. However, I’ll be ordering the book soon, and I promise I’ll write a review.

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