Nothing is better than free. Well, almost nothing. I'd like to think sex is better than free, but I might lean toward the thought that sex if free. Maybe not for everybody.
In our efforts to boost your morale and our authors' presences, we would like to strike a deal with you.
For the next seven days, any reader who reviews one of our books (and we will know if you haven't read it) is entitled to receive a free e-copy of any of our books. You choose.
The review should be between 100-250 words long and be conversational, yet knowledgeable. We would like you to post the review to Amazon and send us a copy of the review in an email that tells us which book you would like to read.
Ohhhh yeah, one more perk: the reviewers names will be put into a hat and one lucky reader will win something...we're not going to tell you what it is though...because it's huge.
Unsolicited Press has become a bit more creative recently with the addition of merchandise. Sticking with our quirky attitude, the mugs, tote bags and so on are just that... some feature quotes from our books, others with our logo or motto adhered to the side.
We welcome comments and ideas from readers and authors alike. The funds from the merchandise goes back into the promotional account for all of our books. You can find the merch here.
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Unsolicited Press is a beast that runs on good energy and dedicated editors and staff. Your donation helps pay these folks when books don't sell or we just break even. You see, our staff doesn't get paid until the bills and the authors are paid -- and sometimes that means we make pennies...we don't mind it, but your support really helps keep us afloat.
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Most of our editors cherish our subscription with Audible. Right now they are offering free trials and a free audiobook. This is a great place to listen to Baxter's "The Art of Subtext." Think about it.