Help My Publisher Buy a Maserati

If we sell enough Bob, The Right Hand of God books, my publisher says he will be able to buy a new Maserati. I doubt his choice would be purple, but still, it’s a pretty car.

I’m not sure if this desire of his for a new Maserati is a real wish or if it’s more a metaphor for selling a ton of books. Well, several tons. A ton of my books would be about 3,000 of them, and there’s no way the profits on that would get him anything but a junker. Still, it’s a goal to reach for, and then once that’s reached, we can aim for another ton.

And I? What would I buy from the proceeds of all these tons of books? There’s nothing I need right now, though I must admit financial solvency would be nice.

What would be even nicer is if large numbers of people read and enjoyed the book. I wouldn’t mind if fame didn’t come along with the the sales of those tons of books because fame is overrated. But I would like people to recognize the name of the book, maybe even my name as an author. And I’d like to be able to say, “I sold a ton of books,” and know it was the literal truth.

To help us reach this tonnage, after you read the book, I would appreciate your leaving a review on Amazon. It’s a relatively easy way of supporting the author you love (me).


What if God decided to re-create the world and turn it into a galactic theme park for galactic tourists? What then?

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3 Responses to “Help My Publisher Buy a Maserati”

  1. kcoffman Says:

    Hmmm, that means SP has sold over 20 tons of books. I never thought about it that way. I wonder if our readers have changed the rotation of the Earth? Sell a ton, Pat. It’s a fun book. I hope people embrace and love it like I do.

  2. Pat’s Publisher Needs a Maserati – Malcolm's Round Table Says:

    […] wrote in her blog that she needs to sell a ton of copies of her new book Bob, The Right Hand of God, maybe 3000 […]

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