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Friday, November 28, 2008

Shameless Self Promotion

I Like To Whine by William G. Bentrim is now available for purchase at Blurb.
Personally, I probably whine too much but this is my book for kids on whining and it’s consequences. It is my first attempt at selling a book. I have books I give away at under free books. A long time desire to actually publish something is the motivating factor on putting I Like to Whine on Blurb. If nothing else check it out and let me know what you think. Of course, if you want to buy a copy, WHOOHOO!


Book Calendar said...

The book has the right attitude. But, it is a little expensive for a childrens book. I rather like the color scheme.

Check your local bookstore for the approximate cost of a softcover and hardcover book and make it a little more comparable.

Jorge Olson said...

It is not shameless self promotion. It's good promotion!

I'll check out the book.


ibdragon said...

Jorge, thanks for the feedback.

Mighty Mouse, the problem with Blurb is that you are pretty much dependent on their pricing and policies. It was the cheapest venue for me to try and get something professionally done and out in the real world. If it gets any interest maybe I can find a way to print it and price it that will be more comparable to real publishers. Thanks as always for your faithful comments, it is nice to know that someone is consistently reading my blog.