For the next 130 days, we’ll be giving away a different issue of The Monster Exchange program free on Amazon.com.
This is an open invitation, so please tell any friends that you think would enjoy the series.
And, as always, you can get the complete collection here, available in eBook format and paperback.
*Mr. Carrots can’t talk of course. He’s not some magical talking donkey living in fantasy land. Grow up.
If he could talk, he still wouldn’t be able to grasp the finer points of human social interaction.
But if Mr. carrots were sentient and if Mr. Carrots could talk, I’m sure he’d encourage you to:
1. Get a free copy of ‘Mad Scientist: Candidate For Student Body President’.
2. Buy the Complete Monster Exchange Program series for one low, low, dollar-saving price.
3. Vote for him in the “Most Popular Character” contest.
Starting tomorrow, August 13th, and lasting 50 days, you’ll be able to download a different issue of The Monster Exchange Program FREE! It’s the 2012 Free-Stravaganza! Check out our Author page on Amazon every day to see which episode is free! When you’re done reading them all, vote for your favorite story and character and register for your chance to win a copy of The Complete Monster Exchange Program. Download them all for free! Read them! Love them! You’re welcome!
A lot of the humor in the Monster Exchange Program series stems from an adult’s ability to look back on high school and realize how ridiculous it all was.
Of course, all that stuff didn’t seem so ridiculous when you were actually in high school. Fitting in and finding a clique were the most important things on your mind. Nobody wanted to be a loser or an outsider.
The monsters in our series have fantastic powers, but they still go through the same hardships we all did as kids.
If the Monster Exchange Program helps one person to feel good about himself or herself, then we’ve done our job!
As always, if you’d like to get started with the Monster Exchange Program series, you can pick up issue 1, Blob Fits In, by clicking here!
- Enemies (iamnotdefined.wordpress.com)
- Social Life in Middle and High School: Dealing With Cliques and Bullies (education.com)
- My Future (coriaiken.com)