Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Why it’s worth taking a chance on a book by a new writer.

A good book costs less than a bad haircut.

But let’s say it doesn’t work out. You’re not happy with it. In your book, it’s not a good book. It’s a bad book. Even so, you’re better off with a bad book than a bad haircut. At least you don’t have to walk around with it on your head embarrassing you.

And, unlike a haircut, you can always sell it second hand.

Convinced? Try this one.

Here are a few more you might want to consider.

The Manuscript.
North.
Selfish Jean.
Across the Mystic Shore.
Dark Rain.

4 comments:

SAND STORM said...

Congratulations! from one of the unpublished shadows.

roger said...

Thanks Sand Storm. Good luck with your own endeavours.

Don Capone said...

It's funny you made the bad book/bad haircut analogy. I like to wear bad books on my head like a scarlet letter so everyone will know I made a bad choice! Just kidding.

Your books sounds great, Roger. Can't wait to get my copy.

roger said...

Don, thanks for popping in. Of course you can wear a bad book on your head if you want to. But you don't have to. That's the important difference between books and haircuts.