IT'S HERE: My New eBook Manifesto

Today is a special day. Why, you ask? Because today is the day I am publishing my very first e-book! (Ooo...ahhh...) Photobucket Note: By “publishing” I mean crafting it entirely by myself and giving it away to anyone who will read it.

I’m really excited (and admittedly slightly nervous) to finally show you what I’ve been working on since January. This here is five months in the making, guys. Even though it's only 27 pages. And some of those pages have less than ten words on them. But I worked hard on it and I can’t wait to hear what you think.

One of my goals for 2012 was to publish an e-book, and this is my way of accomplishing that. A lot of bloggers and writers I respect have written manifestos--statements of belief and calls to action. Essentially, anything they think is missing in the world. [Check out these by Jeff Goins and Michael Perkins to see what I mean.]

In keeping with that vein, I came up with this idea. It’s a topic I’ve thought about a lot throughout my later years of college and on, and I hope something in it resonates with you.

Anyway, on to the downloading...

The book is absolutely free! All you have to do is subscribe to my e-mail list (either click the previous link or subscribe on the sidebar). It takes about five seconds. Once you do, you’ll receive an e-mail to confirm your subscription (please do :) ) which will also include the link to download the PDF.

Hope you enjoy!

Please feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments. I’d love to know your reaction. Y’know, unless it made you want to throw rocks at me or you think it’s the worst thing ever written. Then you can keep that to yourself.