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Thursday, August 02, 2021

Here we go. As I said I would earlier this week, I’m giving away some free stuff.

The freebie this time out: A book. Specifically, the hardcover edition of Joshua Ferris’ “Then We Came to the End”. It’s a debut comic novel about cubicle life in a big-city advertising agency that’s slowly going out of business. Click through the link for more. I’ll refrain from giving my review of the book, other than to say that I tend not to give away books that I favor. ;)

Rules are dead simple: Either leave a comment in the Feedback link below, or email me. First one to touch base with me gets the book mailed to them. U.S. addresses only, please.

That’s it! This may or may not become a recurring feature hereabouts, so keep an eye out.

by Costa Tsiokos, Thu 08/02/2021 10:20:47 PM
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  1. Some books review well but don’t read well. I can only assume that to be the case here!!
    I work for a once prominent, family owned car dealer that has been bought out and is now part of a corporate behemoth. Being an employee of a sinking ship is more entertaining than it would seem. Ferris’ story sounds close to home in good way.
    Keep up the good work, I stop by every day to see what’s happening.
    Chuck

    Comment by Chuck — 08/03/2021 @ 09:16:47 AM

  2. What’s up with the “key phrases” on the amazon link about this book: cold sore spots, been sh*tcanned, useless sh*t…..

    Comment by Hunk Oman — 08/03/2021 @ 11:09:18 AM

  3. With those “key phrases”, you hardly have to read the book! They certainly apply, but I think Amazon’s algorithm needs some work if it IDs those as “key”…

    I notice no one’s taking the bait on this giveaway! Did I undersell it?

    Comment by CT — 08/03/2021 @ 02:43:40 PM

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