My book Scapegoat launched one year ago today. The book continues to do well. I finished the screenplay recently. I am in the process of pitching the screenplay right now. I also went back and did a rewrite on the 35 Miles From Shore screenplay. So, I’m pitching that one as well.
As part of the marketing for Scapegoat, I’m always applying for promotional opportunities with Amazon and other online sites. I learned today that Scapegoat was picked up by Amazon for an eBook promotion. I’ve applied to so many I’m not sure how long this one will last. But for a limited time the Scapegoat eBook is available for just $3.99. So please share this post on Facebook and Twitter.
If you have been following the reviews on sites such as Amazon and Goodreads, you will see that there hasn’t been one challenger to the thesis that the NTSB got it wrong.
So what does an author do on the one year anniversary of a book? Celebrate? Yes. Wait, I have to go to work today. Oh, well. I’ll celebrate in Wyoming tonight. The picture in this post was taken on my last trip to Jackson Hole.
Here’s to Hoot, Scott, and Gary. I’ll keep on spreading the word.
Interesting read of FLT 841! Quick question….Did, at any time, any of the three aircrew consider taking a independent polygraph test to exonerate themselves? While not 100%, they’re reasonably accurate…seems like they had nothing to loose after the appeals process was finished.
Hoot volunteered to take a lie detector test. The NTSB declined.