Our Words Of Old
A few years back we wrote a novel (ok, like almost a decade now!) It was a stream-of-consciousness deal very much inspired by Kerouac. (And yes I wrote it over the course of a month, highly influenced by speed, vodka and 'other' intoxicants) The final product was a mash-up ranging from literary genius to confusing drivel. Fast forward to the present. We're searching for a photo of the cover and come across the book on Amazon. While they provide the same descriptions and author info we wrote for the publisher, some of their tags are interesting. Really unimportant mentions like Gentle Wind, Kansas City and Nine Miles make the list. But the real interesting info on the book's page is the sales rank. Look out Nicholas Sparks, And Yet It Moves ranks an impressive 2,405,674 on the sales chart. Nice. So if you want to help get the book up in the top million, buy a copy or hey get a hold of me, I got some for ya on the cheap.
From the A/C Archive