We’re very pleased to announce that Die Booth’s new single author collection ‘365 Lies’ – one little story a day for a whole year – is now out. It’s available to buy online in both print and ebook formats. All profits will go to the MNDA and if you order your book today, for launch day 20th November 2014 only, you can get 30% off the price of a print book (without the charity losing any profit), just use code FLASH30 at the Lulu checkout.
- PDF £1.99 – (£1.23 profit goes to the MNDA) – buy it here
- epub £1.99 – (£1.23 profit goes to the MNDA) – buy it here
- Paperback £7.99 (plus P&P) – (£1.67 profit goes to the MNDA) – buy it here and use code FLASH30 for 30% off on 20/11/2014.
(PDF and epub work fine on most e-readers – but if you have trouble, you can convert to .mobi online for free here.)
All formats feature analogue photos to illustrate throughout, and the beautiful cover was designed by Earl Foolish – check out more of their wonderful design work here.
If you don’t want to buy a book, please consider donating to the MNDA anyway here.
Author Die Booth says, “I’m really excited to have this book finally out there – all my stories are important to me, but this collection in particular means a lot. It was written through the entire course of a tough year – it would be a tricky proposition at the best of times to write one story a day, but it seemed even harder in 2013. Inspirational people got me through (not just in regards to the writing) and I want to thank everyone who helped, and everyone who made suggestions for stories when I was flagging. I feel like I changed a lot that year (hopefully for the better!) and so it’s quite daunting to have actually published this book – even though the stories are (well, 95%…) fictional, it still feels so personal that it’s almost like publishing my diary. It’s a charting of downs and up-and-ups, and everyone who has touched my life is in there.
If you buy it, or donate to the MNDA, I sincerely thank you. If you read it and enjoy it, you can tell me what you think here on Goodreads – and please recommend it to anyone who you think might enjoy it. If you read it and hate it then you can whisper constructive criticism for the next one to me at die.booth[at]gmail[dot]com ! Finally, please spread the word on social media or anywhere else, because indie authors need all the good publicity they can get.”
If you buy a copy of 365 Lies, then thank you on behalf of both the author and The Mad Doctors of Literature and know you’re supporting not only a great charity, but also indie publishing. We salute you!