Thursday, April 30, 2015

FREE Best Selling Book Download.

One of Ari Publishing's most popular novels, The Dead Machine, features seven people thrown together after a scientific invention, created with the best of intentions, opens a portal whose inhabitants are blood-thirsty predators known only as daemons. In the Dean Koontz genre, it is a fast paced thrill-ride that starts on the very first page and continues unabated until it's breath-taking climax.

 Here is just one of it's five star reviews:

Keeps you on the edge of your seat with all the twists, challenges, and obstacles the group of seven face in order to keep this world safe from daemonic possession. Virgil, a self-proclaimed 'freakin' genius' has opened up a can of worms (or daemons, in this case) and it becomes necessary for mere mortals to put them back. I highly recommend this read, but wear gloves so you don't bite your fingernails off. Carol McKee

Want a taste? Here are the first three pages.

Chapter One

   “Virgil? Good heavens, Virgil, is that you? Is that really you!?”
   Virgil’s eyes immediately widened and his heart leaped at the sound of her voice. His hand trembled on the dials as he fine-tuned the transmission.
   When the hissing lessened he replied with unrestrained excitement, “Yes, yes it is me! It’s Virgil!”
   There was a moment’s hesitation, then she asked, “How… how is this possible?”
   He stared at the speaker, imagining her face, longing to see it again. He paid no attention to the cold or to the steamy vapor escaping his mouth as he breathed. Nor the drafts that bit into his fingers and snaked up his pant leg. He even ignored the acrid smell permeating every inch of the barn.
   Nothing mattered, nothing but this moment, this incredibly special moment.
   Shaking with excitement, Virgil leaned into the microphone. “Do you remember, just before you were taken away, me telling you that no matter what, I would find you, and that we’d be together again?”
   Through the crackling static came a reply. “Yes, but that… many years ago. And in th… situations people say things, knowing that… comforting things… lessen the hardship, to lessen… pain. I never thought that …”
   “That I’d actually find you?”
   The static grew louder and panic gripped Virgil. He jumped out of his seat and scanned the computer screens, recalibrating and synchronizing the feed.
   “…have found me. Oh, Virgil, somehow you‘ve done the impossible!”
   “Nothing is impossible!” Virgil shot back. “They all scoffed. They ridiculed and dismissed my work as a delusion, as fantasy. My grants dried up, my investors backed out; even the military gave up. But I never gave up! I made you a solemn promise and today, that promise has been kept.”
   “Virgil, I don’t know what to say, I…”
   Virgil interrupted as he scanned the computer screens. “What are your surroundings? Describe them for me. Can you see the stars?”
   The static increased. The reply broke up. All four computer screens flashed Recalibrating…
   “…The horizon in the morning… when I look out… the lights are always on… when we gather as a group…”
   The hissing overwhelmed the rest of the sentence.
   Virgil’s hands flew over the controls.
   “Mostly, we have a…”
   Some background noise seeped into the transmission, then a stranger’s voice. “Virgil…? Lillian, did I just hear Virgil? Where…it coming from?”
   “Bert, this is…private conversation and…”
   The man ignored her. “Virgil? Is that you? Where are you? It’s me, Bert Langley. Remember me? I… science teacher… down… block? You used… newspaper to my… when you… kid. And I… tip you a whole…”
   “Get out… here, you bastard,” Lillian bellowed. “Virgil doesn’t… about you! He wants… talk to me!”
   Virgil heard a grunt, a huff and a shuffling of feet.
   “Okay, he’s gone, and yes, we... several times a week… socialize and talk about…. back home.”
Virgil felt a lump in his throat. “You still miss us? Even after all this time?”
   “Of course, Virgie! It’s knowing that our… care for us is…keeps us together. You are… thoughts each and every day.”
   Tears spilled down Virgil’s cheek. “You are in mine each and every day too and…”
   Virgil stopped when he heard Bert Langley’s voice again. It grew louder as he moved back into the transmission field. “Over there, see? I told you! Lillian is… with the outside. What? No! She’s not sending signals, she’s receiving them! See for… apparently… is possible…”
Lillian’s voice broke through in sharp hushed tones. “They’re coming Virgil! Disconnect! I don’t want them to know what you’ve accomplished. Get… to me in… few days!”
   “Who’s coming? What are you talk…?”
   “Disconnect! Disconnect!” she shouted.
   Virgil did.
   He bowed his head and his hands fell into his lap as the level indicators on the array of computer screens slowly dropped, then flat lined.
   A few moments later, when the shock started wearing off, he said in a shaky voice, “I did it!       After eleven years of ridicule from those jealous miscreants, I did it! We actually spoke.”
   He wrapped his arms around himself, breathed deeply, then shot his fist into the air. “And this,” he said, bursting with confidence, “is just the beginning!”
   Virgil rose from his chair at the control panel, walked over to his desk, reached down and picked up the framed photo that had accompanied him everywhere he went. He gazed at the picture, smiled, kissed it and placed it back on his desk.
   The photo was of his mother, Lillian.
   A woman dead for the past eleven years.

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Saturday, April 18, 2015

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I recently bought a BMW. I’m not saying this to brag but because 5 years ago I was jobless, broke and my car was falling apart. The only thing keeping me afloat were my book royalties, but after paying for advertisements and promotion, that was barely enough to live on.

At fifty years of age nobody was interested in hiring me and things looked very bleak. While doing promotions for my novels, I came across a guy who had written a book on how to make money online. Personally I thought it all was a scam but after listening to how he made his money, (and checking out his Mercedes) I have to admit I became interested.

His pitch was simple. With the advent of the internet it became possible to buy things online. You didn’t have to leave your house, or deal with traffic or pay for company overhead. A perfect example was (and still is,) Amazon.

They have no stores, no salespeople, no window displays, no argumentative customers, they don’t create products (with the exception of the Kindle and Amazon TV) no security teams, No ASCAP payments. Simply put, no hassle. You buy from them online and they ship it. When you get it you either like it or send it back for a full refund.
He then explained that there are presently thousands of people with small websites making more income with them than they are making from their jobs. Many have quit their jobs. Or no longer need one.

Me for example.

Many of my friends have asked me to show them how to make money online. I try and show them but I’m a writer not a teacher. I have little patience and frankly the time I spend teaching them could be far better spent with me concentrating on making money for myself.

The problem with most online gurus is that they are like me. They assume you know this that and the other thing and all they succeed in doing is making you confused and frustrated. Most promise that you’ll make a fortune in no time using their system BUT FIRST, you must pay them thousands of dollars.

I always wondered why none of them offered to show you how to get started FIRST and then, if it worked and made you some money, THEN offer a product that could show you how to make more.

That’s why I thought it was a scam.

That is until I met Marcus. Marcus has been making money online since the year 2000. But what makes him different is that he realized that unless you actually make some money using his FREE system, you’re certainly not going to purchase anything from him. In fact, you might even bad-mouth him and that’s not good for any business.

In addition he understands that this is all new to you. He knows you are suspicious and afraid of being ripped-off. That’s why the tutorials are FREE. You’re under no-obligation the purchase anything. And by offering his teaching videos in that manner, he knows you’ll be more likely to listen to what he has to say, implement his teachings and hopefully make some good money.

I know this because I have watched Marcus’ free tutorials, made some money with them and then purchased his simple sites, big profits program.

And that’s where he pulls out all the stops. And what you learn from that point can make you a lot of money and you now have the tools to take advantage when the opportunities appear.

But the best part is this. If you download the FREE tutorials and decide that although interesting, it isn’t for you. That’s it. You’re done. No hard feelings.

In fact, it’s helpful that an occasional person drops out, because it proves that there are no strings attached.  

In a nutshell, here’s how it works. You download the tutorials. Watch them and follow the instructions step by step. You contact Marcus directly if there is something you don’t understand. He’ll explain it to you. Then continue and see how Marcus does it by watching over his shoulder.  You learn, and create your own income streams.  The more you do, the better you become and the more money you make.

Like most successful people, Marcus has made his fortune while he was young. He intends to retire at the end of 2015 to spend more time with his wife and children.  

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