Here’s What People Have Been Saying + Get a Free Book

Reviews for Mencken and the Monsters have been rolling in.

Here is a sample of what people are saying:

“This book struck the right balance between giving rich detail while also keeping the story moving at a great pace.”

“I began reading Mencken the Monsters expecting a traditional urban fantasy novel, but it surprised me at each turn, refusing to fit into the clichés, keeping me guessing till the last page.”

“This book does an amazing job at creating a world where anything is possible, with characters who are believable (even when they are extraordinary). It eloquently combines urban, political thriller, superhero action, and character-driven plots. This is a great read, I can’t wait for more from the author!”

While these reviews are amazing, I’m hoping you can help me get the book a few more. As I’ve said before, reviews serve as social proof for a book. The more reviews a book has, the more likely a new reader is to give it a chance.

As a thank you for a review, I’d like to give you a free book.

If you review Mencken and the Monsters between now and  January 18th, I’ll give you a free copy of one of my other novels. You can pick whichever one you want.

Click here, leave a review of Mencken and the Monsters, send me an email at jffelkins@gmail.com to let me know, and I’ll send you a free novel.

Already reviewed Mencken and the Monsters on Amazon, but you still want a free book? Go leave a review on Book Bub, or Good Reads and I’ll give you a free novel as a thank you.

So, a quick recap.

Between now and January 18th,

 

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