Officially completed my second book.
It is now in the final stages of editing and (assuming all goes well) should be available Monday (definitely on Kindle bar some kind of unforeseen circumstance).
I am particularly excited about this book because it is about as well-timed as my previous one on the housing crash (which was released the day Lehman Brothers went bankrupt) and I believe it has the ability to really do some damage. Without giving it away, it may just become the most inciting, controversial book in a while. And, oh yes, it most definitely has that Cappy Cap charm about it. The charm that manages to enrage and piss off all the right people.
I am, however, asking a favor of anybody out there. Not to buy the book (though certainly feel free to do so when it's released), but rather come up with some ideas in terms of marketing. My goal is to make this book as successful as if it had been launched by a New York publishing house. The purpose being that if we can do that, it would hasten what I believe to be the inevitable demise of traditional publishing houses. That and if it sells 1 million copies I'm so retiring and never working again. Probably would just write more books.
In any case, fire away if you have any ideas. Radio show hosts that would be receptive to it. Bloggers I'm unaware of that might be willing to plug it. You name it.
Thanks for your help and continued readership,