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From the author of: The Survival Guide For The One Percent

Nearly 96% of buyers of Episode One have continued on to purchase all subsequent episodes. It is my impression that if I provide new potential readers an easy path to the series of episodes, I will likely develop, and keep new readers.



Click on the blue bar below to go to the page where you can download a free copy on me. Thanks, and I hope you enjoy it. If you do, please move to the next episodes. I am told that Episode Two: "Reformation" hooked them.



The file will be in ePub format, and about 4 meg. This method allows you to place it on your device, or computer. You may read it without having to be online.



Click here to choose from the top fifteen rated readers for Windows. Although they rate Calibre at number five (it used to be four), I have not had positive experience with it, and I do not recommend it.


Click here to choose from the top fifteen rated readers for Windows platforms.

If you have a Mac, you may go to iTunes, and download iBooks. (It's free these days.)



I do not recommend this next option because I do not like the way Google Books re-formats my novel, but it is your call:

If you have a Google Books/Play account, and would rather use Google to obtain a free copy placed within your books, you may Click Here.

You may click here for Google's Android reader download site.



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This novel contains works of fiction.

All characters, and events within this novel, even those based on real people, are entirely fictional. The characters, incidents portrayed, and the names used are fictitious.
Any resemblance, similarity to name, character, or history of real persons, living or dead is accidental, unintentional, and purely coincidental.