ANNOUNCEMENT!
All author proceeds from our pre-sales to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. You can find out more about this organization here: https://afsp.org/ .

Practical Applications for Multiverse Theory 2: Spring Break Boogaloo

(Read a sample chapter right now on the Read tag!)

The banana shouldn’t be screaming at Scott. Bananas shouldn’t realistically scream at all; but there he was, in Scott’s apartment, screaming--a warning, a threat, an order for nachos?

The past is catching up to Davey. She can’t run, she can’t pretend to be perfect anymore. She can’t escape the fact that she and Scott’s fates are intertwined in a desperate web of idiocy and mortal danger.

A faceless villain dressed in a sweater vest is out to destroy the universes while Davey and Scott are forced into a Spring Break adventure. Can they catch him/her/it/the octopus overlord in time to save the universe...

Again?


Though this is a continuation of Practical Applications for Multiverse Theory you absolutely DO NOT HAVE TO READ THE FIRST ONE TO ENJOY THIS. The story stands alone in a new time and a new place.


We are excited to announce that we have decided to donate all author proceeds from our pre-sales to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. You can find out more about this organization here: https://afsp.org/ . Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the US, and it’s a cause that is preventable, we just have to work at it. 

Suicide prevention is a cause very close to our hearts. We’ve both been affected by depression, anxiety, PTSD, and OCD. We’ve been low, and people have helped us to stand up again. It’s time we give back to help others.

Last week we launched the pre-sale campaign for PRACTICAL APPLICATiONS FOR MULTIVERSE THEORY 2: SPRING BREAK BOOGALOO on Inkshares. To get published, we need either 250 preorders from individual accounts, or we need to be in the top 3 in number of preorders from individual accounts in the Nerdist Publishing contest by June 25th.

Here’s how our donation will break down: 
  • For every ebook pre-sold, slight above one third of that price will go toward the AFSP. 
  • For every print book sold, approximately one fourth will be donated. 
  • The rest goes to the publisher. 
  • Book purchases are not tax deductible. 
  • If we do not reach 250 preorders or the top 3 in the Inkshares contest, all money is refunded to you.
So, help bring Scott and Davey’s continued multiverse adventures to life and help fight suicide at the same time.

So grab a copy over on Inkshares and you can then have the right to sing Enrique Iglesias’s "Hero" to both Nick, Noa, and the thousands of Americans affected by suicide.