An Inbetweener’s Guide to Dating

Hello from my desk of despair...only kidding.

I'm not really in least I don't think I am.  

In any case, how are you this week? If you live in the UK or US are you enjoying these winter months? ​More importantly did you enjoy Valentine's Day? No, me neither. Personally I think it's a complete waste of time. If you feel like you have to do something nice for your partner on one of the coldest/wettest/darkest (delete where appropriate) days of the year instead of any other day of the year (say a nicer day), then there is something wrong. My partner and I both think Valentine's day is complete bo****ks. It's one of the many reasons we're getting married. 

Yes you read that right. I asked my lovely lady over Christmas if she fancied spending her life with a dashingly daring handsome man. She said "Sounds nice. Where is he?" When she realised I was talking about myself, she said "Oh. Okay I suppose you'll do." 

Who says romance is dead?

Anyway, on to business. March 10th sees the release of An Inbetweener's Guide to Dating.  It's a book I wrote in-between (see what I did there?) other projects over the past year, designed to help anyone stuck between annoyingly happy couples and dating disasters. And as someone who's cheerfully read and supported my work before, I would like to offer you a FREE copy. All you have to do is click the button at the bottom of this page to grab it and it's yours for life.

An Inbetweener’s Guide to Dating is my second non-fiction book and it means a lot to me for 2 reasons:

1. It is the culmination of over half a year’s work in between other projects and severe RSI

2. It is a guide I've always wanted to write for people who feel stuck in their dating lives (and because I used to have a lot of trouble myself.)

So this book has a very special place in my heart. And I want to share it with you. 

All I would like you to do is consider leaving a review for the ebook edition when it’s released on March 10th. The reason I'm asking for reviews: reader reviews are the lifeblood of any author's career. For a humble computer-jockey like myself, getting reviews (especially on Amazon) means I can submit my books for advertising. Which means I can actually sell a few copies from time to time - which is always a nice bonus 🙂

So every review means a lot to me - and I'd like to take the opportunity to give something back by not only giving you a free copy, but also putting you on my advanced launch team for future books, prizes and giveaways. The more I sell the better the prizes!

Leaving a review is super easy:

1) I’ll send you the book link on launch day

2) You sign in to Amazon if prompted

3) Select a star rating

4) Write a few short words (or long words, I won't judge)

5) Click the 'submit' button

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​If you cannot see this button in your email, then Click Here to download your copy.

I hope you enjoy the book!

See you soon!

About the Author

John is an award winning science fiction, horror and fantasy writer. He is also a public speaker and consultant and has worked with Time to Change - a campaign to end mental health stigma - and for Wellment - an organisation that delivers mental health at work training. He loves science fiction, fantasy and horror stories and novels. His work has appeared in Vector Magazine, Ink Pantry, Sci-Fi Bloggers, The Huffington Post and more. His short fantasy "Thanks for Applying" won an Honourable Mention Award in the Writers of the Future competition in 2017. HIs short horror "By the Boiler's Hand" was longlisted for the 2018 James White Award and won an Honourable Mention in the Writers of the Future competiton the same year. John has spoken at several events including the Nine Worlds Geekfest in London, Bristol Con 2018, and the Moorfields NHS Trust. He has delivered masterclasses on ending mental health stigma in the workplace for Time to Change. He lives with his wife and a pile of books in the UK.

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