The Feasts of Lesser Men


Stephen Parrish‘s The Feasts of Lesser Men is a spy novel based on the author’s real life experiences with the 8th Infantry Division (Mechanized) in Germany during the Cold War’s dark and dirty days. For most of this week, you can download it for free.

You don’t need a Kindle to read it; Amazon offers a variety of free reading apps, including Kindle for iPad. If you prefer a PDF file, simply let Steve know during the five-day free period and he’ll email one to you.

It’s one of the best way to market e-books. Write a terrific tale and let a couple of thousand readers become an army of promotion. Word-of-mouth has always been the most reliable way to grow a business or an idea and now, with the advent of Facebook, Twitter and the like, that army has the power to spread the message far and wide within a few hours.

Consider me one of the foot soldiers. You should march out and do the same.

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2 Responses to The Feasts of Lesser Men

  1. j a zobair says:

    I can’t believe you didn’t link to my interview, Richard.

    I mean, this blog post, like the interview, is all about me, right?

    Kidding! (Probably.)

    It’s nice to see you posting again.

  2. Thanks Richard!

    Also, it was a great pleasure contributing to FACING THE SUN. Thanks for the opportunity; I think the people who worked on the project got more out of it than you did. You should get operated on more often!

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