“The Everyman” (respectfully: a coed noun)

Posted: May 21, 2015 in Announcements

U Got to Have U Some Fun goes on sale for 99c tomorrow at 6pm!

Andrew Harkless

220px-Everyman_(magazine)Everyman |ˈevrēˌman|  noun [ in sing. ]
an ordinary or typical human being: it is Everyman’s dream car.
ORIGIN early 20th cent.: the name of the principal character in a 15th-cent. morality play.

Welcome to the second submission of MY TWO CENTS! Please allow me, as I’ve asked in my previous post—In the Trash Can—to express my opinion and share a bit about why and what I write—and why and how many of us read.

Why write? Because of the Everyman, I say. Some of you out there might be saying, “It’s got to be difficult to sell books about ‘ordinary or typical human beings?'” Well…yes and no.

A single week of any one grocery store tabloid sells more than all the American novels do in one year.

Why do so many of us waste our time and money on this drivel?

In my opinion…

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