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Let’s Get Tuckerized!

9 Jul

If you’re not writing, you’re not a writer. However, if you have no readers, you’re not an author, so I want to fix that. But instead of begging for you to follow me, I’d like to give a little incentive. How would you like your name used in a future novel of mine, so that readers all over the world can thrill to your inevitable demise? (Or everlasting glory–it depends how I’m feeling at the moment.)

This is a shameless plug for my own fan group, the Interstellar Merchant Marine Union (IMMU – sounds groovy, huh?) because I want to keep people involved with what I’m doing. I promise not to bug you unless it’s really important (like a book goes on pre-order or I come out with the audio version), but I’d like to get my readers ready for when my next book comes out. The best way to do that is through email, but let’s face it, you don’t want another frickin’ spam email in your inbox.

So you need some… incentive!

Why should you join the Union? Simple – I’m offering for my newest members the chance to be tuckerized in my next novel, which has the working title of Defending Our Sacred Honor. (I’m not happy with it–Our Sacred Honor is the name of the ship our heroes are flying around in. I’m thinking about changing it.) For those not familiar with the term, Tuckerization (or tuckerism) is “the act of using a person’s name (and sometimes other characteristics) in an original story as an in-joke.” In this case, I’m offering a chance to replace one of the characters’ names with yours! Take the chance to suddenly be in novel without ever having to write it yourself! What could be more amazing?

So if you’re interested, go ahead and click on the link for the Interstellar Merchant Marine Union, fill in your information, and I will contact you with an opportunity to become a fictional character. Your name will gain immortality! Sign up today! Add more exclamation points behind your sentences!!! 🙂

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