As an independent author, my goal is simple: Give people access to my novels as cheaply as possible. That's why I'm offering all of my titles in ePub format for just 99 cents each. But they are only available here at my website. So, click below and I'll send you a novel today.
Welcome to my website
Thanks for stopping by my newly-designed web site. My name
is Gerald L. Guy. I'm an independent author who lives in
Palm Coast, FL. My friends call me Jerry, and I pray my
enemies don't call me at all. I've built this web page to help
readers become familiar with my novels. I'd like to think there is
a little of something here for everybody. If you look close enough,
I hope you see a title or two that appeals to you. You can purchase
signed paperbacks here. Next I want to provide connections to each
of the electronic bookstores that sell my titles. For now, signed paperback
copies can be purchased at my "contact me" page . Click the "buy now" button that suits you. You'll have to fill out a form that requires your email address and form of payment. I'll send your book off ASAP. If you just want to send me a message or comment, you can do it from the same page or via Facebook or Twitter. Enjoy, and let me know what you think.
Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.
Independent authors are a unique breed of entrepreneur. By the sheer nature of the work, we spend an awful lot of time alone, transcribing our thoughts into words we hope make sense. It’s like walking in the wilderness of our own imaginations. Frequently we have no idea where we are, or where we are going. And then these amazing characters arrive and help us find our way. Suddenly our creativity comes to a rolling boil and our dreams become real because we see them taking place on a tiny monitor right in front of our eyes.
These characters prove to us that anything is possible. I’ve landed a WWII bomber on a postage stamp in the Pacific Ocean, battled the evil spirt of Elizabeth Hamilton, ran with a pack of wolves in Wisconsin and hogtied outlaws in the Black Hills. You’ll find all those tales within the titles this website promotes.
The greatest honor you can do me, or any other author, is to tell us what you think. Which character did you like best? Did you like the ending? Which bad guy scared you the most? Who surprised you? Who didn't? Where did our storytelling succeed and where did it fail?
So leave a review, make a comment or drop me a note. To borrow the words of Detective Harry Callahan, “Go ahead! Make my day!”