One of us wrote a book…

Hopefully this post doesn’t come off as too self serving, but one of the lads involved in posting on Nothing Just Is has just published an e-book available for purchase for Kindle and Kindle-reading apps.

Here is the blurb:

Since the first prayer drifted quietly up into the skies, humanity has done business with the gods. The faithful pay for godly protection with prayer and supplication, while the gods live in the skies like benevolent kings. Over time, this agreement has become so firmly entrenched that it is honoured without question.

While humanity and its gods enjoy the stagnant comfort of their respective routines, a hate-filled man is planning a vicious attack on both of them. He skillfully evades the gaze of the gods while amassing worldly influence and power. With the aid of a fortune made through the exploitation of humanity's greed and vanity, he builds and empire to rival that of the holy protectors in the sky.

In the small town of Luxury Plains — a factory town that unwittingly serves the terrible little man — the citizens are too preoccupied with a heavily publicized military action against an evil that lurks across the ocean to realize that they are to be the fuel in a fire with which he plans to consume the world.

An examination of the perils of blind faith and conformity, "The Horrible Cripple of Toothpick Palace," follows a world's descent into unholy chaos when a mere mortal manages to get a bitter stranglehold on the gods through manipulation of their followers.

What happens when the complex systems of faith and power that support modern societies catch fire? Can humanity and their gods survive the attack of a twisted mortal demon who knows every weak point in the foundation that supports the modern world?

If it interests you, it is available here: The Horrible Cripple of Toothpick Palace.

If non-kindle compatibility is an issue but you still want to read us, contact us via the comments.

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