Life is a process of learning.
I received an e-mail in which I was asked where a person could find my e-novel "Billion Dollar Ball$." I replied on Amazon. Their platform seemed the easiest and cheapest. The return communication was that the e-novel had been found, but there was neither synopsis of the book nor reproduction of the cover at the site. The next question was: what is the book about?
The world of publishing changes daily. I learn as I go. Today I hope to provide the folks—or computers or cyborgs; I have yet to speak to a person there—at Amazon with both synopsis and reproduction of cover. In the meantime, I would provide a brief description I ran the other day:
Corruption in college athletics, insanity amongst coaches, former FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover come back to life as "Mary" to root out corruption in Chicago, a first edition of Adam Smith’s two-volume Wealth of Nations—and more!
Billion Dollar Ball$ is an e-novel that satires college hoops, gambling, and a lot of characters and themes—all fictional and any similarity with actual persons living or dead is purely coincidental.
This is not a bad deal for $2.99.