Hey, what’s up? This is great. You’re here. I’m here. I have a new book. Maybe you are interested in it, maybe you aren’t but you just instinctively check out free things because deep in your genetic code you COULD be a hoarder.
But whatever. What’s important is that you are here.
So yes. I do have a new eBook out and it’s about a serious topic: Manifestos. What’s the point? Why do they exist? How do I write one? Are they edible? It’s all revealed inside, you guys.
All I need from you is to subscribe to my email list. Once you do that and confirm, you’ll get an email with the link to it. FOR FREE!
If you’ve already subscribed, then sit tight because I’m emailing you a copy sometime later today.
I know. This is all probably a little much. Are you overwhelmed? Are you unsure of whether or not you should pay nothing to own my new eBook? Well here is some pretty flattering advance praise about me AND the book that should seal the deal.
ADVANCED PRAISE FOR A MANIFESTO ABOUT MANIFESTOS: A MANIFESTO
“I don’t read anything that has the word “manifesto” less than four times in the title. So let me know how it is.” – Tyler Stanton, author of Everyday Absurdities.
“I don’t know if Knox McCoy is the Egg McMuffin of authors, but he’s probably like, at least a Croissan’Wich or something.” – Alise D. Wright, editor of Not Alone
“Knox McCoy’s new book on manifestos will do for manifestos what Pippa Middleton did for civil engineering.” – Chad Gibbs author of God and Football.
“Knox McCoy is the Hatfield of terrible McCoys.” – Bryan Allain, author of 31 Days To Finding Your Blogging Mojo
“Knox McCoy is eye-raping everyone on the internet with this new book.” – Joseph Craven, blogger at The Greatest Blog of All Time
“Knox McCoy’s words are like a firm hug from a clammy stranger.” – Tyler Tarver, author of Words and Sentences
“Knox McCoy has entertained many an ear with his exhaustive wealth of knowledge regarding the economic struggles of post-WWII Europe. Unfortunately, this book is not about that.” – Wes Molebash, author/artist of Max vs. Max
”Author Knox McCoy does it again! He effortlessly captivates his audience with the surprising knowledge that he actually knows how to read.” Jessica Buttram – Food, Television, Child, and Word Expert and blogger at Meet The Buttrams
“After reading this book, it was clear that Knox tried really hard to sound educated. The way he is able to take separate sentences and form them into paragraphs is something you have to see to believe.” – Kevin Haggerty – Blogger at TheIsleofMan.net
“If there’s a book you are not going to read this year, let it be this one.” – Sam Davidson, speaker and author of Simplify Your Life and 50 Things Your Life Doesn’t Need
“Knox McCoy does here what he does best: Absolutely nothing.”- Tamara Lunardo, Editor of soon to be released What A Woman Is Worth
“I don’t get it.”- Amanda Bast, hygiene expert and blogger at Mandie Marie
“Knox McCoy writes?” – Sharideth Smith, blogger at A Women’s Guide to Women