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.
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
“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