If you think you are sick of me now…

I will write about topics that are dear to me, that  have meaning. I promise. But not until the following blog. For now, those of you who dare click to read-on, will have to endure tales of my most recent attempt to self-promote, the only option left to us poor authors who publish with small literary presses.

Fortunately, I have a dedicated tech crew on hand at my home, who were able to see me through this next little project. Well, here it is: for those of you too busy, too tired, and not interested in reading the free passage of my novel “Welcome Home, Sir:” It’s the audio passage of Chapter One–free–and better yet, nasally narrated by the author! Just click here, and sit back and enjoy.

If you like it, let me know. Perhaps I will go ahead and do the entire book on audio. Can one sell the book as a Podcast? There are currently no other options that I know of to market an online audiobook. Any suggestions?

About Steve Caplan

I am a Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska where I mentor a group of students, postdoctoral fellows and researchers working on endocytic protein trafficking. My first lablit novel, "Matter Over Mind," is about a biomedical researcher seeking tenure and struggling to overcome the consequences of growing up with a parent suffering from bipolar disorder. Lablit novel #2, "Welcome Home, Sir," published by Anaphora Literary Press, deals with a hypochondriac principal investigator whose service in the army and post-traumatic stress disorder actually prepare him well for academic, but not personal success. Novel #3, "A Degree of Betrayal," is an academic murder mystery. "Saving One" is my most recent novel set at the National Institutes of Health. Now IN PRESS: Today's Curiosity is Tomorrow's Cure: The Case for Basic Biomedical Research (CRC PRESS, 2021). https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/entity/author/B006CSULBW? All views expressed are my own, of course--after all, I hate advertising.
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