Sold Out gets ‘highly recommended’ by author Jack Badelaire

Wow. Just wow.

I’m still reeling over the review I got today for Sold Out from author and critic Jack Badelaire on his website.

You guys have to read it, and please, drop him a big thanks if you have a moment.

Here’s where you can find it. (And take a look at his books while you’re there and see if either of them interest you. I’m picking up his book, Killer Instincts, as my next title to read, but he has another, as well, called COMMANDO: Operation Arrowhead, which also looks interesting.)

Stan R. Mitchell

Oak Ridge, Tenn.

P.S. Please accept the greatest gift I can give, a book I believe to be worth $10,000.

P.P.S. Thanks to all who continue to make my novels a success. I seriously couldn’t have done it with everyone’s support. I’m excited to say that Little Man, and the Dixon County War  has gone as high as No. 16 on the Amazon UK Paid List (see here and here). My second novel, Sold Outhas also done well, going as high as No. 81 on the Amazon Paid List for the category of War (see here and here). Learn more about both books here.

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8 responses to “Sold Out gets ‘highly recommended’ by author Jack Badelaire

  1. This is great. I wrote and tried to leave a comment on his site, but it looked as if I needed to open a new “account,” so I gave up.

  2. badelaire

    That’s odd – you shouldn’t have to. My blog allows anonymous comments, which don’t need an account of any type. It is a Blogger blog, not WordPress, but if you just leave an anonymous comment and put your name in there, it should be fine.

    Regardless, thanks for the…thanks? Always glad to promote talent when I find it!

  3. badelaire

    Erm, I meant “Blogspot” which is Google’s blogging engine. Whoops…

  4. Awesome review, Stan, and you sure deserve it.

  5. Im impressed, I must say. Really rarely do I encounter a blog thats both educative and entertaining, and let me tell you, you have hit the nail on the head. Your idea is outstanding; the issue is something that not enough people are speaking intelligently about. I am very happy that I stumbled across this in my search for something relating to this.

    • We could just name a flat percentage for the mutual funds if you want. We’ll pretend they’re licensed or something. Or, we could try to determine what the fee is. Maybe they’re higher for the better funds. I’m honestly not sure. And I’m totally game for starting then. I’ve got my strategy about 90 percent figured out.

      Stan

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