A New Book From A.C.R.O.N.Y.M., Inc.
Many of you have probably noticed that I haven’t been very social recently. Here’s one of the reasons why.
Part Novel, part ‘Zine, part essay & part Short Fiction, Naked Trees Point To The North Star is my newest creation, and is available now for the first time ever, in both print and electronic forms! That’s right: now you can enjoy the heady thrill of reading, be it through printed text on paper, or the PDF reader of your choice!
Over 90 pages of text spanning time, space, genre & believability are presented within. Comedy, tragedy, wordplay & abject misery are presented in twelve interlocking stories, culled from the last several years of work, creating a dense and unwieldy collection of prose no mortal can resist!
Additional features include:
A.C.R.O.N.Y.M., Inc.’s Newly Patented “Thought-Experiment Soundtrack”A List of featured content, corresponding to accompanying page numbers, allows for ease of use when looking for a particular piece of text!A Single Page Of Meta-Text allows you to know everything you ever wanted to know, from that pesky copyright notice, to production information… free of charge!
Occasional images break up the English-Language content! Truly a wonder for the visual senses!
Available with or without staples!
Hundreds of obscure references are contained within, making Wikipedia a virtual necessity while reading! (Pun intended!)
It’s all here, with over 40,000 other carefully selected and arranged words, making this the largest project of this kind ever attempted by the author.
If the leisure-pursuit activity of your choice includes the decoding & ingesting of the written word for the sheer enjoyment of mental exercise, then this is a book you can use to that end!
Naked Trees Point To The North Star. It’s my new book. I’m really proud of it. Check it out!
(Product Information: 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ staplebound. 96 Pages, black & white, with images. Electronic or print versions. The later is free with purchase of the former, and vice versa. Send orders to: firstname.lastname@example.org or 2595 Brooks Ave. NE / Salem OR 97301.)
Read what other readers are writing about this book! (Very meta!)
“It was really good! I’m not much of a literary critic, all I know is I enjoyed reading the stories a lot.”
– Karly Rich, paid family member. (I swear, the check’s in the mail!)
“I liked it! A title is a very important component. No phrase was left unspun, and a great job of writing the ‘fairer sex.’ To Be Concerned is Good is my favorite; I thought the boss’ typo-laden letters were hilarious.”
– Lans Nelson, local female & paid staff member.
“It was a weird reading experience; there’s such an odd mix of humor and despair, intelligence and bafflement, acceptance and frustration, kindness and desperation. Very hard to characterize!”
– Heidi Stauber, Austin’s High School English Teacher, who has received no financial compensation for this statement… yet.