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It’s not hard to figure out why the Quotable Poet’s new digital book, Songs from the Black Skylark zPed Music Player, went straight into the Top 20 Most Popular Books list on AuthorsDen when it came out last month. At least 3 reasons come to mind right away:

Reason No. 1

The novel was made available to readers free of charge. Except for promotional giveaways, that’s something the QP has never done before. You’ve probably guessed already that there’s a big reason behind it that has a lot to do with new technology. Check out it out: Christmas Gets a Valentine’s Day Weekend Reboot

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Check out Songs from the Black Skylark zPed Music Player at number 4 on the AuthosDen list of Most Popular Books.

Reason Number 2

This second reason is because this is a new revised edition of one of his most popular books, Christmas When Music Almost Killed the World. We said it before just about everybody else that Christmas is one of QP Aberjhani’s best works because it combines all the things he’s celebrated for… powerful controversial plot-lines, poetic prose, amazing characters, original images, and musical flow. Thing is, famous quotes from the first edition now belong to the new one as well:

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Quote from the novel Songs from the Black Skylark zPed Music Player by Literary Lion and Quotable Poet Aberjhani.

Reason Number 3

The upgraded angle is bumpin’. It wasn’t bad before when people compared it to works by Kahlil Gibran and Philip K. Dick. But the “mythopoeic odyssey” angle seems like a better fit because that’s really what the heroes go through while trying to hold on to love and hold back a ton of suicides. Mix in the New Website with Bonus Stories and you’re giving readers something worth saying a lot of good things about.

Nobody’s said how long this book is gonna be available to read for free. For right now though it’s all about “getting while the getting’s good.”