Social Experiment 2012- described!

Well, here we go- the social experiment of the year!
As many of you know (as if I haven’t pimped it enough already) I recently, and with the help of so many friends and family, released my first published novel, Heir of Nostalgia. Heir can be considered an adult epic fantasy or a YA epic fantasy, and is Book One in the Valerian Cycle. (Book 2 is scheduled for release in early Fall of 2012)

In anticipation of Book 2’s release I will be posting the entire first book, Heir of Nostalgia, in readable ‘bits’ on my Facebook page.  It’s also listed as “FREE” on sites such as Smashwords and Lulu.

So… why would I do this, give away my writing… because I believe the world rides on words and stories and imagination and creativity. I’m willing to give away my entire novel, hoping that some of you might purchase the paperback version.  I’m also willing to give away my first novel in hopes that it might inspire others to do the same, set their imaginations free, create worlds, paint pictures, and sing songs… We all have gifts, and we should not be ashamed if the world sees them for the beauty they are.
Feel free to post links, fan art, or whatever, you feel might enhance or otherwise add to this little social experiment. Also, don’t forget to “LIKE”, Re-post, or otherwise comment on the series as we go forward. There’s a long road ahead, I hope you’ll join me on the journey.


Author: S.M.Muse

After meeting Frank Herbert, author of the acclaimed Dune Series, I decided the life of writing was for me. That was about 30 years ago, I've been writing ever since. Heir of Nostalgia is my first published novel, and thanks to the encouragement of my loving wife Janet, is the first in a series chronicling the trials and tribulations of young man in search of his family, his country as well as his place in the world. I am pleased to present it here, for your reading pleasure. I truly believe in the gift and wonder of reading, I hope you do as well. Here's to the land of wonder, an air of Nostalgia, and childhood memories. May we never grow too old to dream... Got a question, comment or review, I'd love to hear from you. Simply drop me a line at:

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