Denver Creative Director Matt Ingwalson Wrote a Mystery You Can Read

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As if being a CD at Karsh Hagan wasn't enough, Matt Ingwalson has found the time to write and release a novel. It's a mystery called The Single Staircase and it's an entertaining and quick read. While it's definitely worth the reasonable rate he's charging ($4 for Kindle, $8 for paperback), the fact that he's donating 100% of the profits to charity makes it more than worth the cost. Go grab it and see what you think.

Buy it for Kindle or Buy it in paperback.

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As VP of your fan club....congratulations!!! Awesome accomplishment!

Thanks for the link, Egotist! Amy Moyer did the cover art - I found her on this very site. And I am giving 100% of the profits to charity, not proceeds. Subtle distinction, but I just want to make sure it's clear. Hope people like it!

damn man. super rad.

Got it updated. Thanks, Matt.

Dude, good for you Matt. Seriously. Inspiring. Keep it up.

A novel is traditionally 50k words long, albeit the average, these days, is between 80-100k. Unless the font is tiny or Amazon misquoted the page numbers, this is novella length. Nothing against or for the content as I haven't read it.

Handy guide to knowing how to categorize your prose:

http://theswivet.blogspot.com/2008/03/on-word-counts-and-novel-length.html

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