A free English lesson for teachers!

2015-04-30 18.21.14So by now you’ve all heard about my new book, “Everything You Need to Know to Survive English Class.” This new effort is a satirical, witty look at all of the classics, a few not-so-classics, and some stuff in between. It’s the book the New York Times calls “a comedic tour de force in league with the greatest works of Mark Twain, Ambrose Bierce, and Dave Barry.” Well, at least according to string theory it’s possible that the Times has said that in SOME alternate dimension.

And that’s the thing, guys — a little, self-published writer like myself? I need reviews. And that’s why I’m about to make a special offer.

This book is for everyone who loves literature, but I wrote it from the perspective of a teacher, and teachers especially will know where I’m coming from. I also know the end of the school year is rapidly approaching and, at this moment, teachers especially can use a good laugh. So I’m offering any teacher who wants it a FREE copy of the eBook. Yep. Free. Any teacher, any subject, any grade level, from preschool to college. All you need to do is email me at BlakeMPetit@gmail.com, tell me where and what you teach, and whether you prefer an epub, MOBI (Kindle version), or PDF version of the book.

That’s it. And what do I ask in return? Reviews. After you’ve read the book, please post your honest review of it Amazon.com or at Goodreads.com — or better yet, BOTH. The more reviews, the more places it pops up, the better.

Oh — and spread the word. Tell your other teacher friends about this remarkably generous offer, which is good until the day before the official release of the eBook on May 11.



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