Unsoul’d: On Sale!

UnSouldAre you looking for a book that doesn’t have a moral or a lesson, a book with bad people doing bad things and not feeling too guilty about it? A book where sex is a sport…and sports get dirty? More importantly, do you not want to spend a bunch of money for this?

Well, you’re in luck.

Unsoul’d, my “dirty little fable” about an author who sells his soul to the devil, is currently on sale at all e-tailers! For a mere $3.99, you can enter the sad, funny, perverted world of Randall Banner as he tries to write a bestselling novel, deals with a pain-in-the-ass devil, and has a metric ton of illicit sex.

“That day I had a bagel for breakfast and sold my soul to the devil. In retrospect, the bagel was probably a mistake.”

Randall Banner is thirty-five years old, a middling mid-list author who yearns for more of everything: More attention. More fame. More money. More fans.

Then, one quiet morning, he meets the devil while pounding away at his laptop at his usual coffee shop. Soon, a deal is made, a contract is signed, and Randall is on his way to fame and fortune unlike any he ever imagined.

What follows is a bawdy, hilarious, yet harrowing tale of one man, one devil, and a deal that could change the world.

Bestselling romance novelist Sarah Maclean says Unsoul’d is “Like Nick Hornby writing an episode of Californication!” And hey, she would know!

Here’s what some readers who aren’t Sarah Maclean have said:

Loved this book. Twisted in the right way.

That ending was just…I have no words. It was a great read and totally unexpected ending, in one word amazing.

Lyga’s take on the devil is as clever, and unique, as Twain’s or Lewis’s.

A laugh-out-loud, insightful, and sarcastic book about writers and writing, Brooklyn, LA, and what happens when you just say, “What the Hell…”

Buy the Book!

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WiRL: Bestsellers

This weekWiRL-icon, we take on the New York Times bestsellers list. We have questions, people…

Some more talk about essays and writing classes. Is there a non-jerk way to self-promote? Why are the same books recommended over and over? Plus, Barry rants about the New York Times bestsellers list…and Morgan agrees!

Interview: USAToday

USAToday’s “Happily Ever After” blog interviewed yours truly, Peter Facinelli, and Rob DeFranco about After the Red Rain, including questions about the characters, the story, and cheerful topics like the end of the world.

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