Stacks of Books

I’m starting to publish some philosophical / history of ideas essays in a series called “Stacks of Books” (hey, look! A page with that name just under the blog’s banner image!). They’re being published through Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing, which means you need to download the Kindle software (for free) to read them. The essays will cost $1.99 each – but I’m giving away a limited number for free on a first-come, first get-em basis. If you’re interested, just send me an email [chuenemann[at]], and I’ll send you an electronic token-link-thingy that should allow you to download a copy of Inventing Justice for free.

There’s a catch. If you get a copy, would you please post a review on Amazon? If they somehow perceive interest in an item, based on reviews, they start to do some promotion themselves. That would help me reach more readers. So if you’d do that for me, I’d be grateful.

I have no idea whether the essays are any good, but I’ve certainly had fun writing them. Right now I’ve got five or six in the process of getting all e-formatted, but I’m hoping to keep producing them, as I work through these stacks of books that seem to be multiplying in my living spaces.

About Huenemann

Curious about the ways humans use their minds and hearts to distract themselves from the meaninglessness of life.
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