For year 2016 I truly wish for one thing: to impact more people with my writing, so they can get inspired and find a way to live a fulfilled life they love. Truth is, I’ve been putting up with writing far more than I would like to. But I’m planning to cause some results this year and they’re not going to happen for anyone but you.
I’m inviting you to get something for yourself that will inspire you to live a life you love.
Here’s the first step I’m taking in 2016. On February 29, 2016 I’m publishing a Kindle short story collection called Wired & Socially Awkward: New York. The collection includes short stories that I’ve previously published, but now they’re coming out wrapped in one brand new shiny book cover that Sam Rios created for me.
Three fun facts about this book release:
- It’s based in New York, although I’ve never been there. God bless Google View.
- The sub-theme is social media and how we tend to blame it for all the trouble in our relationships. I have one juicy one which I’d never shared before and is worthy hearing. Actually, a whole new short story could be based on it!
- Modern Lovebirds was written based on meeting one particular person in my life. I turned that person into a gay. Btw it doesn’t mean he is.
But more than anything else, my book launch party will be about turning your dreams into reality. How? It’s simple. It was my dream to publish this book for a long time. Then I moved 7 times. Then I changed job 4 times. Meanwhile my cover designer dumped me. I started to think – no, I’m never gonna get this published. Guess what? Here we are! And it’s all happening thanks to you, your support and your trust in me that I can do it. Now it’s my turn to give back. So I’m giving away this book on February 29, 2016 and I’m inviting you to get something for yourself that will inspire you to live a life you love.
Hana Jay’s Book Launch Party
Wired & Socially Awkward: New York
Monday, February 29, 2016
7:00pm – 9:00pm
Piacha Tea Bar
280 Upper Street
London N1 2TZ
Feel free to bring your friend(s). The merrier, the happier.
Admission: You can choose to pay from one of the three admissions – all payments guarantee you a spot at the event and cover the costs for the space and refreshments. But if I receive more than what I need to cover the costs, I’ll donate the money to Book Trust. Book Trust is a charity that supports children in reading books. Why do I support it? Because if children have heroes, they can become heroes themselves.
The fee is to be paid in advance via PayPal. Thank you.
£5.50 – I’m going, count me in!
£10.00 – I’ll be there, it’s only a price of a sandwich lunch after all.
£20.00 – You and the kids have my support, see you there!
I’m looking forward to seeing you very soon!