In conjunction with the amazon.com promotional program that lasted 5 days, my 402 Avalon eBook was download on Kindles by 642 readers in seven countries; the U.S., the UK, Germany, Canada, Brazil, Croatia and Japan. I consider amazon's Free program greatly successful, because I'd written this stirring memoir mostly for my immediate family, and to my surprise 402 Avalon has already sold fifty-three copies at $2.99 as eBooks and 21 copies at$7.50 each for the peperback.
402 Avalon is my entertaining memoir about living my eclectic childhood in San Francisco during the 1950s.
This curious true story about me, a neglected boy, my uncommon family, the gushing growth of San Francisco and the infamous house at 402 Avalon is part intrigue, part innocence and part discovery. 402 Avalon is also a stunning portrait of a ten year old wanting guidance, living in the haunted three-story wooden structure that was built in the 1880s, a house known to be haunted with prostitutes and murderers.