As some of you may have realised I have quite an obsession with television. As much as it annoys me, I cannot deny that it inspires me. It’s for exactly that reason that for the next 7 days I am going to give ‘The Story of Albert Ross’ away for free. And moreover it’s not without a sense of occasion that I have chosen today.
Today is an important anniversary in the history of television. On October 2, 1925, John Logie Baird managed to transmit moving images with continuous tonal variation. It was arguably the first ever transmission of moving images. It took him until January the following year to perfect his invention. Nevertheless, without it our lives would have looked considerably different.
To commemorate John Logie Baird’s breakthrough I am giving ‘The Story of Albert Ross’ away for free until midnight on the 9th of October. All you have to do, is click here: www.smashwords.com and then choose which file type you wish to download. After you click ‘buy’ you will be prompted to log in or sign up for an account. As soon as you do either, you will be directed to the cart screen where you will find a coupon box underneath the price. Enter the following coupon code – RX23u and then you will have my story for free. The only thing I ask of you is that if you enjoy the story, please review it wherever you find it, as it’s your reviews which encourage others to read my work.