As you all know “Fruts Of Addiction: A Pernicious Love” was published back in February 2020. Throughout the past few months the pricing for the ebook and paperback versions fluctuated to hopefully get more readers and also give potential readers something affordable for their quarantine until I finally found a temporary set price for each version..
The paperback version is $15 while the ebook version is .99¢.
With that being said, I also made several revisions to my book throughout these last few months. Overall I have updated the book three times. Although I struggled to find a version that I was completely satisfied with, I finally completed a version that I believe will capture my audience’s attention as well as convey the message I wanted to portray in a unique and vivid manner by staying on the overall topics.
Addiction, mental illness, child abuse, domestic violence, and being an addict of color in an environment where corruption is inevitable. As I stated many times before, I look to enlighten those who are at risk, those who are suffering/recovering from addiction, and give a personal and true perspective on the struggle to those who have never experienced addiction. It may be true that addicts are “scum” and “wastes of life” but it’s also true that we all have the drive to change our predetermined destiny or continue on the path of destruction and inevitable suicide.
To celebrate my updates I will be selecting days throughout July to give my potential readers and fellow addicts the chance to download the book for free. The first date being JULY 5TH. After each celebratory day the price will return to .99¢.
Thank you for everyone’s support and please enjoy my next few pieces!!! I decided to start working on my next book and I will expand my niche from addiction to overall life issues and how to survive your given struggle. Of course my personal issues revolve around failed love and addiction recovery, but I’ve also faced so many struggles that many of my colleagues would never and will never understand what those of us suffering go through!
Thank you all!! – Jay aka Fruits