Marshall Fitzgerald For Supreme Court Justice
It’s been a tough week. First, my Razorbacks came within one out of winning the College World Series, Justice Kennedy resigned, and several to be predicted U.S. Supreme Court decisions were handed down. I thought about writing my list of possible Supreme Court candidates including Judge Judy, Rudy Guilliani, and Judge Parker of comic book fame but decided the appointment is too serious to make light of who is really under consideration. I also don’t want to give the President any ideas. Too bad my character in the Jack Patterson series, Marshall Fitzgerald wouldn’t make it through the confirmation process — its hard to run a background check on fictional characters.
Amazon has started taking pre-orders for The Eighteenth Green and I followed suit for those who want autographed copies. I am taking pre-orders at my website webbhubbell.com. Preorders help my publisher know how many copies to print and help me to know how many books to order, how many supplies to get for shipping, and in a hundred different ways to help get the ball rolling for the publication process.
If you are so inclined to want an autographed copy from my website consider placing a preorder. Every one of the books sold through my website webbhubbell.com comes with a guarantee. If you want to cancel or don’t want the book after you get it, I will issue a full refund. No questions asked. I can’t speak to Amazon’s or B&N’s return policy, but mine is absolute. Don’t want the book, you get your money back.
A pre-order also puts you first in line. When I get my books from the publisher they go out to the pre-orders in the order of their receipt. Usually this happens weeks before the books are available on Amazon or at bookstores.
If you are curious about other aspects of getting The Eighteenth Green out please write a comment or email me at [email protected] and I will get right back to you.
The Eighteenth Green:
Don’t need an autographed copy Amazon is taking preorders at https://www.amazon.com/Eighteenth-Green-Jack-Patterson-Thriller/dp/0825308852/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1526571422&sr=8-6&keywords=webb+hubbell+books.
I hope y’all are as excited as I am. I will continue to keep you posted.
Speaking Opportunities: In 2017, my calendar was filled with speaking engagements around the country. I spoke to law schools about special prosecutors, at churches about the life changing and spiritual experience of spending time in prison, to civic organizations about the importance of organ donation, to business groups and colleges about My Journey Without Maps, and literary and library groups about writing novels. Contact me at [email protected] to arrange for me to speak to your organization or institution. I also love to talk to book clubs and community groups in the Charlotte area. I have a new book club appearance in July and am excited to meet with the group and talk about Jack Patterson.
Books: There are still plenty of copies available for purchase of the award-winning Jack Patterson Thrillers, including A Game of Inches. They are available for birthdays, thank you gifts, and just to be nice presents. Autographed copies are available at my website, webbhubbell.com. Amazon and Barnes & Noble are also selling hard copies and eVersions, and local independent bookstores either have them in stock or can get books from my publisher, Beaufort Books. If your favorite bookstore has run out, ask them to order your books today.
Questions: Please use the comments section of this website to ask questions or make a comment. I see them all and will try to respond to any reasonable question.
Until my next post all the very best. WebbTags: The Eighteenth Green, webb hubbell, webbhubbell.com
June 29, 2018 5:18 pm
So what do you think about Brett Kavanaugh being nominated for the Supreme Court? He said his experience working for ken starr convinced him that trying to indict a sitting president is a bad thing that hurts the nation.
Hello cousin. I had lots of experience with Judge Kavanaugh when he was part of Judge Starr’s staff. I am afraid my experience prevents me from being unbiased or giving a thoughtful analysis. Some thoughts are better left unsaid. Hope all is well. W.