Johnny B. Fast: The Super Spy

——– Original Message ——–
Subject: Johnny B. Fast: The Super Spy
From: The Super Spy
To:

Well this is a first. Amazon book spam with legitimate links. As a strategy for getting your book out there, it’s a bit dodgy to be honest, and will result in a gentle but firm spam review on this here blog. Sorry, but if you send spam then you deserve what comes next.

Johnny B. Fast: The Super Spy

How come all heroes are male?

Johnny Clunker was an awkward and shy kid who kept mostly to himself. But when the school day ended he became Johnny B. Fast, a super spy.
Utilizing super technology so advanced that it seems like magic, Johnny and his friends battle the United Order, a ruthless organization trying to acquire the Super Chip – a computer processor so powerful it can virtually hold the world’s technology hostage.

Sounds like James Bond versus SMERSH. However, it isn’t the first time something like this has been written.

But when one of his fellow classmates, Nancy Korrins, is also revealed to be a spy kid who was trained by the world’s most deadly and advanced agent, Johnny has his hands full trying to figure out if he can trust her to help him capture the Super Chip, or if he has to fight her as his greatest rival.

There’s the female character, slippery and unknown. It’s a bit like being a teenager really.

Get it at Amazon today:
http://www.amazon.com/Johnny-B-Fast-The-Super-ebook/dp/B006NYVKTC

There’s that legitimate link. My question to you, dear writer, is did you hire a firm to do marketing for you at a vastly underpriced rate. Because what’s happened is you’ve hired a spammer who’s gotten a mailing list harvested by nefarious scumbags and your hard work has now been noted as unsolicited mail.

Is this really what you intended when you wrote your children’s book?

Author: gotheek

Sometime writer, full time human.