“The Feather”


Cover art for my new upcoming novel

Frederick Fichman Photo copy

Cover art for my upcoming Podcast series

Just a quick update to let you know what I have been doing and what is happening now.

I just finished working on and uploading two new Book Trailer videos to my You Tube account. You can access at www.youtube.com/fjfichman.

Secondly, I will be uploading soon, free as a gift from me to you, to my email management service at Aweber one my books I sell on Amazon Kindle. When you sign into my Opt-In Email Box, little blue box you’ll see on my website at www.frederickfichman.com, you will receive this book for free. The title of this book is, Write & Publish Your Ebook-10 Steps to Success.” This book is a great primer for starting a writing career, publishing your own e-books and starting another income stream that we all desperately need these days. This free book is not available yet, give me a couple of days and you will see it listed in the title of that Opt-In blue box.

Third, I have two audio projects that are beginning, not up yet, but will be soon. First, I will announce shortly a new venture into podcasting. You’ll be able to hear and download these programs from iTunes. Stay tuned as they say in the TV  broadcast business.

I will also be audio recording the entire 12-book series “Visit the Zoo” I have written under my pen name for that series, Tom Smith. Those audiobooks will be available from another subsidiary of Amazon called Audible.com.

Finally, I am fully at work on my next manuscript for my new book, “The Feather.” That book will be a fantasy novel about the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806.

I have a lot going on and I do it all for you. I want you to be entertained and informed and have a lot of fun. I can hardly wait to let you all know when all of these new projects will be available to you. The best way to learn about what is happening instantly is to sign up for my email list. Go to my web page, look for the blue box and sign in.

Again, thank you for joining me. Until next time.

Frederick Fichman