Kill Me Now! by Lawrence Fisher – Novel Feature

Indie authors wear a lot of hats. None more important than others but one in particular could be considered the life source (other than the writing) – Promotion. In order to make sure that long toiled upon work is appreciated, we sometimes have to rely on our friends (or friend’s acquaintances) to help us along.

Aren’t you in competition with this person though?!

Rubbish and absurdity. Indie authors have more of a symbiotic relationship with each other than a competitive one. If one of us benefits and flourishes from the assistance of another, then we all do. In that regard, I’m going to extend to a fellow writer my followers (assuming any of you continue to put up with my odd absences and off-the-wall ramblings).

The author will also be giving away two copies of his book, tour-wide. If you want to be entered into the drawing, leave your email address in the comments section.

Meet Lawrence Fisher, author of Kill Me Now!


Kill Me Now! is about Lawrence, a man in his late 40s dodging bullets deep in the dating battlefield while searching for the ONE. In Kill Me Now! Lawrence tries to decode the signals of his enigmatic opponent, often resulting in his hasty retreat. Why is she resting her head on her hand?
Is she bored? Or is she interested? He finds himself in many humorous situations where he has no idea what he is doing and no idea how to maneuver through the skirmish. Trapped in the epicenter of the courting conflict, the motivating thought that sustains him is his strong belief that somewhere out there, she awaits. Join Lawrence as he painfully stumbles through the mating minefield in search for his SOULMATE while silently wishing that he was elsewhere. Be warned, you will laugh!
BC Brown Exclusive Excerpt:

February 2: A Steep Learning
No date again, woe is me! How many of us have sat at home wondering why we don’t have a date? How many of us have gone to a bar to look for a girl, found someone interesting and just froze? What should we say to her? What is a good pick up line? Questions, questions, questions!
Those of us who know how to use the internet instinctively say, “Google it!” In the search tab, you type in, “how to pick up girls” and hope for the best. You then receive a plethora of websites offering you information from the best of the
best. THE experts! Or so you assume. One site says there are plenty of people who are good at picking up girls, but cannot explain their art. If they cannot explain, then what good are they to us? Do they describe which girls are they trying to pick up? What kind of girls were these, real or imaginary?
One night, I decided to try a line from one of those websites. Me, myself and I, the holy trio, decided to go to a bar. A stunning brunette caught my attention as she eyed the crowd. Somehow she managed to avoid eye contact with me. I walked up to the lady, took out my iPhone, and hoped it impressed her.
I read off my iPhone, “Baby, I’m no Fred Flintstone but I can make your Bedrock.” OK, I agree with you. That is a lame line.
She leaned toward me seductively and said, “Go Google again!” Was she being rude to me or not? I still have no
idea. I think she had learned the true art of diplomacy, which is the ability to tell someone to go to hell so that he actually looks forward to the trip.
It is very important to make a good first impression. The first impression is vital. It is difficult to correct a bad first impression. Oh, the pressure, the pressure. There is only
one chance to do it right!
Going up to a girl at a bar saying, “What is a girl like you doing in a place like this?” will probably earn you a
smirk. Not only is the line antiquated, but it seems to work only in the movies, and sometimes not even there. The only time I tried that line, the girl said it was her bar and that I should not refer to it as “such a place”.
Oh, what should I do? What should I do?
The internet provides contradicting information. What’s new? When we search for something in our field of expertise,
we understand whether it sounds right or not. But if our
understanding is close to zero, how can we define what is right and what is not?
Somehow I need to hone my non-existent skills. Somehow I need more practice. Somehow I need experienced friends.
Looking at my friends and hearing their stories, I wonder, does experience really help?
Oh, crap! Kill me now!
Lawrence has been out on countless dates in search of his

soulmate. Like most people he has found himself in many strange situations. However, he found that he could see the humor in each situation. Lawrence is a single guy in his late 40s. He has worked in computers and education for about 25 years and also holds a personal fitness trainer certification. He currently lives in Tel Aviv, Israel. Lawrence Fisher spends his days writing software tutorials and his nights in the endless search for the ONE. Will he find her? Or will there be book two out?

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