Diminishing Return, coming to an airport near you. Hopefully!
A friend of mine, Scott Willson, is in the midst of reading my new novel, Diminishing Return, and traveling for work. He is taking the book with him so that he can finish it on the 5 hour flight from Arizona to Pennsylvania. Being the thoughtful and unique individual that Scott is, he mentioned he would like to leave the book at the Philadelphia airport in the hopes that someone else picks it up and reads it. Pretty cool, right? Read my blog post to learn more about how #FollowTheBook started then check back on the page for updates and stories on where Diminishing Returns has traveled and who it has reached.
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Updates on #FollowTheBook
7/20/2019 – Tokyo’s slogan is “Old Meets New.” The capital of Japan is the place where the future and nostalgia meet so it makes sense for a copy of Diminishing Return to find its way there. Thanks to the Durham family, it has. The Durham’s went above and beyond and found a new person to read and share the book while at the Tokyo Heneda Airport. I hope the new reader will enjoy it and find it a new home in a new city to continue the insane journey of the second communal copy of Diminishing Return.
7/9/2019 – Due to inclement weather and the chaos that is so often traveling, the first communal copy of Diminishing Return did not end up in The City of Brotherly Love. Per the very first update from Scott Willson, the book was left at the Charlotte, North Carolina airport in Terminal C at gate 12. Hopefully, “The Queen City” will treat it well.