About ABAM: A Book A Month
ABAM, or ‘A Book A Month’, is a terrible experiment to see how long a former screenwriter can produce an original novella every month (along with companion audiobook) before he goes insane.
Each book is derived from either a concept, treatment, outline or entire screenplay for a movie / TV show pitched by the author at one time or another, so they’re all fairly fast paced, and designed to be rollicking entertainment.
New titles are released as eBook, paperback and audiobook on the first Friday of every month.
Now I don’t expect you to trust an author you’ve never heard of with your precious money, so in case you doubt my storytelling abilities, eBooks are only 99p/99c during the first week of release, and the paperbacks will likely never cost more than £5/$7.50.
Everyone assures me this is a terrible business model, but only seems fair for the faint of heart/purse.
About The Author
Lee Isserow is an award-winning screenwriter and filmmaker, with over fifteen years spent trawling the back streets and dark alleys of the ‘entertainment’ industry.
He’s pretty sure he has some traits of autism, because he’s been constantly working and obscenely prolific for the entire duration, writing over a hundred screenplays and TV pilots, which he’s adapting into forthcoming BAMs, because very few people are willing to turn throw money at him to put them on screens. For the moment…
He lives in Liverpool, England because he accidentally bought a house there. He’s not quite sure how that happened – but assumes part of that is because he used to drink a lot.