Your Company Logo in Print


Not only can you support my writing, but you can write this off as advertising! In my next book, I will add a list of corporate sponsors. This list will appear in both digital and print versions.


Your company logo will appear in my next book, in both the digital and paperback version.

If you looked at the other things I’m selling, you are probably expecting me to joke around in this section. But I think it better I treat this one a bit more somberly.

First, I mentioned the possibility that you could “…write this off as advertising.” In the US, most companies and self-employed individuals can receive a tax break by writing off advertising expenses. That said, it’s important to note that I am not an accountant so you will need to not consult the tax laws of your locality to confirm whether or not you can write-off advertising expenses.

Second, if your motivation for considering this is strictly for advertising purposes (vs a simple desire to support an author whose stories you enjoy), then you may be wondering about the reach potential reach. 

For that all I can do is point to the circulation of my first book, Breaking Gravity (BG). Unfortunately, my record keeping has been pretty shoddy so I do not know exactly how many copies are out there. I can, however, say with absolute certainty that more 20,000 have been distributed. I believe the actual total is about twice that.

In all seriousness, I’m just trying to find fun ways to raise some money here. The cost to produce one book will be $2,500. I’ve already tucked away $2,000. That means I’m only $500 away from being able to publish my next book.

If I do not match that within the first six months of releasing my next book (the one with your logo in it), I will be extremely disappointed. When I released BG, I didn’t know shit from shinola. And I really didn’t care, because my only goal was the scratch “Write a Novel” off the Bucket List.

This time around I have a new goal: Become a full-time writer.

And I’m no long that starry eyed rube who just fell off the turnip truck. I now have a firm grasp on the publishing industry and know how to promote. And—thanks to the wonderful reader reviews BG has received—I also have access to some of the most sought after/exclusive promo services in the world. That fact, by itself, gives my new works a huge leg up and over BG.

Anyway, this time around I have a new goal. And I have plan to get me there. If you’d like to be a part of it, pretty please consider joining “Club Mitty”.

Ok, I think I’ve covered the main stuff now. Please read the information below for more details.

Thank you for your support,
Mitty Walters

Aaaah, now that’s a damn good idea! Why didn’t I think of that?!

Sure, I can do that. If you would like for me to add a link so that someone reading my book can see your logo, click on it, and go direct to your site, just bump the quantity up to two (2) before you hit the “ADD TO CART” button.

Preferably within two weeks after you signup.

Don’t sweat, I’m not in a huge rush. After you checkout, I will send you a little email to thank you for your support. That email will also contain the specifics of how/when I need you to get your logo to me.

I’m a firm believer that anything worth doing is worth doing right. For that reason, I make no promises. None whatsoever. 

I’m very sorry about that, but please understand that I consider myself a man of my word and I do not make promises lightly. There are simply too many moving parts for me to give you a firm date with any accuracy.

My personal goal is to get at least one new book out by the end of this summer or early fall (2018).

I reserve the right reject any applicant for any reason. Pretty please do not submit logos containing lewd, crude, or otherwise socially unacceptable material.

The same goes for your website. If you submit a logo with a website, I will go check it out. If I find a bunching of booby pictures up there I… well, I’ll probably spend a little more time there than I planned. Just to, you know, be sure it’s a booby site. But after that, I’ll have to reject your logo.

If you have any questions about this, please contact me before submitting. Thanks!

Because I am an “indie” author. 

A while back, I received an offer for Breaking Gravity from a very large publisher. Setting aside the fact that their offer wasn’t exactly spectacular, the main reason I turned them away was that writing is what I do for fun. If I accepted their money, then writing becomes work.

I ended up thanking them respectfully and turning them away politely.

The fact that a real publisher might be interested in my work was quite shocking to me. I decided maybe I should take this story telling thing a bit more seriously, so I started writing again. 

I’m currently in the process of wrapping up two new novels. I expect to have at least one, if not both, ready to hand over to my editor by the end of this summer (2018).

And now I’m having regrets. Turning my back on the conventional route means that all the publishing costs fall on me. Again.

I’ve decided to not to put out the audiobook versions right away, but I will still have to come up with about $5,000 ($2,500 each) before my new novels can be published. The majority of that will go to editing (I’m hoping to go with David Gatewood again), and the remainder will cover production costs (book cover, files for print and ebook version, etc), plus a zillion other little details (listing fees, ISBN fees, etc).

I’ve already squirreled away $2k, so I’m looking to raise another $3k.

Hence the yard sale.

And the “Shop at Amazon” thing. If you click on that link—or any Amazon link on my site—my Amazon Affiliate tag will travel with you. I will earn a little commission on anything you add to your shopping cart after that. It doesn’t change the price or effect you in anyway, just sends a few pennies my way on anything you buy. Might not sound like much, but every penny counts!

Sadly, I don’t have much to offer. I mean, what kind of nut spends $50 on a copy of a book nobody has ever read, signed by some an author nobody has ever heard of?

But as I said above, the cost to publish one novel is $2,500. Since I’ve already tucked away $2,000. So all I need is another $500 and the first of my two books is covered. 

To do that, all I have to do is sell ten signed copies at $50 each.

I am located in the US, within the state of Florida. If the “Ship To” address you specify is in Florida, then I am required to collect a 7% sales tax (6% for the state, 1% for the county). 

If you pay for anything on my website with a credit card or Paypal, your receipt will say MoBetter Productions Inc (MBI).

Not to worry, MBI is my company. I own it.

The primary function of MBI is to collect the income from my day job, that of freelance graphic/web production. In the event my writing ever takes off, I am set up so that any income will also flow through the business.

Sales pitch was inspired by Pink Floyd:


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