The wait is over!

Hi! My Name is Loco and I am a Racist

has arrived!

ON SALE NOW!!

The highly anticipated memoir by Baye McNeil (a.k.a. Loco of the blog: Loco in Yokohama) is now available! And the reviews are in: It’s a HIT!

Read Amazon Reviews here

Read Goodreads Reviews here

Cool, right? So, what are you waiting for? Pick up your copy today!

For you readers who like the convenience of carrying a mini-library around with you in your Smartphone, iPad or other smart device, the Electronic version of this instant classic is perfect for you! It’s available from virtually anywhere in the world at Amazon.com. Just follow this link: Kindle Version of E-bookYou don’t even need a Kindle E-book reader. Just go to the order page and download (for FREE) the Kindle App for your Mac, PC, iPhone, Android, iPad or any smart device.

You’ll be reading it in minutes!

And, PLEASE, don’t let the title throw you! It’s provocative, yes, but sincere and on the level. Click here to read a REVIEW that will answer every question you might have about this controversial and engaging new title, with no spoilers!

Oh yeah…and for those of you who like the feel of slain trees in your hands when you read, like these folk:

book collage

Well, there’s a trade paperback version available, as well. Never let it be said that Loco discriminates against the ecologically unsound. (-;

You can pick up your hardcopy version at the following sites::

AMAZON.COM

AMAZON JAPAN

BARNES AND NOBLES.COM

THE BOOK DEPOSITORY

Enjoy whichever version you purchase and please leave reviews at the Amazon and Nook pages, as well as at Goodreads.com, so that others can know how much you enjoyed the book–for I have every confidence you will! Us indie publishers need all the ink we can get! And what better ink is there than the untainted thoughts of readers like you, right?

Thank you, and brace yourself for an experience!

Loco

Click Here for some intriguing excerpts from the book

Click here for informative interviews and Q&As with the author, Baye McNeil

Click here for some scintillating reviews of this work