the greatest league in the world.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 09, 2012
OneIMS, a leading Chicago-based marketing company, is pleased to announce the hardcover debut of Kurt Weichert’s adult fiction novel, SportsFan Chronicles. Weichert’s comedic novel, which follows a pair of rambunctious sports fans whose dreams of team ownership seem poised to come true, has been available as in paperback and multiple e-book formats since 2011.
SportsFan Chronicles derives in part from a series of scripts Weichert developed for television in the 1990’s and in part from his own love of sports. The series represents both reality and wishful thinking, as main characters Kurt and Brian enjoy a series of frat house exploits, followed by an unprecedented lottery win. They find themselves face-to-face with their dream of owning a football team in “the greatest league in the world.” But to do this, they must convince their nightmare ex-boss to pitch in his half of the winnings.
Interested readers can get a peek at the first five chapters of the book online at http://www.sportsfanchronicles.com. Website design company OneIMS has made both the paperback and newly available hardcover versions of SportsFan Chronicles available for direct purchase on Weichert’s website by integrating an Online Shopping Cart. The e-book is also available online through the website’s integration with Amazon, iBooks, and Barnes and Noble e-commerce sites. International readers can download the e-book through Amazon’s France, UK, and German websites.
The hardcover debut serves both as a nod to the book’s growing popularity and an opportunity for OneIMS to expand the SportsFan Chronicles’ online visibility and availability. Having worked closely with Weichert for the past year in developing his website and integrated marketing campaign for the series, OneIMS has made SportsFan Chronicles available through a number of online venues. The company looks forward to expanding the series in the coming months, as well as promoting the SportsFan Chronicles Magazine, slated to be available in late 2012, and incorporating a blog into the website to provide news and updates to Weichert’s growing base of sports fans.