Wednesday, February 13, 2013


Well after the complete lack of sales yesterday, I can only assume that asking you people to pay $2.99 for a book was asking much too much.  I mean clearly that $2.99 would just break your wallets right open and force you into bankruptcy.

So I've lowered the price to a mere 99 cents.  That's pretty much less than a hamburger at McDonald's.

It may take a few hours for the price change to show up on Amazon or B&N but you can always go to Smashwords to buy it.  Or maybe that's just way too much trouble to go to.  Maybe I should just email everyone free copies, right?



  1. I've have bought it but someone sent me a bootleg copy of it a while back. This is why you need to team up with James Hetfield.

  2. Ahh yes... The ebook price choosing game. The guessing game that causes us to wonder if $2.99 is too much to ask for our labor of love. It certainly isn't. And, the market is so flooded with 99 cent books that it is difficult to get noticed in that cluster. What's a person to do? If you figure it out, you'll let me know, right?

  3. "I know that feel, Bro."
    I'm so far behind, and I tend to put off buying until I'm actually ready to read it.

  4. I do intend to buy your book. I think it would make great reading on my flight to India.

  5. I've got a hacker copy... but at 99 cents! I buy it anyway..

  6. I've been trying to cut back on my "buying without reading" habit. I ate a hamburger at McDonalds today; cost me $7. I should have went to an actual resturaunt and got out of there with only $4 including tip.




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