Make a Note of these Dates:
December 15, and 16, e-book versions of Beneath a Buried House will be absolutely free.
December 9 through December 16, e-book copies of Twisted Perception are only 99 cents.
December 15 through December 22, e-book copies of Footprints of a Dancer will also be on sale for 99 cents.
I will be running some great Christmas deals this year, but first a word from our sponsor.
A few days ago, my wife, Kathi, and I decided to dine at a local barbeque restaurant. Upon being seated, we were asked for our drink order. We ordered colas.
“Would you like a short one or a tall one,” the waitress asked.
Being a bit intrigued by the question, I asked for the difference.
The waitress measured a distance from the table with her hand and said, “About that much.”
Later that night at a different restaurant, a waitress took our drink order and brought the colas.
Seconds later, another waitress appeared with two more colas. “Oh, did someone bring your drinks?”
She then placed the drinks on the table. “Well,” she said, “I’m your server, so just in case.”
I didn’t ask in what case that might be.
And now for something completely different:
Books make wonderful, thoughtful, educational Christmas gifts. Did you know that you can gift e-books? Amazon has made it easy with instructions on each author’s book page. Anyone with a computer, smart phone, or tablet can download a free Kindle App, and begin reading. Of course paperback copies are still available as well.
And now for the Christmas deals:
On December 15, and 16, e-book versions of Beneath a Buried House will be absolutely free. Here’s the link.
December 9 through December 16, e-book copies of Twisted Perception are only 99 cents. Where else can you get a thoughtful, educational gift for less than a dollar? The link.
December 15 through December 22, e-book copies of Footprints of a Dancer will also be on sale for 99 cents. The link.
If you would like to read a free sample before buying, excerpts are available on my website.
I’d also like to recommend a great book, Crushing the Collective, from my good friend Charles W. Sasser.
I truly pray that everyone has a blessed and merry Christmas.