For a limited time only, my e-books are on sale for $2.99 each. That’s the Kindle or Nook edition of UNFAIR, 7 Reasons, I’m OK—You’re Not, Penguins, Ten Ways Christians Fail to be Christian, Hell No! and HA!, for $2.99 each. (For NookBook links of same, see side-column at right.) Print editions of these books are also on sale: UNFAIR is now $8.99, 7 Reasons is $5.99, HA! is $7.99, and you can buy autographed and inscribed copies of I’m OK and/or Penguins directly from me for $8.99 each.
Any content within any of these books previously published on my blog is no longer available on my blog.
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In June the Association of American publishers reported that in the first quarter of 2012, for the first time ever, sales of e-books exceeded sales of hardcover books. I never thought I’d be into e-readers, but last year my wife bought a Kindle because she is constantly reading books and liked the idea of being able to carry around a library in her purse. She now reads exclusively on her Kindle. Along with her I have to say that I prefer reading on a Kindle to reading a printed book. Throw in that you can buy Kindle editions of new releases for usually around one-third the price of their print editions—and that e-books are paperless? Pfft. No-brainer.
[Oh: if you end up liking whatever of my books you read, it would be a huge help to me if you’d be kind enough to leave a review of it on its Kindle or Nook page. Thank you!]