I love the holidays. All of them. Even Kwanzaa (HARAMBEE!). It’s the one time of year when I hate all of you people just a little less.
Not a lot less. But a little.
So the other day I was trimming my tree and watching the Duck Dynasty Holiday Special (best sitcom writers on television, that show has) and thinking on how I could express that less-than-marginal reduction in my general ire for the Human race.
Then it hit me: monetarily.
As my gift to you this most festive of seasons (except for Roller Derby play-offs, natch) I’ve created The Failed Cities Holiday Bundle. Here’s the deal: for the next two weeks you can purchase the Definitive Edition ebook of my novel THE FAILED CITIES for just $6.99—that’s 30% off its arbitrary retail price that I set myself. It contains all of the versions—PDF, MOBI, and ePub—included in the regular bundle for all your digital reading device needs.
But wait. There’s more.
As a bonus, The Failed Cities Holiday Bundle includes a PDF version of my short story “Sundae” that I released back in June. “Sundae” has rapidly become one of my best-selling pieces of fiction ever, but until now it was only available for the Kindle. Now you can read it on your desktop or print it out at your convenience. For free.
So… if you weren’t in for ten bucks when THE FAILED CITIES (DEFINITIVE EDITION) first dropped, now’s your chance to pick it up. If you were planning to buy it as a gift for somebody or bodies, consider the discount and extra story a thank you from me.
And guys: please remember to download the bundle from the page UPLOADnSELL takes you to after you buy. The link is right there for you on the page after you complete payment. It couldn’t be simpler. I have no sympathy or time to deal with people who don’t take the extra two seconds to read the whole page before closing it down and then bugging me because they weren’t e-mailed a file. It’s one more click. Don’t be a moron.
And by all of that I obviously mean MERRY CHRISTMAS!
The Holiday Bundle evaporates on Christmas Day, so get in on this now.