The Toyota jingle is stuck in my head, "Toyota is Hot, Hot, Hot!". But my brain has substituted Toyota for Mississippi Nights: "Mississippi Nights is Hot, Hot, Hot!"
All because of the promotional poster my publishers created to market the deal on Amazon where the Kindle edition of my book only costs 99 cents.
Oh, my. My brain just started screaming in a Billy Mays type voice (I miss that man and his commercials!), "Only yours for 99 cents! But you need to hurry now, this offer won't last long!"
Indeed, the offer ends on May 31st. So far I have risen in the amazonian ranks for Kindle, then slid down, and then I'm back up. And this is the reason why I hate marketing and never did well in economics. The charts and graphs (which Amazon loves to show on the Author Central page) never did make sense to me.
Put all that aside for now though and if you have a Kindle, go download the book. What better way to spend a dollar. (Now I have the Little Rascals singing in my head, "I got a dollar, I got a dollar. Hey, hey, hey. I got a dollar!)
Prefer a hard copy? Three ways to achieve that goal. One, go to Barnes&Noble, Books-a-Million, Amazon.com, Ambassador International, or other online store and purchase it. Two, go to my website, www.dmwebb.com, and purchase it at a discount. OR Three, go to goodreads.com and enter the giveaway there.
Marketing...what joy. Now back to my original scheduled program of coffee and writing...