Overland Triker Update …
Okay, I suppose I’m cutting my own financial throat here, but since money and materialism are no longer my masters, I’m just too excited not to share this news with you:
Barnes & Noble, which typically has had higher prices than Amazon, now has moved beyond the digital giant in spades today, and is selling The Overland Triker for a much lower price of $17.81. That’s a savings of $4.14 over Amazon’s $21.95 – first time I’ve seen such a thing. And not only that, but Barnes & Noble also already has the cute little book thumbnail graphic showing, demonstrating that those folks are really on the ball. Way to go B&N.
Get it before they change their mind by clicking this cute picture:
Okay, now I know this looks bad, and that you’re probably thinking that I’m just tooting my own horn. I’m sounding like a salesman out to make a quick buck rather than a laid-back triker guy, but I don’t have any control over this pricing stuff, so when I see these numbers, I wish to spread the joy. Are you feeling joyous yet? When my body finally bids me a fond farewell, I hope it happens while on an overland trike journey in the middle of nowhere. If you find me, toss a copy of this book in the ground with my exhausted bones.
I’ve already received a couple of requests for a Kindle version of this book. I have not produced one yet, but have taken this under consideration. Leave comments to this post about your Kindle thoughts, both good and not so good. A few folks were not pleased with the Free On Three Kindle version, so I need to know if there is a consensus of thought out there. Thanks!
By the way, Amazon has some deal they are advertising where you can read the Kindle version of Free On Three for free. I have no idea what it entails, so if there’s a catch, reader beware.