Now that’s got to be a great way to introduce yourself to Chase Armstrong, Kit Daniels and all those dinosaurs they keep running into. You can’t beat free as far as pricing goes.
I don’t know exactly why Amazon chose to drop my book’s modest price of $2.99 down to $0.00, but they did! Maybe it’s because they’re having a price war with Barnes and Noble’s Nook version, which B&N has been giving away as a free sample along with their Nook reader for some time now. They’ve downloaded thousands of copies of Earthfall, so I’m told, and it seems to be taking off. Not surprising then that Amazon wants in on this price-slashing fest. Before you know it they’ll both be shouting like used car salesmen on a late night commercial: “Get ’em while they last! Prices slashed to the bone! Don’t delay, stop by today and SAVE BIG!!!
Boy, I don’t know about you, but I always reach for the clicker when the commercials get going like that. Still, I guess I’m a little proud they chose Dinosaur Wars as something to fight over. With the price at rock bottom it’s easy for people to grab the ebook and give it a try, even if they’re not sure it’s something they’d normally enjoy. Once they get into it and see what it’s all about most people find something to like, whether it’s the young hero and heroine, or my new take on dinosaurs, including the human-sized, intelligent ones the heroes make friends with.
Go ahead, let go all skepticism for a minute and download Earthfall. I doubt you’ll regret it, and the price, as they say, just can’t be beat.