The Rabbit Skinners 99 cent sale is here! Oh, Lord!

Friends, Neighbors, non-Friends and non-Neighbors! And everyone in between!

The Kindle version of my mystery-suspense novel The Rabbit Skinners is now on sale (in the United States) for a scandalously low price of ONLY 99 AMERICAN COPPER PENNIES.

From January 29 to February 5! After which, it reverts to its normal price of $5,678.89 per copy. JOKING! The normal price is still a quite affordable $4.99.

Question from Skeptical Shopper:
Why would I buy your novel, John? Sure, 99 cents is pocket change, but why would I waste it on some novel when I could save it for my retirement, since all publically funded support, however pathetically minimal, that I had counted upon as I slip into dotage will be sucked dry by the present administration? And whatever, the world is literally falling apart anyway, since we’ve done almost nothing to curb climate change and the most powerful people in the world still believe, despite the sober and evidence-based reasons provided by 97% of the world’s climate scientists, that it’s not a serious threat or even a Chinese hoax?

Answer:
Good point. Maybe you shouldn’t buy it.

Skeptical Shopper:
Wait. Is that all you’re going to say?

Answer: Yeah.

Skeptical Shopper: You suck at self-promotion.

Answer:
No argument from me about that! But on the other hand, consider this. With the world going to hell in a handbag, my book might provide some some pleasing distractions from the collapse of modern civilization. Also, post-apocalypse-wise, your money will be worthless. Everything will be barter. If you buy the paper copy of my book, it might actually have some value as kindling that you could trade for food. From the devastated human wraiths wandering the land desperately in search of warmth.

Skeptical Shopper:
Wow! I never thought of it that way before! You’re right! The scales have dropped from my eyes! I’ll buy it!

Answer:
Thanks! If you like it, please consider leaving a review on Amazon or Goodreads. It is by such reviews that Indie novels thrive or perish.

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