Hey, ya’ll. Sam here. I’ve got news for you that involves major savings and possibly time travel.
This is what I know right now.
My publisher is
slashing smashing murdering slaughtering lowering prices and offering the hard cover of The Green Ember, along with the paperback of The Black Star of Kingston, in a bundle for a mere $20.
Only TWENTY American Dollars.
I don’t know why he’s doing this. Maybe he hates money. Maybe he has nefarious plots I don’t know about. He is Canadian, so that raises some suspicions right off.
This deal saves you, the frugal consumer, $17.90. Sounds perty good, yeah. But is it too good?
What is he NOT saying about the 17.90? Is he NOT saying that if you take this great deal and get those books for such a huge-mongous bargain, that you could possibly be time-warped back to 1790?
When I reached out for a comment, he stated, “I don’t have time for this.” Hmmm….
If the time-warp does happen, bargain shopper, be comforted that you will have something to read. And isn’t 1790 a great time to sit down with a rabbit adventure, or two? President Washington might like to join in. You can tell him you saved nearly eighteen dollar bills (featuring a certain somebody’s face) and then you could relate to him how you ended up in such a time as this.
Now, I’m not saying you should act fast and
slaughter enjoy these savings because “time is running out.” But I could. Because time is literally running out.