A bazaar crowded with random offerings. William Gibson/Henrik Ibsen. Zafon, Murakami, Van Gogh. A table of well-thumbed Louisa May Alcott. Shiny Urban Fantasy and an aromatic clutter of cookbooks.
Marking my calendar and sharing widely!
What says post-Christmas better than a book about a talking breast that might be...um…let's just say She is that She is. So, whether you're breaking in a new device or just wanting to make the most of that pre-New Year's slump with a cool read, please note that starting on December 26, with a one-day-only bargain basement price of 99 cents, Amazon will be running a special markdown promotion on the Kindle edition of Lori Berhon's unique novel, The Breast of Everything.
Maybe you've heard about it and have been curious, but didn't want to risk the regular price on something that sounded so odd. Maybe you've read the book and liked it, but were leery of recommending it to a friend. Here's your chance!
Those who miss Day 1 will still have two days to practically steal a copy for only 1.99! That's right: less than the cost of a ride on the NYC subway--and surely equally entertaining! Starting December 29, the price starts inching up: first to 2.99, then 3.99 (12/30) and 4.99 (12/31), before returning to the regular low price of 5.99 on January 1.
Shop early for the best price!