Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Thanksgiving Sale! 75% Off!

dicksee_300.jpgIn celebration of the upcoming long weekend (don't know about you folks, but I've got Thursday and Friday off for Thanksgiving and will likely not be getting too much posting time in), I wanted to do something nice for everybody. Starting right now and lasting, oh, probably through Sunday when I get back to the computer again, the PDF version of my book Hear My Soul Speak: Wedding Quotations from Shakespeare is on sale for an amazing 75% off! That makes the price just $1.99!

So if price was holding you back, now's your chance to snatch up the freshman offering from that literary genius the world knows as Shakespeare Geek (who also happens to write his own promotional material. :) ) Get them now and say you knew me when.

Important note! This discount only applies to the PDF version, I do not have the mechanisms available to me (at the moment) to offer a similar program for the Kindle/iPad/Nook versions. Sorry about that. If you're looking for those formats and will only buy in those formats, please drop me a note and I'll more aggressively pursue pricing options on those platforms.

For more information you can check out the book's site at There you can take a look at the table of contents, sample material, reviews and all that good stuff. Just remember to click the PDF buy button in order to get the special Thanksgiving discount price.

Seriously, though, thank you to everybody for making this site what it's become. i may mope occasionally about what's wrong with Shakespeare in the world and why we can't all make a living at it, but it's precisely because this is the kind of thing I'd want to do with my life if I could. Not act or teach or write, necessarily, but do exactly this - immerse myself in it, let it flow into and around me from all directions. Take in information, broadcast it back out, interact, evolve, repeat. Every now and then I go back and read posts I made 5 years ago and look at how much I've learned, how much my opinions have changed over the years, and it's not the Works doing that, because they haven't changed much in 400 years. It's all of you, making this community something very special. Thank you.

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