In case you've been wondering about the outcome of my experiment in flexible pricing, it can be summed up this way: People like cheap, and they REALLY like REALLY CHEAP. So just in time for the holidays, I've dropped the price of the ebook back down to a rock-bottom ninety-nine cents, where it will remain for the foreseeable future. (As before, it may take 48 hours or so for the change to be reflected in the various online storefronts.)
Now let's talk about stocking-stuffers.
You know how people love gettting stocking-stuffers, but kind of hate shopping for them? I mean, they're small, they're hard to wrap, you never know how many you actually need to stuff a given stocking, you always end up with overflow, plus everything ends up smelling vaguely like those Hershey Kisses and London Mints that got wedged down in the toe?... Face it, the stocking, while charming, is a pretty inefficient gift-delivery apparatus.
I have solved this problem for you.
The ebook of THANKS FOR KILLING ME is now priced squarely in stocking-stuffer range, and with the ability to gift an ebook (at least at The Kindle Store) you now have within your grasp a stocking-stuffer that doesn't need to be wrapped, doesn't need to be delivered, and won't end up smelling like chocolate. Just go to the Kindle page, hit the "Give as a gift" link, and Boom Goes The Dynamite. Your loved one will receive an email containing a link to download the book, and you will receive the warm glow of knowing you've done a good thing and also that it was really, really easy and cheap.
So go stuff a stocking with THANKS FOR KILLING ME! Do it today! Do it every day until Christmas!*
*Also applies to Hanukkah and Kwanzaa