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Monday, June 28, 2010

For the next 2 weeks...

Hey everyone,

As some of you may know, I am getting married on July 2nd, and so I thought that while I was occupied with everything surrounding that and while gone on my honeymoon, I would have a little promotion with Learn Me Good.

In true Velveta Cheese fashion, I'm calling it "Happily Wed (and Read) Ever After."

Starting June 28th, and going through July 12th, I am lowering the Kindle price of Learn Me Good to 99 cents. I would drop the price completely to zero, but Amazon won't let me do that.

In addition, a new publishing source has allowed me to reprice the paperback edition of Learn Me Good at $11.99 (down from $16), and that is officially in effect!

So during these 2 weeks, I am asking everyone who is willing, able, or just plain bored to please see if you can do one or more of the following things (consider it a wedding gift!):

Buy a copy of Learn Me Good – print OR Kindle
Post a review on Amazon
Go down to the Tags section at Amazon and click the boxes next to Humor, Teaching, and Education
Become a fan of Learn Me Good on Facebook
Tell at least one friend about Learn Me Good

If you have done any of these things already, I thank you immensely!!

And since I'll pretty much be out of pocket for those 2 weeks, I want to thank in advance everyone who takes part in the Happily Wed (and Read) Ever After celebration!!!


HappyChyck said...

I think I've all except the Kindle thing. I'm still old-school and ready my books on paper.

Congrats on your marriage! Enjoy the celebration of the beginning of you legal commitment to each other. LOL.

loonyhiker said...

Only one more day!! I hope you share plenty of pictures!! My hubby and I have been together for 31 years and love each other more than the day we got married. Just want to share with you the tips that help keep our marriage strong:
1)Lots of communication. We share our feelings, worries, concerns, and even happiness. That is the best way to get to know each other better.
2)We never say bad or hurtful things about each other especially in public even though some people think that it is teasing. It stops being teasing and becomes mean.
3) We try to give more than take in this relationship. If both people are doing this, it will last forever.

Good luck and lots of happiness!

Mister Teacher said...

Thank you ladies!

The wedding, despite starting nearly an hour late due to a monsoon (and the priest being late), was awesome, as were the days surrounding it.

We leave for our honeymoon early Tuesday, so hopefully we can catch up on our sleep a bit tomorrow!