I know if something is offered to me for free, I get suspicious.

Free to a good home. Interior in great shape.

Free to a good home. Interior in great shape.

You get what you pay for, right?

I suppose in some  many  most cases, that’s true.

But not in this case.

In this case, you’d be as crazy as dog trying to catch a bug not to take this offer AND tell everyone you know about it.

In this case, you’re getting a real bargain, and who doesn’t love a bargain?

shopping dog

Starting today and ending on July 5 (Saturday), you can CLICK HERE to download a FREE COPY of the second edition of my memoir, How Was I Supposed to Know? 

(You’ll need a Kindle App for your device if you don’t have a Kindle.)

Here is the new look for the second edition. I hope you like it!

Here is the new look for the second edition. I hope you like it!

Giving away free copies of your book is supposed to boost sales. I’ve read that. So far, I haven’t seen that happen.

Maybe you could help me out?

1. Down load the book if you haven’t already, read it and give it a review.

2. If you have a Face Book, Twitter, or any other of the zillion-and counting social media sites, tell your kindred virtual pals about my memoir. Golly, it’s free for the next five days. They should love you for it.

3. If you know of a book club, recommend my memoir. Surely a book about living through challenges that all of us face and dealing with them with both grace and humor should appeal to someone out there…

4. If you know an agent or Hollywood producer, I’m willing to talk.

How much are you willing to pay me for staring in my own life story?

How much are you willing to pay me for staring in my own life story?

I’m just curious. Why do you think free give-aways work to boost sales of a book? What else should I be doing to get this book circulating and selling?