Cheaper than a Pooping Moose Holiday Scarf!

14 Nov

With the recent price reductions for Book 4, The Dwarf’s Legacy, you can now purchase the Kindle versions of the first four books of my series, The Day Magic Died, for less than the price of a Pooping Moose Holiday Scarf!

Think about it: These four books will give you hours and hours and hours of enjoyment. The scarf? You will likely wear it only once or twice before someone who loves you burns it.

Longer lasting than a Polly the Insulting Parrot Keychain!

Yes, that’s right! The Kindle version of The Dwarf’s Legacy is now $4.99. That’s almost a dollar less than a Polly The Insulting Parrot Keychain!

Rude parrots get boring fast. The Dwarf’s Legacy doesn’t get old for a very, very long time. (Inside joke there, if you’ve read the book. Haven’t read it? Then get the book and get the joke!)

More versatile than an Inflatable Van Gogh Painting in a can!

And the paperback version is now $11.99. That’s less than an Inflatable Van Gogh Painting in a can.

Let’s face it, folks. How many times do you think, “Wow, I wish I had a painting in a can so I could spruce this place up a bit”? I bet it’s not many compared to the number of times you’ve thought, “I could really use a good book to read right now.” Right?

Just plain better than bad pun salt and pepper shakers!

So if you’re looking for a great gift for friends and family, don’t get them Assault and Battery Salt and Pepper Shakers.

No one likes an overused pun. Help them enjoy the journey – get them one (or all) of these:

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