Hey all! In honor of Papa Zulu‘s recent publication, and the fact that there are still many people who haven’t read the first book in the series (I know, it’s crazy right?), I have started a special promotion. It began just yesterday, with the price for Whiskey Delta being marked down to $0.99. This will continue until March 31st, at which point the price will go up to a (still discounted) $1.99. The promotion ends on April 4th, at which time it will go back to its full price of $2.99.
So if you haven’t read the book, get it while you can! But of course, the real goal here is to get more people prepped and ready to buy Papa Zulu, which I intend to launch a special promotion for as soon as this one ends. As always, it’s all about getting people interested in the series, which they simply can’t do of they don’t start from the beginning! If interested, follow the link below to WD‘s Amazon page and select it for Kindle:
And don’t forget to review! 🙂
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Could you do a deal like this for Papa Zulu next month? It would make it so much easier for me to get it on my Kindle.
Well yes, I was hoping to. As soon as this one runs out, I was thinking of doing one for while I’m away in Europe. Would make a nice surprise to come home and find out that it made some serious promotional sales, right? 🙂
Yes indeed. By the way, when will you be in Europe?
In two weeks. And as I recall, you’re heading out there this summer, right?
Yeah, in May. Too bad we can’t meet up, right?
Indeed! So remind me, what are you going for and where exactly?
I’m going on a study abroad trip for 3 weeks to study WWII and we’ll be stopping in England, France and Germany.
Oh yeah. We’ll be Northern France and Belgium ourselves, seeing the sites of WWI and II and retracing the steps of the CEF.
Then don’t forget to visit the Belgian village of Messines where 19 huge mines with a total of about 420 tons Ammonal-explosive were brought to explode. The greatest explosion in WWI…and 2 mines did not exploded then… finally on 17 July 1955 aprox. 38 years later one mine explodes because of a lightning the other mine is still there and waiting… if you see some lakes there then well they are likely the remnants of the explosions.