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The Value of a Special Edition

February 16, 2010

A while back I bought a short story collection by Neil Gaiman for my Kindle. I’m blanking on the name of it right now, but I’m guessing Gaiman doesn’t need the press.

If you’ve read Gaiman’s short stories, a lot of them are in first person, and he makes it seem like the stories might be grounded in truth. I really wanted to know if they were fiction…and there Gaiman satisfied just as much as he did in his stories, because he had a lengthy section of the book devoted to explaining the “truth” (or lack thereof, as it turned out) behind his stories.

Every book should have this option. Sell an anthology for $15 and a special edition with all the personal stories, insights, and inspirations for $17. You’ll sell way more of the special edition.

Lo and behold, a friend of mine has taken it upon himself to create a special edition of his first anthology…and he’s giving it away! Check it out here and spread the word so you have a chance of winning it.

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