To get yours at the lowest price for the time being check out the e-book page on this website or just click this link to go to Fun-E-Books Publishing and George's page.
What do you do when a life long friend gets a deal to have a book published but the new publisher insists you change the price of the e-book you created for him or drop it as a condition for his new contract? Do you let them dictate your business practices to you or do you stand firm while your friend squirms?
In this case I will take the first option and increase the price nearly double (which will no doubt decrease sales numbers) so that George can get a book deal with a hopefully reputable publishing house. Hopefully. The start of his relationship seems to be fraught already with questionable overtones. Let us hope George will make the money they are dangling in front of him and not be short-changed down the road as so often happens with cartoonists and book publishers.
I hear all the time about book deals that never get beyond an advance check, myself included in that category.
So if you like to learn how to draw hot rods in the Trosley style it would be a good idea to grab an e-copy before that happens!
PRICE CHANGE FOR TROSLEY'S E-BOOK
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