It’s been almost a year since I’ve had a pay-what-you-can sale on any of The Artful Year eBooks.
Update: The pay-what-you-can sale is now over. The ebooks will still be available through the end of this month.
When I’ve done this in the past, I received so many comments and e-mails thanking me—saying things like they had really wanted the books but they had just lost a job or were on a teaching salary or just couldn’t afford the full price right then.
So, before The Artful Year eBooks enter their chrysalis stage*, I thought I’d hold one last pay-what-you-can sale on them. If you’ve been eyeing them but couldn’t figure it into your budget, go ahead and grab them now at any price you can afford—even free!
Here’s how the sale works:
When you hit the view cart button, you’ll be taken to my e-junkie shopping cart and, for one week only (through July 17th), you will be able to edit the price yourself. I really hope you’ll snag a copy for yourself of any of the books you are interested in. And spread the word if you like…
As with my blog, I mostly just want to share these ideas and crafts with ALL of you and don’t want price to be a barrier.
If what you can pay is zero, that is totally fine! If you feel like 3 bucks is what you can afford, go for it! If you want to pay five or seven dollars for a book, great! Anything is fine.
You decide the sweet spot between what you can afford and what the book and the ideas in it are worth to you.
So go ahead and Pay What You Can!
THE ARTFUL YEAR: CELEBRATING THE SEASONS & HOLIDAYS WITH FAMILY ARTS AND CRAFTS
(Click on the book cover or title for more info about that particular book, or just click the add to cart button to buy it.)
Want the whole bundle of Artful Year eBooks? You can buy it for $34.99!
*After this month, The Artful Year eBooks will no longer be available for sale. The traditionally published paper book version will be available in February 2015. There will be lots of wonderful new additions at that time, however, due to size and expense and just the general nature of publishing, there will be some subtractions as well—most notably in the number of photographs. If you want a digital copy to refer to between now and then (I especially love having the recipes on my iPad) or want the full complement of step-by-step photographs, grab the eBooks now while they are still available.
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