Today is Black Friday, so in the spirit of this shopper’s holiday, I wanted to do a sale on my ebook for writers, Out of Thin Air: The Freelance Writer’s Guide to Finding Work When Bills Are Due.

I thought, “What do I price it for the sale? Hm…”

The book regularly costs $21. My initial thought was to set the sale price at $15. If you follow the advice in this book, you’ll make your money back 100 times over.

But it’s Thanksgiving weekend. I want to say thank you, and $15 just won’t accurately describe how very thankful I am for all of your support. The people who read my work here, on Blog Zombies, on the BlogWorld blog, and everywhere else I write…you guys mean everything to me. Without you guys, I wouldn’t be able to pay my rent. Y’all are truly awesome.

So for TODAY ONLY, as my “thank you” to everyone out there, Out of Thin Air is available for the “pay what you can” price! That means you can enter whatever number you want when you hit the buy button - even ZERO! Those who know me know that I don’t do sales very often, so if you want to pick it up, you gotta do it TODAY. Get the ebook for free - hell, send copies to everyone you know if you want!

You can grab the ebook and read more about it here. Again, once you hit the buy button, it will allow you to put ANY number in the price box or even set it to $0! If you do pick it up, the only thing I ask is that you tweet about it, send a Facebook message, email you friends, or otherwise spread the word so that people in your life can get it for free as well.

Thank you all SO much. <3

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  1. Eva Abreu, NJ Social Media (Reply) on Friday 25, 2011

    Thank you Allison! May your generosity return back to you 1000x. Thank you for sharing your time and talent. I always enjoy reading your tips and advice. Regards, Eva

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