It’s all about A Dude’s Guide to Babies here today, dudes. If you’re interested. . . You’re in the right place and you’re going to be very happy.
If not, well, sorry. Check back later and we’ll probably have something that will interest you. Wait, on second thought, why not stay? Maybe I can change your mind. We’ll see.
Here’s the deal, folks. If you’ve been thinking bout buying a copy of A Dude’s Guide to Babies all for yourownself from Amazon.com, now’s the time to do it. The more purchases we have in the first week, the more people will see it because it’s ranked higher. That’s good for us.
And, if you do buy a copy, please make sure to go back to Amazon.com and leave a review. It’s the same thing as the sales. The more reviews we get, the more people will come and look at the book, which will lead to more people buying the book. Please, please, please.
The earlier the purchase, the earlier the review, the better. We’d really appreciate it.
To show that appreciation, we’re going to be giving away an autographed copy of A Dude’s Guide to Babies. Barry and I will sign it, saying pretty much anything you want. All you need to do is send either of us an e-mail and tell us your funniest reason for wanting a copy of the book. Should we get more than one entry, we’ll pick one out at random. We’ll also give away a book to the best commenter (or one chosen at random) in this comment thread.
This give away is in addition to the book we’re giving away with all the WebMD swag we talked about Thursday and Friday, and in addition to the book we’re giving away on Facebook. It’s e-mail for the first one and simply liking the A Dude’s Guide page on Facebook for the second.
What generous fellas, us.
Speaking of generous, we’re giving of ourselves once again.
We’re going to be interviewed for an actual hour on Charlotte Talks, a local radio talk show on WFAE 90.7 FM here in Charlotte. This show has been on the air for years and is a true patriarch in the local broadcasting scene. Why they want to sully their reputation by hosting us is, well, sort of beyond our understanding. But we’re not going to pass it up, you understand.
We’ll be on from 9 to 10 am on Monday, March 25. The show is broadcast on 90.7 FM in the Charlotte area, and is on the internet as well if you want to stream live. It should be interesting.