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The Totally Geeky Guide to The Princess Bride now available for Kindle on Amazon

“In my day, books came in books, not on Kindles or Nooks or whatever the fuck.”

“In my day, books came in books, not on Kindles or Nooks or whatever the fuck.”

I am delighted to announce that my book The Totally Geeky Guide to The Princess Bride is finally available on Amazon for the Kindle [Amazon U.S.] [Amazon Canada] [Amazon U.K.].

The ebook version of my deconstruction of the cult-favorite film is also available for the Nook at Barnes & Noble, for iBooks at iTunes, and in multiple ebook formats at Kobo, Lulu, Sainbury’s, Smashwords, and pretty much anywhere and everywhere you’ll find ebooks for sale.

(FlickFilosopher.com subscribers can get a free copy of the ebook at Smashwords; a Kindle version is available but you have to download it and manually transfer it to your Kindle. You’ll find a coupon code on the secret page that details subscriber bonues; email me if you’ve lost that link.)

The Totally Geeky Guide to The Princess Bride is still in print, too, at Amazon [U.S.] [Canada] [U.K.], B&N, and Lulu.


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  • Jurgan

    It’s a good read, guys, and I’m not just saying that because my question inspired a chapter.

  • Bluejay

    I’m a subscriber, but I’m happy to send an extra $2 your way.

    *click click click*

    Done!

  • Thank you! If you have a moment, it would be helpful if you left a quick review on Amazon. (Reviews from certified purchasers count for me, I believe.)

  • Matt Solis

    Great Read. Does anyone here use Clippings.io for organizing book notes? Just wondered how anyone else was managing their notes?

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