What was costly for me, you can read for a pittance

            

Calgary Sun: Bomb hoax costly, Mormon fined $2,000 - click to view - mousewheel to zoom
This was another headline 30 years ago today, when my days ahead looked fatter but my wallet was definitely thinner.

But what was so costly for me, you can read about for a pittance. While supplies last, signed editions of my memoir, The Accidental Terrorist, are only $19.95 in hardcover, and $11.95 in trade paperback. And you can get the ebook edition for a ridiculously low 99 cents!

Not only that, but you can even enter at Goodreads to win one of ten free copies of the trade paperback. But hurry! Like my days in Canada, there isn't much time left for these offers.

Crossposted from Inhuman Swill
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