Our invoice records show that the paperback is only $6.95, and the Kindle ebook is just $2.99. But that must be a mistake. Who would ever foolishly sells books that low? Though it's probably the same guy who keeps forgetting to stock our gift shop.
We're also wondering why we're supposed to be selling a book about Christmas two months after the holiday -- when it's hit 80-degrees in Los Angeles. But management's memo says, "If something is funny, it's funny, for God's sake. Whatever the freaking month. You think if you watched A Christmas Story in July you wouldn't laugh?" Mind you, we can't vouch for the quality of the text, since no one here has read it, though it does have lovely cover art, which seems to be at least worth $6.95, let alone $2.99, if that's actually what it's selling for.
"If anyone has already read the book, but not yet written a Customer Review on Amazon, it would be appreciated if you do so. Hopefully you won't give it just one star, but if you do, that's between you and your God. All religions are honored. If you're an atheist, then your decision is between you and your rock."