The Perks Of Early Adoption

by Frost on February 23, 2012

I wrote a book!

In a lot of ways, it was a damn good one. But as I explained in my review, it wasn’t what it should have been, so I’ve decided to write a 2nd edition which will be tighter, better, and include a bit of extra content. I’m also reducing the price to $3.99, and discontinuing the paperback option.

Great news! Right?

Well, if you’re one of my early readers who already shelled out $11.99 for the first edition – no, it’s not so great. You’ve paid more for an inferior product. Dick move on my part.

Here’s how I’m going to make it right:

If you already bought the first edition of the book, send me an email specifying whether you have the Kindle or Paperback edition. I will ask you to quote a specific line to confirm.

First, everyone who purchased a copy of the first edition will be entitled to a free copy of the second edition.

Not only that, everyone who bought the first edition will also receive a free advance draft of my next book, The 2012 End Of The World Tour.

On top of that, here is my promise to you, the core group of early readers:

I will never charge you, for anything, ever, for the rest of my life.

Every book I write, you will receive a free copy on or before the launch date. Any other information products, membership sites, or 99c Kindle articles – they will all be yours for the taking. Send me an email and I’ll get you on a mailing list that will entitle you to free launch day editions of every word I ever write, for the rest of my life.

Well, not really. I’ve already given away the farm. But if you bought F25 1.0, I still owe you something.

I released the first edition of Freedom Twenty-Five before it was ready, and for that I apologize.

It’s not like the book is a steaming pile of dog shit. I’ve received dozens of emails from people who really liked it, and used it to change their lives, and zero that were negative. Lots of people I respect reviewed the book and found many more positives than negatives.

But as I’ve said – it was incomplete, and the last group of people I want to see suffer for that are the ones who believed in me from the start. Please take this lifetime’s supply of my ramblings as a token of my gratitude.

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