Sunday, May 02, 2010

Kneejerk incentivization


Here's how I'm going to encourage you to buy a copy of The History of Airports if you haven't yet. (If you have no idea what I'm talking about, there's some info in the sidebar.)

Here we all are at the beginning of May.

At the very end of May, I will draw out of a hat (or nearest available hat-like receptacle) the name of one person who has bought the book this month, and refund the £12 purchase cost of their copy. Et voila: retroactive FREE BOOK!

Let me assure you that the chances of winning are really not at all slim -- I'm only selling a couple of copies per week, at the moment. Even if that doubles as a consequence of this exhilarating special offer, the odds are still pretty good.

But! You've got to be in it to win it, as Rousseau reminds us. So, it's over to you. Ordering details and a nice plump Paypal button are to be found just over there --->.

(Within a year, all artistic activity is going to be funded like this, so we'd better all get used to it.)

1 comment:

kier said...

chris, loveliest of chrises, could i trouble you for a who you are audio cd, if it ain't too late?