Tip of the Day: Tower.com
Well, it turns out the best deal I've found by far on neoNuma Arts titles is, unexpectedly, at Tower.com.
So you can find Christopher E. Ellis's excellent collection of plays, The Fatal Gift of Beauty and Other Plays for only $9.99, 38% off the cover price. Similarly, at the same discount/price is Able to... , the first neoNuma title (which I'll probably blog about some more sometime soon, as I've never felt it really found it's audience). Jill Alexander Essbaum's Necropolis gets only a 36% discount, but still, it's a steal at $8.99. Heck, even my "practice" book, Thirty-Six Echoes, gets 31% off (going for $8.99 as well)---which doesn't affect me at all and I'll still give the same $1.30 to Lutheran World Relief for every copy sold. (I haven't blogged about Thirty-Six Echoes, I don't think. It's a collection of writings that were originally published in The Echoes, the newsletter of First English Lutheran Church between 1995 and 1998. Since I originally published them there for free, I'd decided to donate my "royalties" to LWR---one of the more highly regarded hunger and disaster relief organizations. So a purchase of this book also helps victims of disaster around the world.)
So, how's that for a deal? Hie thee over to Tower.com and check out the neoNuma titles---and check out what else you might find there. It may be the best kept book-buying secret on the web!