- On the Kindle for only 99 cents here.
- In print at Lulu.com for $8.74 here.
- In print at Amazon.com for $12.99 here.
Here’s the answers to some questions about this:
What is it?
Fistful of Pizza is a collection of short stories and flash fiction including ten pieces that have appeared in other publications and were otherwise unavailable until now. I wanted to make the book as cheap as possible; actually, I wanted to make it free on the Kindle, but I can’t do that because I’m not a big publisher, so instead it’s the cheapest price they will let me.
What if I think the Kindle is stupid?
I also did a print version, which is a 150-page pocket-sized book. Feel free to read it on the beach or lend it to your friends or drop it in the tub or burn it or do any of the other things that people who complain about the Kindle say you can’t do with the Kindle.
Why is the print version so expensive?
Because of the whole tree thing. I could do what big publishers do and make the eBook version cost $8.74, or do what the biggest publishers do and make the print book $8.74 and the eBook $21.99. $8.74 was about the cheapest I could go on lulu.
Can I get a preview?
If you have a Kindle, or have a PC/Mac/tablet/phone with the Kindle software, you can get a preview of the book for free. Go to the Amazon page here and click on the Send Sample Now button. This will send the cover and the first two and a half stories to you.
Does this include that one story where the guy flies a jet into a Wal-Mart in order to obtain an erection?
Yes, it does.
Why does the print version cost more on Amazon?
Because Amazon hates you.
Is this book suitable for my kid?
Any book is a children’s book if you teach your kid to read early enough. Whether or not your child should read a book in which Richard Nixon pisses into someone’s gunshot wound is really your call, though.
What is a pocket book?
It’s a 4.3 x 6.9″ book. It’s roughly the size of one of those drug store paperback books. I think it’s a neat size and have wanted to do one of these for a bit. I have no idea why it’s that exact size; it probably has something to do with a fraction of a standard size of sheep used for its skin in England or something stupid like that.
What 19th-century French civil engineer who specialized in hydraulics is one of the 72 names inscribed on the Eiffel Tower?
Jacques Antoine Charles Bresse. It’s the fifth from the left on the northwest side.
Why is there a picture of you sodomizing a wax figure of Tiger Woods on the last page of the book?
The Sean Connery figure was out for maintenance at the time.
I’ve been your pal forever and would really like a copy of this book for free. Can you give it to me?
If you drop me a line and tell me how you’ll help me sell copies to all your friends, sure.
Thanks for the support, and I hope you get a chance to read the book!