No money-back guarantee:
Publishing is a tricky business. Here’s a graphic example of the results:

Now, the check is for books sold in the last 6 months. Or thereabouts. See the column to the right? Has a half-dozen books listed, on Amazon? Buy one. Or not. Better yet, try here:

As one accountant once said, “I think I’d like to write a book,” then he saw my earnings, “okay, maybe not.”

Six Dollar Ads:
What can be had for 6 dollars, or even less?

All Shirts $6 or 10 for $50

Better yet? More than 30% price reduction? Click here.

Hint: fun internet marketing tricks.

There’s always a full month’s subscription to the horoscopes, too.

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It’s a chair, upturned, on the sidewalk, not such an odd image, from a weekend stroll. Much earlier, different portion of sidewalk, maybe a different year entirely, I came across abandoned office furniture in a sad state of repair, and some thoughtful soul arranged the leftover office detritus in semblance of order.

Order to a chaotic mind, I’m sure.

About the author: Born and raised in East Texas, Kramer Wetzel, settled in a South Austin trailer park before trailer parks were cool. He now lives in San Antonio, Texas.

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  • Sarah Feb 9, 2010 @ 16:29

    I bought a bunch of 6-dollar shirts (since I live in tee shirts) by clicking through the ad in Xenon. Do you get a little bit from them, too?

  • El Muchacho Alegre Feb 9, 2010 @ 22:38

    Yes, ads like that pay a small percentage, it’s like Amazon, commission on sales that clear, usually quarterly…

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