For many (though not all) of my e-books, I have the option to put them on sale for seven days, several times a year. One of those weeks is starting today, June 4, 2016, I think at 8 a.m. (If you are reading this after June 11, 2016, this particular sale is over but the regular prices of all of these books are still affordable.)
These are Kindle Countdown Sales (though you should be able to read the books on any device, not just a Kindle). The way they work is that the prices of the books are at their very lowest (99 cents) on the first day, then gradually increase over the course of the week to their usual list price. The sale is ongoing at both the US and the UK Amazon sites.
I can only make these books available for Kindle countdown sales if I list them exclusively with Amazon. I’m thinking of making these books available from other sources, such as Apple, Kobo, and Google Play, if I can figure out how to make that happen. If I do place my books at these other places in addition to Amazon, and keep them there, this will be the last of my Kindle Countdown Sales.
Below are the books included in the Kindle countdown sale. Only the ebook versions, not print versions, are included. If you prefer the printed paperback copies, they are reasonably priced. Also, these are all the English-language versions of my books. For many translations into other languages, click here. Most of those books will be on sale for a week starting on June 8, 2016.
All of the books listed below are included in the Kindle lending library, so if you belong to that program, you can always access them that way.
If you want to see the covers of these and all of my other books, click here.
BOOKS ON SINGLE LIFE (included in the Kindle countdown sale)
The Science of Marriage: What We Know That Just Isn’t So (includes just one key chapter – out of 41 – from Marriage vs. Single Life, plus an introduction)
BOOKS ON DECEIVING AND DETECTING DECEIT (included in the Kindle countdown sale)
The Lies We Tell and the Clues We Miss: Professional Papers
Is Anyone Really Good at Detecting Lies? Professional Papers