...right away I got an email about a promotional credit that says:
"Congratulations! You've earned a promotional credit equal to 40% of the purchase price of your recent Kindle book purchase. You can see your promo credit balance on any Kindle book product detail page or see your credit applied at checkout when buying a print book. The credit will automatically be applied towards your next digital or print book purchase."
Did they just give me a credit for 40% off of $0.00 or am I reading that wrong?
Young Woman in White (Date unknown) by Alfred Émile Léopold Stevens (1823-1906) [x]
I always have the intention of making these books last for awhile. It never seems to work out that way, though.
"Why couldn't they just give the human female a bag of money and then pee on the building so that everyone would know it was theirs?"
I legit laughed out loud. Oh, Simon...
Just finished the "In Death" novella, and I swear, it was less than 100 pages long, but it felt like a full length novel. She packed a lot of story in those few pages.
Thankfully the 'In Death' novella is the first one in the book, that way I can continue on with that series as I work my way through the other three stories in this collection.