I think it's probably a good sign that people are calling me up from all over the place to tell me: "Amazon isn't letting me review your book, even though I just bought it!"
"Amazon is saying that they have no idea when they're going to deliver your book to me, and that's a bit off-putting."
I've emailed Amazon to check what on earth is going on, but in the meantime I already know: miniot. Miniot is a Hebrew word that means 'obstacles', and dear reader if I told you about all the myriad ways getting this book out has been fraught with difficulties you'd probably get bored and fall off your chair around page 3,689 of the big list of problems and issues I've had.
So this is just the latest in a long, long line of miniot, and I thank you for your time and patience while I do my best to sort them out (mostly, by running off and praying by some dead holy people, as that usually gets a faster response than anything more 'standard' you might think to try, like emailing the Amazon helpdesk, for example.)
But I'm not giving up! (At least, not this week. I have to admit that last week, I did give up a bit because I'm only human, and having a sales ranking of 2 million + after all that effort is a little bit demoralising.)
And to help things along, I've decided to try a different tactic: If the miniot are making it hard for me to actually sell the book, I'm going to try and get around that problem by letting you have two different ways of getting a copy of Talk to God and Fix Your Life for FREE:
Way 1: Between February 17 - 18, you can download the Kindle version of the book (worth $9.99) FOR FREE, by clicking HERE (takes you through to Amazon page for the book).
Way 2: Click on the button below to enter the Goodreads Giveaway and win a FREE paperback version of the book (worth $19.99).
I don't mind giving this stuff away for free, because I know how good it is, and how much it's really going to change your life for the better, and I can't think of a better way of proving that than letting you read it for yourself, with no strings attached.
Take that, miniot...