Amazon, just a few days ago, dropped down and matched B&N's price of $14.67 and within the blink of an eye ... B&N went even lower as to send a message to all book sellers (big and small) that it will be a forced to be reckoned with for this inspiring non-fiction treasure chest.
"Wow! I never thought that I would see the day that B&N or any seller that would sell my book for less than the retail price of $20.00. Man ... this is so exciting and wonderful because soooooo many more readers will be able to enjoy this one of a kind gem. I really do love this book! And, although I love all of my books, plays, films, tv pilots, poems .... this book is so special and I am so happy to see the price down so low. What good is a book if no one can afford it?"
This book has recieved very little publicity but "word of mouth" is getting around and the book is picking up a lot of steam.
For law schools, colleges, universities, there may not be a better book on this planet with respect to studying and discussing, ethics, due process of the law, judicial misconduct, legal malpractice, copyright, and many many more aspects of law and government. This book pulls no punches, it is in your face, very funny, and yet one of the most honest, and entertaining books ever written about the American Judicial System and the Hollywood Movie Industry's preferrential treatment through the eyes of an ordinary everyday citizen.
Book Clubs and Law Clubs from every corner of the globe should be lining up to read this book and hold a book discussion with the author; especially at this basement bargin price.
As an artist, writer, painter, song writer .... this book is a must read. If an artist's work is worth creating ... then it is worth protecting and no other book can demonstrate the trials and tribulations that an Independent Artist will face in a court of law to protect their work in a copyright theft action. This being said, it is better to be aware beforehand than to be caught off guard and behind the eight ball.
Not since the slave Dread Scott (who in 1857 sued for his freedom all the way to the Supreme Court of the United States) has an African American stood up to the American Court System to defend his rights as this author has, and "Why I Sued Eddie Murphy" takes the reader along step by step as if you were walking right along next to him ... every step of the way. What a wonderful book and and true American "David and Golaith" story!
Now that Barnes and Noble is offering the hard cover for $14.00 and $8.99 on the Nook Book, both versions can be purchased for a bit more than the actual retail price of $20.00. Now is the chance for those ebook lovers to get their copy and put a hard cover copy as a "stocking stuffer", birthday gift, or simply a "great read" in the hands of that special person in their lives.
Amazon and Barnes and Nobles have been volleying back and forth over the price of this book. If the trend is true to form ... look for Amazon to match B&N in a few days. A few weeks ago, the author's books were soaring up the ranks on Amazon but that has changed since Barnes and Noble began selling the Hard Cover.
"Although $9 to $12 is seemingly a very cheap price for this magnificent book, we must not lose sight of the fact that there are still readers who are financially challanged even if the book was only $5. Any reader who wants to read this book should have the opportunity and this is where our libraries throughout this nation can fill that void. For those who would like to read this book and simply cannot afford it ... contact your local library or the American Library Association."
Stay tuned ... this hard cover book may one day drop down and match "Fifty Shades of Grey's" paperback price of $9.99.
See the awesome book trailer of "Why I Sued Eddie Murphy here. http://www.youtube.com/
You can preview the "Introduction To All 18 Chapters" on the author's website. http://www.poorpennyproductions.com/
Learn more about Gregory L Hudson on his website.