YouTube Bandit and Online ebook Pirate
Find out what all the fuss is about this Saturday, March 02, at the Ybor City Market in Ybor. John David will be showcasing and signing his top-selling books Ten Questions - The Insider's Guide to Saving Money on Auto Insurance, and Pwning N00bs. Stop by the Market between 9 AM and 3 PM every Saturday throughout the month of March, say hello, and get your paperback copy signed by the author.
Mention this press release and say "Sharing isn't Stealing," and you will receive a free ebook version of the book, with your purchase of the paperback.
The information contained in Ten Questions is so valuable that a video displaying pirated information from it has been viewed over 6300 times on YouTube. People have been talking about the book and the "insider's secrets" it reveals for some time now, but only recently have begun to actually steal it for you.
You can view the "legitimate"
But why steal something that you can legitimately buy for less than $10, in paperback and all ebook formats, including iBook, Kindle, Kobo, and Nook? Why risk fines and imprisonment when you can buy the audiobook for less than $7?
The information in Ten Questions is so valuable that insurance companies definitely do not want you to see it, in any version, pirated or not. They know that knowledge gives you power, and can save you hundreds or thousands of dollars, because the more you know about the car insurance rating and discounting process, the less you will pay.
Find out more about the "real" insider's guide to insurance discounts at:
Get the answers to the Ten Questions today, and get a better car insurance policy for less money, tomorrow.