For the first time ever, the paperback edition of Lessons Learned From The Path Less Traveled is on sale. As of this post, it’s priced 16 cents more than the lowest price Amazon will allow. Which is to say, grab it at this price while you can — without regret — because:
This is likely the cheapest you will ever be able to get the paperback edition of my book — at least from Amazon.
And it’s not available anywhere else. So be sure to plan ahead for the upcoming holidays.
The digital edition is also on sale for $4.99 (retail $9.99), but if you buy the paperback, you can get a digital copy for only $1.99.
Regardless of which version you buy, I make less than $2 on the sale. And in some cases – such as international sales – pennies. So if you believe in what I do & wish to help support my efforts, please consider telling others about this sale & gifting the book to people you care about.
And if you like my book, a review on Amazon would be very much appreciated. Thank you.
- If you bought the paperback, go here to leave a review.
- If you bought the ebook, go here to leave a review.
IN OTHER NEWS (MY US TOUR)
I began my tour across the United States in late August. Pictures of my travels can be found on my personal Instagram. Also, after many years of wanting to, I started vlogging — evidence of this can be found on my Instagram via IGTV, but also on my ZDXP YouTube channel.
I’m reserving my primary channel for more refined — one might say, more serious — work. Still, it won’t hurt if you follow either of them.
WHAT I’M DOING HAS A NAME
It’s called The Lessons Learned From The Path Less Traveled Project.
For those who don’t know, I’m currently touring the USA with the purpose of interviewing interesting, inspiring & resilient people who’ve chosen unconventional paths, experienced uncommon things, or who have been subject to difficult or unusual conditions or circumstances on their journey.
These interviews will be released as a video documentary series and supplemented with an audio podcast. I’ve already met with a couple of people — with many more lined up — and have content in the works for both. The first podcast should be released within the next couple of weeks (or sooner) and will be followed up by the first video documentary.
You can read more about my project at FTPLT.com — and if you know someone who might like to be a documentary subject or podcast guest, have them apply by following the “apply here” links on the site.
For my current location — including a nifty map of the stops I’ve made — and status, visit the current status page.
That’s it for now. Thanks for reading and thank you for your support! I hope my note finds you having a fantastic day.