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We do not issue coupons very often. Once, or at the most, twice a year. Like our newsletter we want our coupons to actually mean something. I get newsletters from companies that have a sale or coupon every single week. Never liked that. Our prices without coupons offer big savings off the retail price.
That being said, we do issue coupons at times for conferences in addition to our regular coupons. If you are fortunate enough be at one of those conferences you’ll get a coupon code for 10% off, our standard discount for coupons. We do allow conference leaders and attendees to share those coupon codes. Who knows? You might come across one sometime.
If you have a large group of people you might consider bulk ordering our books for some really significant savings.
We used to. Our books are printed on demand by Amazon.com. Originally this was done through their company Createspace, but recently we had to move all our books to their other company Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP). After doing so we noticed that “Expedited” shipping was only a day or two faster than free shipping (10 – 12 days). With Createspace expedited shipping took about the half the time. That hardly seems worth it so currently we ONLY offer Free Shipping to the USA ONLY. We do ship to Canada now, but shipping is NOT FREE.
NO! We will not! In fact, you may wonder what happened to us. We send emails when there is really something to say. We send newsletters to announce new books, new retailers, significant news and coupons (we do coupons once, maybe twice a year). We like to keep things at a minimum so our newsletters have more meaning and allow you to dump all your spam emails without thinking about us in the same way.
I don’t know about you, but I have signed up for newsletters from companies I liked that started sending me daily emails. After a month or so, I opt out of their emails and forget about the company. We want to avoid that.
We’re a small operation here: The Almighty Author, The Son and myself, The Husband. And we want to keep it that way. Single book purchases are not cost effective for us. Not to mention, though I will, that we would not be able to offer free shipping on sales under our current minimum purchase total. Our books are all printed on demand and we drop ship everything, hence we don’t have a warehouse, a shipping facility or an overused coffee machine sitting in the non-existent lunchroom. For single book purchases the Rainbow Resource or Amazon.com are the best places to go.
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We typically drop ship any books ordered on ARTK12 through our printer (Kindle Direct Publishing, an Amazon Company). In rare cases we may ship books from our Arizona Warehouse (that would be our home office, only a few steps from the laundry room and a little farther to the fridge) if we have any on hand.