I realize that a mere $18.78 (the current price of my book on Amazon.com) is nothing to somebody like you, and that if you had $18.78 in your hand you'd probably just throw it out in the street rather than take the time to put it away in your wallet or purse or wherever it is that you put money. I mean, at your billing rate it wouldn't be economical to spend more than 60 seconds thinking about what to do with $18.78. Better to just throw it out in the street and get on with your day. Maybe then it'll at least briefly disperse that cloud of disgusting street urchins who insist on constantly buzzing around during your morning constitutional. And what else are those coins good for, really? Yacht ballast?
But hey—everybody likes a contest.
If you are a member of Goodreads or are willing to sign up, you can go there and sign up to win a free signed copy of the book. (Or an unsigned copy, if you don't want to lower the value any further.) Three winners will be chosen at random by Goodreads after the signup period ends, which will happen, appropriately enough, on April 1. I will then send each winner a book (they don't have to share).
Don't miss this chance to win a copy of the book that author Cory Doctorow called "a genuinely funny and extremely weird tour through the world's dumbest rules," and that the Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice called "the most hilarious book we have ever forbidden the reading of."