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Buy the Whiplash e-Book for Just $5.99

Whiplash (ebook)Alert! Tracey Farren‘s Sunday Times Fiction Prize-shortlisted novel, Whiplash, is now available for purchase as an e-book.

The e-dition was created by SA’s e-book leaders Electric Book Works/Mousehand. Initially, it will sell at the special price of $5.99 (about R45) -t his will eventually increase to $9.99 (about R85). The average price for the hard copy (softcover edition) in bookstores is R150.

Buying the e-book is easy: all you need is a credit card. Once you pay online securely via PayPal, you are given a download link; click it and soon the Whiplash pdf will reside on your computer, for reading either via Adobe Reader or Adobe Digital Editions.


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Recent comments:

  • Maire
    Maire
    July 14th, 2009 @10:16 #
     
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    Congrats again to Tracey and Modjaji - all this excitement the shortlisting too! Many thanks too to the incredible team over at Electric Book Works and Mousehand. (http://www.electricbookworks.com/)Everything happened with such lightning speed and efficiency - one minute it was a pdf file and a jpeg or two - the next thing you know Arthur and Silma wave a few wands and Whiplash goes live on line!

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  • <a href="http://www.modjajibooks.co.za" rel="nofollow">Colleen</a>
    Colleen
    July 14th, 2009 @14:33 #
     
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    Arthur, Silma and Maire - thanks so much for doing this. Modjaji Books is thrilled to be in the e-book market with Whiplash.

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  • <a href="http://traceyfarren.book.co.za" rel="nofollow">Tracey F</a>
    Tracey F
    July 15th, 2009 @05:30 #
     
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    Thanks Maire for the bright idea to approach Arthur and company and seeing it through. Electric Book Works/Mousehand for getting it together so fast. It's great to see how receptive this country is to digital media. It makes you realise that people's computers are as part of their daily lives as their belt or their shoes!

    It is also exciting to see how the culture of agency has taken off in S.A. Many of us have been desperate for someone to cover the commercial side of creative work. I, personally, am loving the luxury of working with someone as passionate and proactive as Maire. Thanks again!

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