PayPal Created For Ordering "The Monster Movie Fan's Guide To Japan"

by Armand Vaquer




Several people wanting to take advantage of the pre-vacation season sale of The Monster Movie Fan's Guide To Japan (at a 20% discount) have asked if they can order via PayPal. Up to now, the answer was no.

However, to make it easier for them, I have set up a PayPal account with a "magic button" that requires only a click.

The sale is through June 16, so there's plenty of time (and plenty of copies available). The total price of The Monster Movie Fan's Guide To Japan with the discount is $12.00 (saving you $3.00 off the cover price). Shipping & handling is $2.00. The grand total: $14.00.

So, to order via PayPal just click this button (simple, eh?):

Sale over.

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