Saturday, October 31, 2009

Your chance to own a piece of Australia's literary history

Back in July, Australian fame-seeker, fantasist and man-of-a-million-names Darryl Mason gloated about the massive value of his work:

“I had no idea a novel I exhaled in less than a week back in 1996 was now worth so much on Amazon.”

Someone was trying to sell middle-aged hippy Mason’s dashed-off novel for $127.06. No takers so far.

No takers here, either, where Mason’s book is available for just … $1.50.

The global financial crisis is hitting some people harder than others.

Update: Save that $1.50 (plus p&h) by reading Darryl's novel for free.


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