Over on Achewood, Williams-Sonoma’s catalog is being rewritten—romance style. I wheezed at this one:
What’s the sound of a million Italian caper bowls gettin’ sold? The sound of this piece of paper, existing.
I live near a Williams-Sonoma, and the window adverts drive me batty: “Now that I’ve found love, what more do I need?”
“Oh, you absolutely need a $45 lemon zester, right, Hubby?”
[Thanks to Brandy for the link.]
And heads up Harlequin lovers with eReader devices (like Palm, Blackberry, or iPhone). I have news from HQN-HQ about a sale at eReader.com:
Harlequin ebook bundles for the iPhone, including a July 2009 Harlequin Presents bundle that normally sells for $30 (for eight July 09 novels) will be $9.95 on http://www.eReader.com through the week (till Sunday at least). The ebook bundles for Harlequin Blaze and Silhouette Desire, which are over $20, are also sale-priced for the week.
Even better: because of a new pricing policy for eBooks at eReader, all backlist Harlequin Presents, Blaze, and Desire bundles are $12.95.
It’s a terrific deal for Palm/Blackberry/iPhone readers who want to download vacation reading or complete their collections of these series.
Downside: the sale is only at this site and in this format, so all the usual caveats about eReader format would apply to anyone who hasn’t been through their purchase system before.
Start shopping here and click and load up.
Is that the new version of “lock and load?” Or, if you crack the DRM, “unlock and load?”