Thanks SO much for all the uplifting words of support and encouragement shared today after I successfully defended my dissertation for my PhD! There were so many kind comments shared I can’t reply individually to all of you tonight. It was an overwhelming response, and I am filled with thankfulness for the support of many on this long journey.

I’ve been looking for a significant day or reason to offer a 50% discount on my eBook, “Playing with Media: simple ideas for powerful sharing,” and today’s events are the best reason for personal celebration I’ve encountered in many moons. So… please share this far and wide, anyone worldwide can purchase any of the three versions of my eBook from now through midnight EST Sunday, November 29th at a 50% discount! This means the enhanced/multimedia EPUB for iPad is $7.50 instead of $14.99, and the “standard” EPUB version along with the Kindle version is $5.00 instead of $9.99. Use the “ADD TO CART” buttons on my eBooks page and the following discount code:

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These links are available on both wfryer.wpengine.com/ebooks and playingwithmedia.com/pages/about. Tutorials and links about transferring the eBook to different kinds of eReaders (including iPads) are available on wfryer.wpengine.com/ebooks/help.

Also remember to share examples of student media work on share.playingwithmedia.com. This month (November 2011) I’ll be giving away another iRig microphone (courtesy of IK Multimedia) in a drawing as I did in September to Michigan educator Brad Wilson. All you have to do to enter the drawing is share ONE example of student media (with student and parent permission, of course) using the contribute form on share.playingwithmedia.com/contribute.

Rachel is excited about the paperback version of Playing with Media!

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