My Quirk book's on sale for Constitution Day

Today, September 17th, is Constitution Day in the United States. It’s not nearly as well celebrated as Fourth of July, but it’s arguably more significant. Two hundred and twenty-eight years ago, 39 men in Philadelphia signed the document that would soon become the U.S. Constitution. You can take a fun quiz here at the Washington Post to refresh your memory on those events.

My publisher, Quirk Books, is running a sale on my book about that event. Right now the e-book version of Signing Their Rights Away is under $4 across all platforms—Amazon, B&N, Apple, and Kobo. (Predictably, Amazon is the cheapest last time I checked: $3.01.)

Of all the books I’ve done with Quirk, Rights is my favorite. It’s the best written, the best designed, and the best illustrated. I had a lot of fun writing it. I don’t know how long the sale is running, but definitely check it out if you’re at all interested.