Dispatch from Disneyland – Save 50% Through End of March

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I’m pleased and honored to report that more excellent reviews of “Dispatch from Disneyland: Stories and Essays from the Happiest Place on Earth” have been received. Kyle at Laughing Place and Trevor at Flickering Myth each gave it two thumbs up. Kyle does a great job breaking down what you can expect to find in each of the book’s three sections. Trevor examines how the book fits in with Disney’s love of Americana.

Add “Dispatch from Disneyland” to your shelf today. Find a print or kindle edition on Amazon or download a special edition eBook, with more photos and a bonus essay, which you can upload to almost any device to read at your leisure this weekend.

Through the end of March, Facebook fans of The Disney Blog can save 50% off Dispatch From Disneyland special edition eBook via this Facebook offer.

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2 Responses to Dispatch from Disneyland – Save 50% Through End of March

  1. Disney Mike says:

    It’s a really bad idea to have this “story” at the top of the blog every day. I’ve come here a couple of times in the past week or so, only to see this Dispatch thing at the top of the blog and assume that there were no new articles to read, so I’ve just left.

    I finally realized today that the actual blog articles are continuing underneath this Dispatch thing. My guess is that I’m not the only one, and that there are others who are thinking the same thing — that the blog just isn’t being updated.

    • John Frost says:

      Thank you for the feedback. It’s called pinning a post. The color is changed to indicate that it’s stuck to the top. About 40% of visitors to The Disney Blog are ‘new’ each day, at least according to Google Analytics. Therefore, I do occasionally stick important posts to the front page to make sure all visitors get a chance to see them.

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