"Ask Vance - Book Two" Is Now Available in a Kindle Edition. Just Visit Amazon and Download Yours Today

I know just how you feel: It's so tiresome to have your chauffeur drive you to an actual bookstore to purchase a book. You have to walk through the store, stand in line at the register with "regular" folks, and even speak with a common clerk. Then there's that awkward exchange of money or credit cards — it's just not done in polite society.

And ordering one online means you have to drag that heavy mouse around on your desk, maybe click a few keys or swipe a greasy finger across your iPad, and then wait for days for the book to arrive in the mail. The whole process just seems ... archaic

And THEN, when the actual book arrives, oh it's such a chore to turn those heavy pages. There's really no telling how many carpal-tunnel sufferers would be leading happy, productive lives today if they hadn't ordered either of my two Ask Vance books.

Well, now there's a solution. We are offering a Kindle version of Ask Vance - Book Two. Just go to Amazon, and for the amazingly low price of just $9.99, you can have the complete electronic version of the same book — complete with all photos and illustrations — that thousands and thousands of Memphians are already reading.

We did this for you, dear readers, so go here to purchase your copy.  You'll have the complete book downloaded to your Kindle in less than a minute. Isn't that amazing? (Sorry, but only Book Two is available in the electronic version. We can only do so much.)

Remember: If you so desire, you can still order the regular softcover"book" version directly from us. Just call 901-521-9000, ext. 470. If you want, I'll even inscribe it at no extra charge — even though you and I both know that my scribbled signature adds incredible value to the book.

Sorry, I won't be able to autograph or inscribe your Kindle versions. That is a downside to this, I admit.

And by the time you read this, we'll also have a Nook version available from Barnes and Noble, so you can take your pick. More about that later.

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Famed Memphis trivia expert Vance Lauderdale answers reader questions weekly here on his blog!

About This Blog

Ask Vance is the blog of Vance Lauderdale, the award-winning columnist of Memphis magazine and Inside Memphis Business. Vance is the author of three books: Ask Vance: The Best Questions and Answers from Memphis Magazine's History and Trivia Expert (2003), as well as Ask Vance: More Questions and Answers from Memphis Magazine's History Expert (2011) and Vance Lauderdale's Lost Memphis (2013). He is also the recipient of quite a few nice awards, the creator of several eye-catching wall calendars, and the only person we know with a vintage shock-treatment machine in his den. 

You can find him from time to time in the pages of the Memphis Flyer and MBQ, on WKNO television, and on Facebook. When he is not exploring the highways and byways of Memphis, he spends his time sleeping, napping, and dozing.

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