Buy Shoes on Wednesday and Tweet at 4:00: More of the Best Times to Buy This, Do That and Go There

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HarperCollins, Sep 11, 2012 - Reference - 240 pages
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Are you thinking that you might have gotten a better deal on a purchase if only you'd known the right moment to buy? Do you wonder if your workout would be more effective at another time of day? Have you worried that your tropical vacation plans might land you on an island paradise just in time for monsoon season?

Mark Di Vincenzo's eye-opening, phenomenally useful New York Times bestseller, Buy Ketchup in May and Fly at Noon, captured the attention of consumers across the country—and saved readers time, money and trouble. Now he's back with hundreds of brand-new timing tips! Do you know:

(1) The best month to buy a cell phone?
(2) The best day of the week to take your car in for repairs?
(3) The best week of the year to visit Mexico City?
(4) The best time to confront someone who "unfriended" you on Facebook?

Get more for your money, maximize your time, take better care of your health and be savvier about your career—simply by changing the time you do certain things. Timing truly is everything!

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Saw first book on eReaderIQ newsletter 2/25/15 - sounds interesting. Read full review

About the author (2012)

As a journalist with nearly a quarter century of experience, Mark Di Vincenzo made a name for himself as a reporter who exposed abuses and as a writer who made the complicated seem simple. He won numerous awards before becoming an editor.

During the summer of 2007, he left daily journalism to pursue book projects and to start Business Writers Group, a writing and public relations company. In 2009, Harper-Collins published his first book, Buy Ketchup in May and Fly At Noon: A Guide to the Best Time to Buy This, Do That and Go There, a New York Times bestseller.

Born and reared in Cleveland, he lives in the shipyard town of Newport News, Virginia—two blocks from William Styron’s childhood home—with his wife and two daughters. A third daughter attends the University of Oklahoma.

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