NOTE these dates down, quick. Grab a pen/phone/or scrawl on your wall if you will. 🙂
On OCTOBER 13th and 14th (Pacific Standard time), In Strange Company, the gorgeous little story of Clare Peterson and her adventures with three handsome young men, is about to go on its last ever FREE promotion on Amazon.com! Yay!
Since Amazon is adamant on giving me 5 whole days, and I am adamant on using all those 5 days, I think we’ve struck a good deal, don’t you? 🙂
I don’t know if many of you know, but I am travelling to Nepal, and then India (first time ever) on the night of the 15th here in Aus, which means the promotion will be half way through and still running as I take to the air. So against my very obsessive compulsive nature, I will leave the fate of the book entirely up to you all. I dare say, I may not have the time nor the means to keep checking WordPress/Kindle, so will be slightly holding my breath till I get back home. That’s three whole weeks of not knowing what has happened! (Breathes)
It also coincides with our biggest festival in Nepal, so I thought, why not give it a nice send off from its exclusive nature on Amazon. For when I get back, I am going to spread the love and upload it to other platforms.
Why am I telling you all about this promotion so early? Well, a wonderful fellow writer/blogger at, the parasite guy, suggested that I announce the next promotion a few days ahead of time and keep reminding you and give you a moment to spread the message of a ‘free book’ until the promotion starts and ends.
Here’s hoping for a viral post. Lol. (Really!)
Also, before I move on to another post, and uni assignment, I’d like to thank all who have supported me and gotten yourself a copy in the previous promotions. Also, a great big thank you to The Parasite Guy and my friend at Kaufman’s Kavalkade for helping me spread the word of ‘free book’ wit the previous campaigns.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR ALL THE SUPPORT!
(PS: I was hoping to release a collection of poems, Prickly Humans: Poetry look into emotions, before my trip, but I think I’m cutting too close. So instead, I leave you with a sneak peek at what the cover may be… still being tweaked!)