The Angels of Abbey Creek FREE on Kindle
Have you read my children's novel The Angels of Abbey Creek? If you haven't, would you like to? For free?
The Kindle version will be available for free on Amazon for three days starting on Friday 5th February and ending on Sunday 7th February.
This free offer begins approximately at midnight Standard Pacific Time. I just did some Googling and found out that NSW Australia (where I live) is 19 hours ahead of Pacific Time. It'll be 7 pm on Friday before Australians will be able to download a free copy of my book. (If I have done the maths correctly!)
I love sharing my stories so I hope you'll take advantage of this offer. Perhaps you can share this news with your friends. And if you enjoy my novel, please let me know!
The above photo is of my youngest daughter, Gemma-Rose. Of course, she's holding a copy of The Angels of Abbey Creek. Gemma-Rose took my book down to the bush. Her sister Sophie went with her. Sophie, who is passionate about photography, took her camera and then captured this photo (and lots of others.) I'll show you more of them another day!
PS If you'd like a free copy of the Angels of Abbey Creek paper dolls to go with your book, please email me.
Please come in. Take a look around. There’s not a great deal to see at the moment but that will change. Oh yes, I have big plans. I’m going to fill this blog with lots of things I hope children will like.
I want to share my stories: some excerpts, some complete ones, even some in the process of being written. And I have lots of associated things I want to post about too.
I'd like to tell you about the things I mention in my stories such as lorikeets and kookaburras, First Holy Communion dresses and Mother's Day flowers, our beautiful Australian bush and perfect beach holidays.
By doing this, I'll be sharing the world of my fictional characters. It's a lot like my world so I'll be telling some family stories along the way!
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