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Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Summer #Sale – #Free Books – Olga Nunez Miret, Paul Andruss and Sally Cronin

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Welcome to the second of the Summer Sale posts where authors in the bookstore are offering their books FREE. That would include one of my books which I have put in the sale too.

N.B: There are still three places left for Saturday 21st Summer Sale for books that are currently FREE on Amazon or Smashwords. If you are in the cafe and bookstore and would like to feature one of your books please email me the link. sally.cronin@moyhill.com

There is no pressure but it would be amazing if you could see your way to reviewing the books that you download, and if you don’t have an account on Amazon, popping it on Goodreads.

But first Olga Nunez Miret is offering her novella Escaping Psychiatry: Beginnings FREE this month.  It is timely as Olga is currently finalising the English version of the next book in the series Escaping Psychiatry…

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Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Summer #Sale – #FREE Books #Adventure #Children’s #Memoir – Mary Smith, Annabelle Franklin, Jemima Pett and Chuck Jackson

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Welcome to the Summer Sale in the Cafe and Bookstore and today it is the turn of the FREE books currently available either on Amazon or Smashwords.

Whilst there is no pressure to review books that you download especially when they are free, I hope that you will enjoy all the selection today and share that with others. Thanks Sally

The first author who would love you to download and read one of her books is Mary Smith with No More Mulberries… I loved this book and can highly recommend it.  There are an impressive number of excellent reviews for the book which continues to delight readers. It is FREE from 14th to 18th inclusive.

About the book

No More Mulberries is a story of commitment and divided loyalties, of love and loss, set against a country struggling through transition.

British-born Miriam’s marriage to her Afghan doctor husband is…

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Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Summer #Sale – Phase Two – #Free Books in July

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Now that the posts for the books that are reduced in price are nearly full… it is time to set up some posts for those of you who have FREE books during July. Personally I prefer to encourage sales of books rather than giving them away. But, it does help generate some reviews, and it can act as a promotion for a new book that is coming soon.

It also is a way to reactivate older books that might now be overlooked and if you can get even one or two new reviews it does help revive interest in them and your other books.

That being said.. I am an indie author so am not part of the various programmes on Amazon.. but one of my books will be FREE from this Saturday for a week… you will need to email me to let me know if you would like…

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Book Promo – ‘My Vibrating Vertebrae’ – by Agnes Mae Graham…

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In remembrance of my Mum on her birthday.

16 Verified Purchase 5 Star reviews for My Vibrating Verebrae:

These are stories or narrative poetry centered in Ireland written metrically with rhyme. The language flows well. Even when the stories seem dark the author’s heart shines through to light the way. For example, in “Ulster’s Shame”, a dark narrative with “blood stained footpaths and bullet spattered walls” we are not left with “screams” and “terror” but a resolution: “What matters is the depth of God’s sighs.”

She describes the people around her with kind brevity. The ending of “The Brownie Pack” states her love and humbly leaves it to God whether it is returned.

She describes the joyful and sorrowful mysteries of life. In “Tender to Touch” an old man buys a medicine from her. In his confusion he rubs it on his pained stomach rather than drinking it. Nonetheless, he’s…

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