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Book Promotion: It’s a Family Affair

I’m going all out, over the next few months, building my email list ahead of my second book. I don’t promote freebies on here much, but thought the readers among you might find something in this general fiction promotion that my Taniel: A Corrangorachian Fantasy is in.

“It’s A Family Affair” celebrates Father’s Day, held third Sunday in June each year in USA, Canada, UK, France, India, China, Japan, Philippines and South Africa. (In Australia, it’s in September.)

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My story is a bit on the melodramatic side, well, maybe more than a bit, but hey, it has fans.

Despite the fantasy and magic, my underlying theme is family and all point-of-view characters have a some sort of relationship with the Taverner’s daughter. During the final rewrite, Taniel’s father ended up playing a far bigger role than I had anticipated, so Taniel slots in well with a Father’s Day theme.

There are over 50 books on offer, some might be samples,  delivered by BookFunnel, and since the promotion is aimed a list-building, you exchange your email address for the book/s of your choice. Of course, you can unsubscribe from author’s lists at any time.

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CLICK HERE to go to “It’s A Family Affair” Grab yourself a FREE read

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On of my favourite pictures of my dad, taken by me with a Box Brownie in the early 1970s.

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Some local scenery, behind town, taken a few days ago with my old Nokia Lumia 520 Windows Phone. It’s cold in southern Australia. Winter is well and truly here!

Thanks for looking.

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Other Stuff

Stormy skies & kanagaroos

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These pictures were taken back when I took the other kangaroo photos. There’s always one or two big ‘roos hanging about on their own. Keeping an eye on things, it seems.

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When we had that small one in our yard, I wondered what they eat when there isn’t much grass about. Apparently they eat dried grass. After all, I suppose it’s like hay, except still standing in the paddock. They don’t like really scratchy stalks though, it hurts their mouth. Also, one can buy kangaroo pellets from stock-feed stores to feed starving animals. Handy to know.

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Thanks for looking.

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Watchful Kangaroo

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