Kobo’s $2.99 Event

Happy summer reading! Kobo is having a Science Fiction & Fantasy sale and all titles participating in the event are just $2.99, making it a great time to stock up for some summer reading.

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Even better, Hell to Pay is one of the titles included in the sale, so if you haven’t had a chance to read Harry’s most recent adventure, now is a great time to do it.  Sale runs from August 1st to the 14th and is valid in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the U.S., and the U.K.

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Odds and Ends

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Yay! It’s almost summer.  For some, that means time to slow down and relax, others, it might mean things are just ramping up to get busy. For me, it means cottage season. The cottage on Lake Winnipeg is my favourite place to relax. We have limited access to the internet out there, so I may not post very often, but don’t worry, I’m still hard at work writing book 5 in Harry’s adventures.

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Summer is also a great time to read, so in honour of that, I decided to lower the price of Harry’s second book, Tooth and Claw.  If you started reading Harry’s adventures in Dead and Kicking and just haven’t had a chance to get to the next book, now’s a great time to take advantage of the new low price.

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I’d also like to congratulate Tina C. who won the latest gift card draw. Tina was randomly selected from all the names on my mailing list and has been sent a $25 gift card just for signing up.  Remember, I will make another draw the next time I get one hundred more signups, and once you’re signed up you are automatically entered in the draw every time. If you haven’t joined the list, you can still do so by clicking Yes! SIGN ME UP back on my home page.

Tsundoku

No, you don’t have to say “Bless you” or “Gesundheit!” I didn’t just sneeze. I’m not sick. I’m just a book-a-holic, or as I prefer, a bibliophile. Turns out the Japanese, being the civilized people that they are, actually have a word for it: Tsundoku, the act of stockpiling more books than can be consumed. Read the full article here.

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