Strands of Sorrow, Threads of Hope–Free all Weekend.

Final Cover  - Strands of Sorrow, Threads of Hope

My book of short stories, Strands of Sorrow, Threads of Hope, including some of my mom’s work as well, is available FREE for the next three days – Friday August 29th through Sunday August 31st on Amazon.

If simply FREE is not enough incentive to get you downloading – please read Roy McCarthy’s review of the work.

Excellent first collection of short stories, May 26, 2014

If FREE plus a thoughtfully, stellar review doesn’t cut it . . . hmmm . . . maybe short stories aren’t your thing. No worries. I write novels, too!

Please feel free to re-blog this post. After all, who doesn’t love a freebie?

Quick tweet (just paste and use – looks like it won’t fit – but it will):

Looking for a quick weekend read? Strands of Sorrow, Threads of Hope FREE #freebook Aug 28-31 – spread the word http://www.amazon.com/Strands-Sorrow-Threads-Hope-Stories-ebook/dp/B00KJJEP6M/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1400959180&sr=1-1&keywords=Strands+of+Sorrow%2C+Threads+of+Hope

Have a safe and wonderful Labour Day long weekend, everyone.

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8 comments on “Strands of Sorrow, Threads of Hope–Free all Weekend.

  1. I just downloaded it and look forward to a good read!

  2. Congratulations on the release of your book, I look forward to reading it 🙂

  3. Reblogged this on disappearinginplainsight and commented:

    Hoping to push this up the line a wee bit with a reblog – Sale ends Sunday, August 31st.

  4. Hi Francs, thanks for sharing your book of short stories with us. I really enjoyed the collection of work and it’s really special to include some of your mother’s stories. My favourite quote was from the last story “She watched as early December slipped by like sodden leaves falling battered to the dark earth.” Beautiful! I’ll be adding a review to Amazon too.

    • I’m so glad you enjoyed the book and I look forward to reading your review. I’m currently working on a full-scale, unfinished manuscript for a novel that my mom wrote and reconnecting with her through her writing is something so special.

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