Giveway of my ebook ‘That Scoundrel Emile Dubois’


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I’m doing a giveaway of my ebook ‘That Scoundrel Émile Dubois’ on Amazon on 10, 11 and 12 January 2013 (not as if, not being caught in a time warp, I’d be likely to mean January 1913 lol).

Click here for the giveaway!

I do hope lots of people take  the opportunity to get a copy to read now, later, or during a wait while

a.   Awaiting public transport

b.   While waiting to see a doctor

c.   While waiting to be put through to a Call Centre’s customer services to complain about waiting to be put through to a Call Centre’s customer services…

d.    While waiting for Life to Get Easier.

e.  Waiting to Take Over the World

or

f.   Other (fill in as appropriate).

I hope that people find the combination of down to earth  late eighteenth century rascals and the over the top Gothic adventure incongruously entertaining as the eponymous Scoundrel and his villainous cohorts are drawn into a world of time warps and man vampires.

If it doesn’t make you smile at least once, I’ll eat my bootlaces (wonders if she can purchase a pair of those old fashioned liquorice ones).

I also did an interview with Justin Bienvenue on his website and he had to put up with a lot of joking but survived to publish it. Here’s the link to that excellent site and is that Gothic butler in the icon on his homepage ever grotesque, you can just picture his creaking voice…’Y-E-S, Sir – Shall-I- keep-them-forever- locked- in-cyber space now?’

Here’s the link to that excellent website: http://jbienvenue.webs.com/interviews.htm

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3 thoughts on “Giveway of my ebook ‘That Scoundrel Emile Dubois’

  1. Get yourself a copy, people. I’m in the midst of reading the novel at the moment and it is tremendous fun. I can personally attest to its power of generating synchronicity. The story features strange little flashes of light, and just yesterday, when swapping my old Mom’s books at the library, I noticed just such a flash in my peripheral vision. Turns out, a portly middle-aged fellow was taking a photo of the park beside the library building – but who uses a flash for a landscape shot in broad daylight? Very mysterious!

      1. I’m planning a garlic-heavy meal this evening and looking into wooden crosses! Also think I’ll put a few garlic bulbs in my pockets as per recommendations on the (always reliable) internet.

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