SHHHH…. Super secret news for fans only.

Earlier this week I announced the upcoming arrival of ‘Golf Balls, Eight Year Olds & Double Paned WIndows,’ my blog eBook on stories about my life as a single mother. Guess what?

It’s published NOW!

The chapters are cleaned up versions of past blog entries over at winecountrymom.com, the blog I keep that tells stories of my family’s adventures – from single-parent to blended family household. This book begins that adventure, and will be part of a series of books that collect these stories. And all of the stories in this book are now hidden in the blog, so the only way you can read them is through this eBook.

But that’s not my super secret news. The bigger news is that I don’t want you to buy it today.

I know, I know. I’ve gone all loony or something. But I actually want you to buy it on MONDAY. Why? Because Monday, it will be FREE!

So why am I doing this? Because I love you. And because many of you have stood behind me from my very first blog post, cheering me on even when I totally revealed all the contents of my heart and every single triumph and mistake I’ve made along the way. As a thank you, I do not want you to have to pay for this book. I want to give it to you as a gift.

I know there are a few of you who will still take issue with this, unable to accept something I’ve poured my heart into for free. But there are plenty of ways you can reciprocate the love without actually having to pay for the book.

For example, I’ll accept the following:

– Coffee gift cards
– CHOCOLATE
– Cupcakes (thanks Anastasia!)
– Leather bound journals
– Beautiful gel ink pens
– A new Mac Air Pro computer with all the bells and whistles
– iTunes gift card
– A pony

Or, my very favorite way you can say thank you:

Leave a review on Amazon, and maybe even Goodreads, too.

Amazon: amzn.to/13imM4s
Goodreads: bit.ly/12QXewa

And if you really love it, you can also share the news with your friends.

Of course, if you’re hell bent on paying $2.99 for this eBook, you have until midnight Sunday night, or you can just wait until Tuesday.

But for the rest of you, DOWNLOAD ‘GOLF BALLS, EIGHT YEAR OLDS & DUAL PANED WINDOWS’ FOR FREE, MONDAY JULY 29.

And then let me know what you think!

xoxo

P.S. this post has changed to reflect a new date. Seems I am a dufus about using a calendar. The promotion was originally supposed to take place on Sunday, but is now taking place on Monday, July 29.

7 thoughts on “SHHHH…. Super secret news for fans only.”

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  3. Richard Stephens – Windham, Maine – Richard grew up in sunny Southern California and now calls rural Maine home. He is an avid sailor, terrible hockey player, picks guitar, and is the voice of Coastal Roots Radio featuring 5 O’clock Blues & Country Roots. When not at his desk, you can often find him hosting a local live music show somewhere in New England. Richard shares his home in beautiful Gray, Maine, with his wife, parents, and three black cats. When not writing you can find him reading, sailing, or hiking; depending on the fickle Maine weather. As they say in Maine ~ If you can’t take Wintah, you don’t deserve the Summah…

    Looks like fun, can’t wait to read it. But I guess I’ll have to buy it on Amazon since I’m fresh out of Mac Air Pro’s and pony’s. (I’m sure it’s worth more than a cupcake or a cup of coffee)
    Have fun!
    Richard & Salty Tails

    1. Crissi Langwell – Crissi Langwell writes romance, women's fiction, young adult novels, and more. Her passion is the story of the underdog, and her stories include ones of determined heroines, family issues, free spirits and more. Beyond writing, Crissi is an avid bookworm, loves to meditate, and has tiny muscles from weight lifting. You have to look closely. She pulls her inspiration from the ocean, and breathes freely among redwoods. Crissi and her husband are both Northern California authors with day jobs. Currently they are kicking their kids out the nest (2 down, 1 to go!), and can't help spoiling their beautiful, bratty Maine Coon cat.

      Or you can just download it for free and then leave me a review when you’re done reading. That’s worth way more than a pony any day. 😀

      1. Richard Stephens – Windham, Maine – Richard grew up in sunny Southern California and now calls rural Maine home. He is an avid sailor, terrible hockey player, picks guitar, and is the voice of Coastal Roots Radio featuring 5 O’clock Blues & Country Roots. When not at his desk, you can often find him hosting a local live music show somewhere in New England. Richard shares his home in beautiful Gray, Maine, with his wife, parents, and three black cats. When not writing you can find him reading, sailing, or hiking; depending on the fickle Maine weather. As they say in Maine ~ If you can’t take Wintah, you don’t deserve the Summah…

        I don’t know, sounds way to easy to me.
        Must be a guy thing.
        Salty seems to think anything is good if it’s free, so I guess well give it a try.

      2. Crissi Langwell – Crissi Langwell writes romance, women's fiction, young adult novels, and more. Her passion is the story of the underdog, and her stories include ones of determined heroines, family issues, free spirits and more. Beyond writing, Crissi is an avid bookworm, loves to meditate, and has tiny muscles from weight lifting. You have to look closely. She pulls her inspiration from the ocean, and breathes freely among redwoods. Crissi and her husband are both Northern California authors with day jobs. Currently they are kicking their kids out the nest (2 down, 1 to go!), and can't help spoiling their beautiful, bratty Maine Coon cat.

        I like the way Salty thinks. 🙂

      3. Richard Stephens – Windham, Maine – Richard grew up in sunny Southern California and now calls rural Maine home. He is an avid sailor, terrible hockey player, picks guitar, and is the voice of Coastal Roots Radio featuring 5 O’clock Blues & Country Roots. When not at his desk, you can often find him hosting a local live music show somewhere in New England. Richard shares his home in beautiful Gray, Maine, with his wife, parents, and three black cats. When not writing you can find him reading, sailing, or hiking; depending on the fickle Maine weather. As they say in Maine ~ If you can’t take Wintah, you don’t deserve the Summah…

        So does he.

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