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Cinco de Mayo Book Bonanza

Do I have a treat for you today! TWELVE FREE BOOKS! Yep! That’s right. Not only can you get my own humble offering if you haven’t already, La Yacata Revolution: How NOT to Buy a Piece of Heaven in Mexico, but 11 other great reads! 

I’m never one to say no to some free books! What are you waiting for???

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International Book Giving Day

Today is International Book Giving Day. Of course, the idea is to get books into the hands of children, but who says adults must be left out of the literary fun! 

So I’m giving away the ebook version of A Woman’s Survival Guide to Holidays in Mexico to anyone who wants it. You can just head to Amazon and pick it up! I’d be so grateful if you would leave a review on Amazon or Goodreads if you’ve already read the book. 

Take the time to enjoy a good book today!

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Read an E-Book Week March 3-9

March 3-9 is Read an ebook week! If this takes you totally by surprise, don’t worry, this is the first I’d heard of this too even though it started way back in 2007.

So the idea is to well, READ an E-book this week. That’s not a hardship in my case. I love books. And since moving to Mexico, I love e-books. I’ve even written a few myself, I’ve come to love them that much.

In honor of 2019 Read an Ebook Week, my ebook La Yacata Revolution: How Not to Buy a Piece of Heaven in Mexico is free from Amazon. Amazingly, it’s been a full year since I published it, hence the perfect time to feature it.

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Now, I’m not the only author out there celebrating Read an E-Book Week, so keep your eyes peeled for other free ebooks available this week. Remember, as Corona advertises: todo en moderación. (Everything in moderation). Otherwise, you might suffer the dreaded book hangover!

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