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Town Father on sale through Friday

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Starting today and running through Friday, Town Father (the ebook) is on sale for a wee 99 cents. I started the sale the day before a Bargain Booksy feature so I could be sure the price drop was in place. That means you have a day ahead of everyone else to take advantage!

This is my lone promo since February, thanks to rising competition at my go-to EReader News Today, and to BookBub’s failure to accept my cold hard cash. I remain agog.

Incidentally, the other day I announced that Our Children Are Not Our Children is now permafree. Well, at the time that applied only to Amazon US, but on the advice of an astute reader I appealed to Bezos to make it free across the board. Lickity split, he waved his wand, and OCANOC is now my gift to the entire world — or at least to anyone with an Amazon account.

You can pluck a copy here. UK here. Canada here.

Also, Town Father (the paperback) is now listed at $9.30.  It’s a sweet-looking book that would make a terrific gift for less than a tenner.

4 comments on “Town Father on sale through Friday

  1. John W. Howell
    June 14, 2016

    Would be interested in the Booksy performance. Good luck.

  2. 1WriteWay
    June 15, 2016

    Reblogged this on 1WriteWay and commented:
    The latest novel by Kevin Brennan–Town Father–is now on sale for 99 cents (ebook version) through Friday! Today is Wednesday (in my world) so waste no time in picking up a copy. While you’re there, snatch up a FREE copy of his short story collection Our Children Are Not Our Children. And, since Father’s Day is almost here (in the US, there is), maybe you should just go ahead and get a paperback copy of Town Father for a favorite dad. You know, if Town Father were nonfiction, it would put an interesting spin on Father’s Day.

    • Kevin Brennan
      June 15, 2016

      Boooyah! You prompted me to come up with an alternate title: “Mommy Nearest.”

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