This is NOT a Case of Getting What You Pay For

The Scorpiolicious Lorna (aka, she whose name means “lost”) has made her memoir, How Was I Supposed to Know?, available to download for free for a few days only. Lorna’s story is a moving one, and she tells it with great courage and her trademark humour. It’s a model for anyone contemplating writing their own memoir. This is how you do it, and win a real audience of loyal fans along the way.

Lorna's Voice

I know if something is offered to me for free, I get suspicious.

Free to a good home. Interior in great shape. Free to a good home. Interior in great shape.

You get what you pay for, right?

I suppose in some  many  most cases, that’s true.

But not in this case.

In this case, you’d be as crazy as dog trying to catch a bug not to take this offer AND tell everyone you know about it.

In this case, you’re getting a real bargain, and who doesn’t love a bargain?

shopping dog

Starting today and ending on July 5 (Saturday), you can CLICK HERE to download a FREE COPY of the second edition of my memoir, How Was I Supposed to Know? 

(You’ll need a Kindle App for your device if you don’t have a Kindle.)

Here is the new look for the second edition. I hope you like it! Here is the new look for the second edition. I hope you like it!

Giving away free copies of your book is…

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