Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Give the Gift of a Book

It's that time of year again. The trees are shivering in the woods, the tinsel is preening itself in the attic; you're making a list, you're checking it twice. * Christmas music screeches to a halt*  That dreaded list. We all, every year, have one or two of those annoying b*@%&^ds we just don't know what to buy for. They're not interested in movies or games, they have all the latest gadgets for the home and the most fashionable trimmings for their appendages. Because of their damnable happiness, each year you're getting a little thinner on top.

How about giving the gift of a book?

A book is timeless, traditional, and always appreciated.

Some awkward people complain they never have time to read, so what could be better than a collection of short stories? Not so time consuming, and you can bow out for a few days and still be able to pick up where you left off.

You can guess where I'm going with this...

Red Wine and Words - sixteen short stories of love, loss, horror, tragedy, guaranteed to wipe the smug smile off those pestilent pup's faces and keep them quiet for the season.

Or imagine this: you've already bought that newfangled ebook reader gadgetty thingy for your loved one. Go the extra mile and get them started with Red Wine and Words in ebook format.

Sorted! So that's Christmas in the bag. I'll even provide the links for you:

I'm so eager to share my baby with you lot I even dabbled in a little movie making. It's quite pathetic really, but maybe it will make you all feel sorry for me and encourage you to buy in bulk. You can find it here. Opinions to yourselves please.

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