MUST LOVE OTTERS Is In the Kindle Holiday Store for November

I know, I know. The Hallowe’en decorations are hardly even put away yet. We still have our decorative skulls hanging around the front door and probably will until we put up Christmas lights. BUT — it’s never too early or too late for a good deal on a book, AM I RIGHT?

And although you may not be ready for the tinkling of sleigh bells, we’re thinking that a little pre-holiday-madness pick-me-up might be just the R&R you need. Seriously. Take some time for yourself, read a book, maybe read another one. If you’re American, you still have a few weeks before the insanity of Thanksgiving and Black Friday hits, so RELAX AND ENJOY — with Hollie and Concierge Ryan!

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Now until November 30, MUST LOVE OTTERS is in the Kindle Holiday Store (under Literature & Fiction, in case you’re looking through, wondering what category we’re in) for a whopping $0.99. Which MEANS you can read for cheap and then treat yourself to the sequel, HOLLIE PORTER BUILDS A RAFT, already out and waiting for YOU!

Spread the word. Tell your friends who need a giggle. Hug an otter today. (Okay, don’t. They bite. And it’s illegal.)

AND if you happen to be local … check out ALL of Eliza Gordon’s titles on shelves NOW at Chapters in Coquitlam’s Pinetree Village. Don’t they look so purty?

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P.S. Canada already had Thanksgiving in October so it’s all Christmas, all the time, from here on out. Oh man, send help. That’s a lot of Christmas. Wish me luck.

 

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