Free Promotion: Where the Woods Grow Wild!

Hey, guys! Today’s post will be a quick one. I’ve got an exciting announcement. Starting today, from March 1st through March 4th, you can get a free Kindle copy of Where the Woods Grow Wild!

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A forest looms over Bardun Village. Nobody goes in. Nothing comes out. The secrets in the oaks remain hidden until a mischievous escapade thrusts Martin and Elodie behind the silent trees. Separated and lost in a tangle of fantasy, they discover more than animals roam where the woods grow wild.

What’s the occasion, you ask? Well, today marks the beginning of month #3, and 3 is my 5th favorite single-digit number, so there’s always that. Additionally, I suck at marketing, so I’m going on a tactical ‘I feel like giving away free stuff’ strategy.

And no, you don’t have to do anything. You don’t have to follow, subscribe, like, or sacrifice a naked mole rat (seriously, don’t do that). All you have to do is click *le fancy link* below and download your free copy from Amazon.

Where the Woods Grow Wild Free Download

Need some convincing? I understand! I’ll link to some fabulous writer/reader friends who were awesome enough to review Where the Woods Grow Wild on their blogs. (In this case, yes, you should go follow and subscribe to them, but go easy on the mole rats).

Constant Collectible’s Review

A Tea With Tumnus’s Review

Dragonthief’s Review

If you’re itching for a copy but don’t own a Kindle device, we can definitely work something out. Just let me know and I’ll get in touch! And if you do read Where the Woods Grow Wild, I’d be enormously grateful if you dropped a review on Amazon and Goodreads. Reviews are the fuel for an author’s success engine (crazy deep metaphor alert), but they can be hard to come by. Even just a quick rating goes a long way. You have my thanks and Gimli’s axe.


Thanks for taking the time to stop by! I truly hope you have a fantastic day.

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6 thoughts on “Free Promotion: Where the Woods Grow Wild!

  1. Would you by chance consider sending a paperback for review? I review books frequently on my blog, goodreads, and Amazon, and would love to have the chance to do so for your book! I have a Kindle, but I try not to read on it too often because it really strains my eyes and gives me headaches. =/
    Thank you!

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    1. Hi Raechel! Yeah, I understand that. I normally hesitate to commit to shipping paperbacks since I live in Europe and shipping is expensive. I wish I had the funds to do this sort of thing more, though! 🙂

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      1. Oh, I totally understand that! I hadn’t thought about how expensive international shipping is – and I know the rate is high! So yes, completely understand! Thank you so much for replying. I got the book on Kindle, so I’ll still work my way through it slowly and leave a review whenever I do read it! It sounds very good. 🙂

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