When we had a Costco membership, my husband loved to shop there on the days they gave out free samples in the grocery aisles. Sometimes he took samples of things he doubted he would like because “Hey, it’s free.” Well, today I don’t have any food, but I do have a free sample of The Brevity of Roses for you.
But first, some other business:
If you read my last post, you might have expected a new look to my blog today. It’s coming, but real life intervened and I wasn’t able to finish my new blog header, so stay tuned for the redecorating.
I’m going to tell you why you might want to sign-up for my newsletter. I won’t flood your inbox with chain spam, or get-rich-quick schemes, or sell your email address to marketers. In fact, I won’t flood you with anything, but I will tell you first about upcoming contests or other promotions, and keep you in the loop about my scheduled interviews or guest blog appearances. You’ll also learn how you might get a free copy of Brevity. So read the sample first, and then, if you think you’d like to be a Brevity insider, please sign-up on the Contact page.
Now, for that taste of Brevity. I hope you’ll enjoy Chapter One. (Warning: a sprinkling of strong language.)
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5 thoughts on “A taste of Brevity”
wonderful to read the beginning of your book after all this time, Linda 🙂
Very interesting, I loook forward to the rest!
Thanks for giving us this tease 🙂
Thank you, Jennifer. 🙂 If all goes well, you won’t have to wait too long to read more.
Well, you know I don’t need the tease because I got the whole deal 😉 And I’m a Brevity Insider … I love that term, btw!
Thank you, Cathryn, for your comment here and for reading the ARC. Oh, and for signing up for the Brevity Insider. 😉
I forgot the tease of my own … check out the first chapter, you’ll definitely be back for more.