The post ran thus:
“In the UK, there are two August bank holidays. One at the start of the month (first Monday) and one at the end. We look forward to them despite the fact that quite often, the weather is terrible. There’s a theory that making a day a bank holiday invites unseasonably bad weather.
Anyway, I’ve put Away With The Fairies at a lower price WORLD WIDE until Tuesday morning, so grab it while it’s an even better deal than usual. None of my books are priced unreasonably; you can’t buy a posh cup of coffee for the same price.
I’ve put the UK link here but for anywhere else in the world, just go into the URL and change the dot co dot uk to whichever internet suffix your country might use.
P.S. Reviews always welcome.
P.P.S Enjoy the Bank Holiday weekend, whatever the weather”
Except I’ve had a total brain fart. There ARE two August Bank Holidays; however, they are not country wide. Scotland gets the first Monday and the rest of the UK gets the final one.
May does indeed have TWO Bank Holidays but August doesn’t.
Still, I shall leave the book on offer for the weekend and perhaps repeat it at the end of the month.
I’m an idjit.