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Boxed Set: Wake-Robin Ridge & A Boy Named Rabbit

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Off today for my first real book signing in St. Cloud, Florida. (If you are in the area, it’s being held at the library. Come by and say hi. There will be over 50 authors there.)

But before I leave, I just had to let you know that my first Boxed Set, Books 1 and 2 of my Wake-Robin Ridge series, is out! For those of you looking for a bargain, here it is. You can get my newest book, A Boy Named Rabbit, of course, and for only $.99 more, you can also get Book 1 of the series, Wake-Robin Ridge, normally $4.99, itself. Hope you’ll check it out!

Boxed Set: Wake-Robin Ridge and A Boy Named Rabbit

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7 thoughts on “Boxed Set: Wake-Robin Ridge & A Boy Named Rabbit

  1. Have fun and good luck at your book signing. I come but the trip from PA is just a little too far. Mom Anna Dad are going to Orlando on Sunday. I wish I could go. They are looking for places to live any suggestions?

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    • Thanks, Tracy. It turned out to be a lot of fun. A good way to get my feet wet. Suggestions for places to live? You’re asking the gal whose favorite place in the world is on a mountaintop in North Carolina. Or in the middle of a Florida swamp. Somehow I don’t think those two suggestions would be what they’re looking for. 😀

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  2. Reblogged this on So, I Read This Book Today and commented:
    You have to pick up this set! Enjoy!

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  3. I just saw this on “So I read This Book Today” and decided to come over and say hello. I was supposed to be in St Cloud today but broke a tooth and wasn’t able to go. We must be neighbors…or thereabouts. Nice to meet you.

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    • Hi, SK…so sorry you had to cancel today. It was a lot of fun, and I met a bunch of really neat people. It would have been fun to meet you, too. I’m an hour north of St. Cloud in Sanford. A bit of a drive, but well worth it.

      If Gunnar puts this together again, I’m definitely planning to go, so maybe I’ll see you next time? Thanks for stopping by. Join us on The Write Stuff, too, my blog focused on authors and writing. ( http://marciamearawrites.com/ )

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