ALL CAPS IS VIRTUAL SHOUTING, so I’ve been told. That’s sort of what I’ve been doing all month-long with the A to Z Challenge theme “Historical Treasure.” I’ve shared tidbits, excerpts, photos, interviews for Irene’s memoirs in order to convince you her story is one worth sharing.
“Sharing is Caring” is often at the bottom of blog posts. That is what I am asking you to do.
In fact, I’ve marked the digital copy of her memoirs down to 99 cents (or equivalent) on Amazon outlets worldwide, because I want you to have the opportunity to get the rest of the story–and to help spread the word.
If you are a reader, you’ll get drawn in by this book.
If you know a history buff, you could be the one that recommends the best history book they’ll read this year.
If you know someone who likes strong female leads, this is for them.
If you think Irene’s story could do well given a chance, share.
Here are some ways:
- Share or reblog a post you liked from A to Z (& mention the 99 cents sale)
- Share one of Irene’s youtube videos (follow the channel to get more)
- Get the rest of the story for yourself and leave a review for her
- Give the gift of history (signed copies available)
Survive Little Buddy has what it takes in terms of a compelling story that builds the world of the past for us to see today. I know it! Do you?
I wanna YELL ABOUT IT! That’s what A to Z was for me this year. Only one more post coming at you…Z is for….
Kristin King is a mom of four boys, US Army wife, and currently struggling with a nasty head cold–the kind of thing so trivial Irene never mentions it. Kristin wishes she was as stalwart as Irene.