Just in time for Father's Day! The KINDLE version of my paranormal/mystery "THE BRIDGE" will be available for FREE on Amazon this weekend. Starting tomorrow 6/15 and ending at midnight on 6/16 you can get a free copy! So if you're still looking for something for Dad, or a little something for yourself, here's your chance to grab book #1 in the Para-Earth Series. Ghosts, psychics, police, and a three hundred year old stone bridge which holds a terrifying secret awaits you within the pages of this book which has received 4 and 5 star reviews.
So bookmark the link below and get your free copy during this weekend special. And spread the word to everyone you know about it. This book has captured the imaginations of customers who have said flat out that they normally don't read this genre, but are eager for the next installment which will be coming in September.
Happy reading everyone...
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