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Saturday, November 24, 2012

TODAY - download The Crow House for FREE

Just to let you know The Crow House, published by Biscuit Tin Press,  is available on FREE promotion on Saturday 24 November.

Click here to download it all for free on Saturday onto a Kindle, mobile device or just your PC.
And I really would love to hear what you think of it – please do leave a review on Amazon (gains my undying gratitude, basically) or get in touch with me at
Find more about Wigtown, photos of the places that inspired the book and more about how I came to write it by visiting the website for The Crow House.
And you can find it on Facebook too.  Extra Likes also immensely appreciated.
Warm wishes,
Rounded Rectangle: ...Time travel was never this inconvenient – or terrifying. Holly and Callum have to cope with a dangerous old book, a witch (perhaps) and worst of all, the cold-eyed Hermetic Doctor of Wigtown: Jared Sliddery, inhabitant of The Crow House...
The Crow House is a new mystery/horror novel for children aged 9 to 12.  Rooted in Wigtown’s wide main street full of bookshops, it shifts with suspense and magic through time and place.

Jean Atkin
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