Friday 24 August 2012

Twisted Velvet Chains: Free on Kindle Today!


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  1. Cool deal! (Already own it though.)

  2. I already have the paperback, but I might as well buy the e-book too, to help your numbers!

  3. I tweeted! I'll download, too. Good luck!!

  4. I've already got it as well but will download to help your numbers.

  5. Thanks for this! Will get a copy today as well. (:

  6. Many thanks Jessica.
    I must get a Kindle (maybe for Christmas) as I tend not to read them as much when I download them onto my Kindle for PC because I have my reading time preferences.

    I've definitely got String Bridge on my 'to buy' list.

  7. Must...get...Kindle! Velvet Chains. I am SO behind the times. I'm holding out for an e-reader with 3g connection. Nook used to have it, but not now.

  8. I downloaded Twisted Velvet chains. I have the Kindle for PC on my laptop. Thanks for the free offer, Jessica.

    My father had a condition which we didn't find out about until his death, when papers were discovered. Growing up I thought he was just mean in a lot of ways. Medication might have worked, if he had asked for help. He didn't.

  9. I LOVE this collection of amazing poems. A print copy sits on my bookcase. I recommend it in print or digital format for anyone who loves real poetry.


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