All About Swinging Sanity – Book Promotion

Stoner on a Rollercoaster is publishing her first ever book.
I’d like to give her my support. I wish her every success.

Stoner on a rollercoaster

Another big bang is going to rock the universe tomorrow!

Well, that was bit of an exaggeration.

Tomorrow (12th March 2019) is going to mark the release of my debut poetry collection, that I have filled with my heart and soul as it’s my first published book ever.

With that, let me indulge in some blatant promotion of Swinging Sanity.

On 25th February I made it available for pre-order for the first time and since then it’s been an insane ride and made me shed tears of joy quite a few times.

By far it’s been experience of a lifetime.

Swinging sanity has already fulfilled a long-forgotten dream of mine. It earned me title of an author.

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It gave me a status I never believed I will ever see. The #1 new release rank in 4 categories on amazon.

Ever read that Rumi quote??

“The wound is the place where…

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Are you A Snifty Sleuth?

That Guy Called Bloke is inviting you to a Murder Mystery Challenge. Do you have what it takes to solve the mystery?

A Guy Called Bloke

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The Villa was straight out of the 1920’s and it screamed high class chic louder than a gorilla fighting off a rival. On the English Riviera overlooking the beautiful bay of Torquay and just a stone’s throw away from the birthplace of the great Agatha Christie, this place was a fantastic find.

Of course, everyone enjoyed a good murder mystery weekend but it was frightfully dull when it was just in your Aunt’s front room in her home in the suburbs. When the other guests were just friends and relatives dressed up and the corpse was just a stuffed pair of overalls with red ink splattered on them.

This was supposed to be the real deal. It had better be, because it had cost an absolute fortune. Only those lucky enough to be wealthy or were good at calling in a few favours, could have afforded to stay in…

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