My fellow writers,

 Below is my book promoted at David’s website.

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 If you’re interested, you can get free book promotion at the following link:

Ask David to promote your book

 

Have fun!

Zoe

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Thank you for the info, Zoe.

Good luck with your books!

Here is another free book promostion site called Bloggerdise you may want to try.

Enjoy book pormostion. :-)

I just went on there and did it. Thanks for sharing.

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