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QuickTurtle eBooks of the Week free on Amazon 9/01/18

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The Closet Monster

 

I remember the monster in my closet.  He always showed up when I was alone.  He was like the dinosaur ghost I saw on the river and the witch that came to sit on my bed.  Was he real or just in my head?

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FREE TODAY ON AMAZON

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MONSTER MONSTER is a children’s picture book about the monster under the bed, the ogre snake that squishes toys and the troll that eats little boys.  A fun poem for kids that delves into the monstrous imagination of a child, that place where the closet monster really does exist.  This is book 6 in the Rhyme for Young Readers Series by QuickTurtle Books®.

Richard Rensberry, Author @ QuickTurtle Books®

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MONSTER MONSTER is a children’s picture book about the monster under the bed, the ogre snake that squishes toys and the troll that eats little boys.  A fun poem for kids that Continue reading

Reviews Wanted

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I am looking for reviews of my children’s book IF I WERE A GARDEN. The ebook will be available for free from Amazon http://amzn.to2yxsZ57 on April 13, 14 and 15. If you could be so kind to take the time to visit the above link and download, read and leave a review on Amazon, you would be helping immensely.
If you would like to help, please leave me a message in the comments section and I will get back to you when the book is free.

Richard Rensberry, Author at QuickTurtle Books®

Book of the Week, The Burrow Babbit

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Free beginning at midnight Feb. 24 through the 25th.

THE BURROW BABBIT is book 14 in the Rhyme for Young Readers Series by QuickTurtle Continue reading

Print Books or ebooks?

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I am a voracious reader. My preference has always been hardback books.  I even shy away from paperbacks unless they are poetry books which seem perfectly fitted as paperbacks.  I have never been able to read a novel on an electronic device, though I can read poetry and children’s books on my iPad.  I am curious as to whether anyone regularly reads books electronically or if this ebook thing is mere hype and a fad that will pass.
I think I can envision a more robust reading experience on a big screen TV.  You know, kick back in a recliner and read a book in huge print while sipping a craft beer. Continue reading

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FREE GIFTS TO ALL OF OUR  WORD PRESS FRIENDS! http://amzn.to/2n5srwa

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All of our E-BOOKS can be downloaded for free until April 3rd in celebration of National Library Week. Reviews welcome and much appreciated.

Richard and Mary Rensberry, Authors at QuickTurtle Books