For Halloween I’m offering a free kindle book, Calling the Dead, one of the early Deputy Tempe Crabtree mysteries. It is free now through Halloween.
In Calling the Dead, Deputy Tempe Crabtree is challenged by a death that looks like suicide and a suicide that looks like murder and putting her job on the line when she investigates both on her on time, and jeopardizes her marriage to her pastor husband when she uses Native American ways to call back the dead.
Now for some fun trivia about Halloween:
- Halloween originated in Ireland
- A pumpkin is a fruit.
- The round orange pumpkin is a native to North America
- The first individually wrapped candies were Tootsie Rolls.
- Alabama doesn’t allow Halloween celebrants to dress up like priests or nuns.
- In 2020, there will be a full moon on Halloween night.
- In 2017 the most popular Halloween candy was Kit Kats.
- Jack O Lanterns were first made out of turnips.
- To protect yourself on Halloween you should carry salt in your pocket.
- Male witches are called Warlocks.
- The word witch comes from the Old English meaning Wise Woman.
- Trick or treating evolved from the Celtic culture.
- If a person wears his or her clothes inside out and walks backward on Halloween, he or she will see a witch at midnight.
A bit more about my free Kindle book offer of Calling the Dead.
I did not use BookBub to promote—two reasons, it wouldn’t have been accepted because of not enough reviews, though what I do have are great, and I can’t afford a BookBub promotion.
What I did do is pay for some much less expensive advertising through places that promote free-e-books. And of course I’ll do my own promoting on Facebook, Twitter, and the various Facebook groups I belong to.
And you may ask, what is the motive for giving away copies of the Kindle version of the book? Hopefully, readers will like it and buy others in the series. Calling the Dead seemed like the perfect tale to offer for Halloween.