“Noah Padgett and the Dog-People” — Time-limited Free Offer on Kindle

Whoops! I got into a muddle with time zones. The giveway of my book for download on Kindle ends on Monday, May 18 at 23:59 hours (PST) and 20:00 hours (BST), and not on Tuesday as previously stated.

I can’t believe that four years have passed since I published this novel, and I admit to not having done much to promote it for the latter three years. Despite its wonderful reviews and popularity in the beginning, I admit to being terrible at promotion!

But now I have a good reason to mention its existence, as I would like to give people in the UK and the US a freebie to download onto their Kindles (or Kindle apps) during Lockdown. My apologies to anyone living outside of these countries, but Amazon doesn’t allow me to extend this offer to other locations.

Noah Padgett and the Dog-People is a fun, multi-layered read for anyone aged 9-100+. The story is a quirky fantasy adventure starring a 12-year-old boy and his chocolate Labrador puppy, who, by a series of mishaps, end up in another dimension where the predominate species is Canis sapiens.

The novel is also available as an audiobook on Audible (narrated by the fabulous actress Mil Nicholson). If you want to sync the two versions to switch between reading and listening, I have some free promo tokens. To request one, just ask via a “comment” on this post, and I will reply with your code.

There is also a paperback version, but I’m afraid that isn’t availabe for free.

The links to my product pages: Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com

Please note that the giveaway for the Kindle version ends on Monday, May 18 at 23:59 hours (PST) and 20:00 hours (BST)

Author: Sarah Potter Writes

Sarah is a British eccentric who writes offbeat fiction, haiku and tanka poetry. She's into nature, gardening, and natural health. Her sociability is something that happens in short bursts with long breathing spaces in between.

14 thoughts on ““Noah Padgett and the Dog-People” — Time-limited Free Offer on Kindle”

  1. A lovely offer, my friend, typical of a giving human being. Sadly I don’t do Kindle or audio books. I will, I promise, buy the actual book from Amazon….very soon, I promise. I need a book to read on the porch during the warm summer evenings.

    Have a brilliant weekend. Stay safe and continue to be the kind person you are.

    Hugs from afar

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    1. Thank you, dear Bill. I admit to not often reading on my Kindle for several reasons. I mostly like reading out in the garden in the sun but then can’t see my screen properly, or before I go to bed but then the blue light gives me insomnia. I used to listen to audiobooks on cassette tapes while driving to work (lol, that dates me!). Personally, I will always love paperbacks best. Occcasionally I’ll test out a new author either on Kindle or by purchasing a paperback from a charity shop (thrift store).

      You have a brilliant weekend, too, and sending you plenty of hugs.

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