Here’s your chance to show your support for a struggling writer . . . ME!

Last December, I self-published my third book, We’re Not Dead Yet!a light-hearted look at baby boomer lifestyle, fashion, current events and other issues that strike a chord with boomers. 

The book is a series of easy-to-read essays and observations that will resonate with our age group and remind other generations that we’re still in the game.

Self-published authors need all the help we can get to raise awareness (and sales) of our books.

If you haven’t already ordered a copy of We’re Not Dead Yet!, it’s easy to do on Amazon. If you have Prime, even better—free delivery to your door. In fact, why not order a few copies to keep on hand as gifts for your boomer friends? It is available in both paperback and ebook formats. My two earlier books, BoomerBroadcast, and Boomer Beat, are also available on Amazon.

And, while you’re at it, please do me a favour and post a review on Amazon. It raises my ranking and helps potential readers know whether it’s worth reading. So,

  1. Order We’re Not Dead Yet! from Amazon
  2. Post a review

In appreciation of your support, a gift copy will be sent to two randomly-selected readers who post before the end of April 2021. 

Merci beaucoup, mes très chères.

Click on the image of the book cover to order "WE'RE NOT DEAD YET! from Amazon, or to post a review.
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M Dickson
M Dickson
15 days ago

I’ve bought each of Linda’s books actually two copies of each including the most recent; We’re Not Dead Yet. One always to keep for myself and one to give us a gift. The blogs are a lovely little read on current often critical events and current opinion. The friends I have gifted with a copy always comment a couple months later
how much they enjoy reading it. Lovely and original tableside book, great for a guest room, interesting for all ages.
Margaret Dickson