Friday, October 09, 2009

Christmas bundle from Salt


Here's a lovely Christmas offer from Salt (and Too many Magpies is part of it):

Today we are excited to announce the launch of our themed Christmas bundle series.
Every week we’ll put together a themed bundle at an amazing price.
They’re your perfect Christmas gift solution. Five awesome Salt books, one low price. Buy them for five friends, give all five to a lucky loved-one, or simply treat yourself to some perfect Christmas reads.
Check out the blog each Friday for the next five weeks to discover our latest bundle.
Buy our new For Mothers and Lovers bundle for only £35 with free delivery in the UK
That’s an astounding £23 saving! Receive the following books in a beautiful ribbon-tied package:
The Missing by Si├ón Hughes — shortlisted for this year’s Forward Prize Best First Collection, The Missing deals with the heart of shame, parenting, illness, loss, regret and falling in love with the wrong people.
Too Many Magpies by Elizabeth Baines — A young mother married to a scientist fears for her children’s safety as the natural world around her becomes ever more uncertain.
Nude by Nuala Ni Chonchuir — The women and men in Nude play out their desires and frustrations from Dublin to Paris, Delhi to Barcelona, and beyond.
The Zen of La Llorona by Deborah A. Miranda — How does a damaged child grow up to be a loving, strong adult woman? These poems explore survivorship, tracing an American Indian woman’s life from conception to mid-life.
Sister Morphine by Catherine Eisner — Women’s Narratives from the Case Notes of a Community Psychiatric Nurse.
This special price ends on 15th December 2009. Buy now to avoid missing out.

4 comments:

WOMEN RULE WRITER said...

Isn't this so cute? A great idea. Another great idea from Salt. Thrilled to be bundled in there with you Elizabeth.

Elizabeth Baines said...

Me too you, Nuala - very much so!

Tania Hershman said...

What a great idea! I will pass this on... Can't wait to get hold of Too Many Magpies, Elizabeth!

Elizabeth Baines said...

Yes, Salt are full of good ideas, aren't they?