Writing and Books

161 – The Ridiculous Ramblings of a Man in France – The Book!

To celebrate three years of Blogley in France, I’ve ripped out the best bits and stuck them in an E-book for you to buy for the price of a pint. Currently £3.18 in the UK (average – I checked it).

Ha ha ha. Ho ho ho. Looks like another fictional Blogley: there’s no such thing as The Ridiculous Ramblings of a Man in France – The Book! What a ludicrous idea! Have you lost it?

Not quite.

And to prove I haven’t. Click on the link at the bottom of this post, where you will be invited to purchase The Ridiculous Ramblings of a Man in France – The Book!

Check out the book cover below before you buy – it’s me in the Pyrenees.

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‘But isn’t this a rather cheap and cynical ploy to generate money from something which is already free?’ I hear you say.

Well. Yes it is. But think of the benefits.

No more scrolling down the page looking for your favourite anecdote or story. It’s all here. And if you’ve never read Blogley before. What better way to introduce yourself to its delights without having to wade though a massive 160 posts spanning three very long years. In the Book I’ve slimmed it down to 75 classic entries.

So get out your wallet, click on the link below and get The Ridiculous Ramblings of a Man in France – The Book! Today!

And if you don’t like it – I’ll buy you a pint. Call it my moneyback guarantee.

 

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Thank you for buying.

Philip Ogley

 

*You will receive the book in four formats:

Kindle (.AZW3, .MOBI)

All other eReaders, iPad, iPhone, Android, etc (.EPUB)

PDF(.PDF)

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