Eric Clapton and @twdittmer’s THE VALLEY WALKER kick off the week!

Sometime ago, one of the sweetest and most supportive authors I’ve met, Tim Dittmer wrote a book – The Valley Walker. I read it, loved it, reviewed it, and then he took it off the shelves to improve upon it. Well …The Valley Walker is BACK!

The Valley Walker

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And to celebrate its re-release, Tim is offering it FREE ALL WEEK starting tomorrow until Saturday – Sept 16 – 20! You must get it! It’s a terrific read and this is an incredible deal.

Since it’s Monday and I usually do a music post, I’m proud to feature Tim’s book along with his favorite musician. You see, I learned all kinds of fun things when I interviewed Tim last year.

I hope you like this song, Tim. 😀

Readers, listen to Eric Clapton (with a couple of other greats) and remember to BUY Tim’s book regularly at $2.99 or FREE for the rest of the week.  Don’t you love it when I deliver good news on a Monday?

eden 

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8 responses to “Eric Clapton and @twdittmer’s THE VALLEY WALKER kick off the week!

  1. Can’t miss with Eric — or, with TW’s “The Valley Walker.” 🙂

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  2. Eden. I’m so thankful for your friendship. A bit overcome right now.

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  3. And yes, I love that song. Reminiscent of Robert Leroy Johnson. 🙂

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  4. Eden. You are so right about Tim. He is a great guy and talented author. I respect his dedication to making his book better, although I read it when it first came out and loved it. I’ll be reading his updated version.

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