I confess to drawing a blank in coming up with a suitable blog for Black Friday—hence, the title, “BLANK Friday”.

Whether suffering the scourge of feeling stuffed and lethargic from overindulging on Thanksgiving, or caught up in the whirlpool of holiday shopping—for an Indie author, the importance of being earnest in procuring book sales prevails.

‘Tis the season to seize an opportunity!

Christmas abounds in my Contemporary Women’s Fiction novel, AN ENLIGHTENING QUICHE:

Black Friday is when northern Rhode Island’s French-Canadian mill town of Beauchemins’ “Blue-Ribbon Bake-Off” gets underway at Pâtisseries Évocatrices.

By holly, the play, ‘A Christmas Carol’ is an integral part of the story, along with a revealing backstory.

For my protagonist, Augusta Bergeron, the Yuletide season provides the means for her to reflect, repent, redeem herself, and rejoice.

(November 24th – December 18th): HOME FOR CHRISTMAS – US residents are cordially invited to enter my Goodreads Giveaway contest for the chance to win a signed paperback:

https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/266097-an-enlightening-quiche

There’s plenty of holiday cheer in my Nonfiction Memoir collection, 100 WILD MUSHROOMS: MEMOIRS OF THE 60s:  

A Whole Lotta’ Tree Shakin’!

The Magic of Christmas

The Christmas Conspiracy

A Few of My Favorite Things

March of the Retro Toys

(Until November 30th): US residents are cordially invited to enter my Goodreads Giveaway contest for the chance to win a signed paperback:

https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/260103-100-wild-mushrooms-memoirs-of-the-60s

Ebenezer Scrooge articulated that Christmas “is a poor excuse for picking a man’s pocket every 25th of December”. Au contraire, besides the giveaways and special offers Indie authors devise for the holiday season, on any given day most of our Kindle Editions are priced under $5.00.

In my book, that beats any Black Friday deal amidst the maddening, jostling crowds.

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