The June 2021 edition of Twin Cedars News is now available! You can check it out on MailerLite through your browser here. It's also available in this site's Newsletter Archive. In this issue: -News Roundup - Welcome New Subscribers! -Special Deal for Newsletter Subscribers -Book Promos for June (see banner below - free ebooks!) -Web Recommendation: That Shakespeare Life -T. D. Raufson: Sustainability Blog -Events Calendar -Sales Links
The May 2021 edition of our newsletter is now available! You can check out the pdf version here or in our Newsletter Archive on this site. In this issue: -News Roundup -Convention Update: HallowCon is a Go! -Dose of Shakespeare: Sonnet 29 -Book Promos - Free eBooks! -Web Recommendation: Open Culture -Link: T. D. Raufson's Individual Sustainability Blog -Events Calendar -Sales Links
Twin Cedars Ranch is currently promoting two books by Author T.D. Raufson on book funnel giveaway promotions. If you are looking for a fun contemporary fiction read with dragons and lots of magical action, check out T.D. Raufson's Legacy of Dragons: Emergence on the Dragons are Cool promotion. If you are looking for a fun mid-grade read for yourself or a child in your family who is about to need some summer reading. Check out the magical challenges Saundra faces as a magical world created by her grandmother's stories starts to interrupt her real world in T.D. Raufson's The Queen's Yeoman on the Middle Grade and Young Adult Magic promotion. Don't let time run out on these great giveaways and...
Our latest newsletter is now available! You can read it on MailerLite here or on the Twin Cedars Ranch Archives page! In this issue: - News Roundup - Book Promo: T. D. Raufson's BookFunnel Promos - Web Recommendation: GeekUpdated - T. D. Raufson: Sustainability Articles - Twin Cedars Leather: Introducing the Wanderer - Book Recommendation: When Books Went to War - Events Calendar - Sales Links
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