Dancing in Circles: An Expatriate in Cambodia

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Re: Dancing in Circles: An Expatriate in Cambodia

Post by Cinnamoncat » Sat Oct 27, 2018 6:08 am

I've published some new Creative Nonfiction.

Have a read. If you'd like it in the literary site, it might propel me to publishing my book about Cambodia faster!

Publishing is much easier with an audience behind you already. Thanks, everyone, for supporting my writing.

https://thenasiona.com/2018/10/26/just-one-more-thing/
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Re: Dancing in Circles: An Expatriate in Cambodia

Post by k*rm*geddon » Sat Oct 27, 2018 6:55 am

That was a traumatic read Deb. You've had rough times with loved ones.
But fantastic writing.
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Re: Dancing in Circles: An Expatriate in Cambodia

Post by bvanfossen » Sat Oct 27, 2018 9:18 am

Awesome writing. I'd love to reD your memoir. I had to pause at the story of blue light guiding the man to his village. I'll read the rest this evening.
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Re: Dancing in Circles: An Expatriate in Cambodia

Post by Arget » Sun Oct 28, 2018 8:28 am

Thanks.
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Re: Dancing in Circles: An Expatriate in Cambodia

Post by Cinnamoncat » Mon Jul 08, 2019 11:59 pm

AND SHE'S OUT!

The book is now published. I've renamed it, and here's how to find it:

Love and Loss in Cambodia: a memoir

author name: Debra Groves Harman

Available in print book, on sale today $10.99 USD
Kindle is $8.00 USD

I would LOVE some reads, reviews, purchases, etc. AND if you review me on Amazon or in an e mail ([email protected]) you may get published in my book in the next month when I do a revision!

Thank you, CEO!
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Re: Dancing in Circles: An Expatriate in Cambodia

Post by Cinnamoncat » Fri Jul 12, 2019 11:00 pm

The paperback is on sale this weekend for the Cambodian American National Conference in Washington State.

Price won't be lower.

If you buy the book, you get the e version / Kindle free along with it!



It's 9.99 USD for three days, and then the price returns to 14.42 USD (Amazon constantly tinkers with pricing, and I can't always control it--but it's set on 9.99 for at least through Sunday).
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