Straight to business. No mumbo-jumbo. Here is the link to your completely and totally
The book is our anthology about the unaccompanied minors at the U.S. - Mexico border titled "Lost: Children of the River" (The Raving Press, 2016). But you need to click the link asap because the offer ends at midnight tonight.
However, if you are late to this message, as a consolation gesture we will extend another great offer to you. A half price discount on that same book but in the paperback version. For that, you will need to visit our E-Store and use the promo code: D3PPENCT
The second topic is a book launch happening today. The book in question is of my own authorship. Yes, I am also a writer. This book is a collection of fiction about the idea surrounding the proposed establishment of a colony on the planet Mars. The book is titled "The Martian Ones: Tales of Human Folly" by Gabriel Hugo. (That be me).
The event takes place today August 18, 2017, at Barnes & Noble Palms Crossing at 6 p.m.
3300 Expressway 83 # 1100
McAllen, TX 78501
Why am I plugging my own book here? Because this book along with a whole host of others by different local Rio Grande Valley authors and publishers are all part of our on-going Barnes & Noble Book Fair in support of the great work being accomplished by the Young Center for Immigrant Children's Rights, a non-profit organization out of Harlingen, Texas.
If you come into this particular Barnes & Noble store (see address above), all you have to do is say "I support the Young Center Book Fair" at the register and the folks there will make sure that a portion of the money from your purchase goes to that organization.
Folks who are not in the area can also help by going to Barnes & Noble .com and using the book fair voucher id: 12204590 at checkout.
The in-store book fair will be running until August 25, 2017. It continues online until August 30, 2017.
Thank you all for your support for The Raving Press, local authors and artists, to me, to our local book stores, and to our local non-profits. Have a great weekend!
Gabriel H. Sanchez is a writer, poet, blogger, actor, and all-around artist from South Texas.
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