RALPH breaks the 300 Barrier!

The Intrepid Adventures of Ralph Ingleton is the first of my short stories I released as a free ‘eBook’ and, since its publication back in October 2011, it’s been downloaded over 300 times.

Longlisted in one of the world-famous Fish story-writing competitions, I’d like to think it’s well worth a read if you love a tale with a few twists in it.

Click the link above to find out more about the Ralph story and SHADES, the collection of fictional works in which it appears.  As always, all my ebooks are downloadable in just about every format – you don’t even need an eReader to read them!

There are more free-to-read pieces of fiction, articles and poems, etc on my website.  And, of course, if you subscribe to the blog, you’ll be one of the first to hear about discounts & freebies on offer from time to time.

Subscribing to the blog is as easy as clicking the “I’m keen!” button in the right-hand panel (then enter your email address if you’re not on WordPress).  For your peace of mind, be aware that you can unsubscribe just as easily at any time at the bottom of each blog you get in your Inbox!

If you enjoy reading the story, why not submit a quick review where you downloaded it, or pass on the link to friends & family?

Click to check out more freebies on the Foley's Forum website


About Alannah Foley

Alannah Foley... aka 'The Pyjama Writer' Author of Light Mysteries, Short Fiction, Travel Tales, and more... To find out more go to www.thepyjamawriter.com
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