APRIL IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER!
and at Clan Destine Press headquarters
we're a bit worried about the Easter Bunny.
We're not at all sure that we can get
his nose out of
long enough to deliver our
Dougal's too busy signing copies of
and deciding what to wear to
the launch of
to be much help at all, and
he says he's a city cat
anyway and rabbits are
NOT supposed to be the
size of Man!
Of course we could send in Bryn and her
but we're not sure we want the
Easter Bunny frightened to death,
just on the move again.
Trying to solve this problem was one thing! The bigger problem was trying to find SOME way of sending all our lovely readers a Thank You Present at the same time.
One of the Minions, working away in their garret (that's an attic not a vegetable!) came up with a cunning plan that solves both problems - we give you a present, and we clear temptation out of the path of the Bunny with the Basket.
We've set up some special discount codes, and for the MONTH of APRIL we'd love to be able to treat you to a discount on the cover price as WELL as free shipping.
Arrabella has been discounted to $22.00, Dougal's Diary to $16.00 and Redback to $25.00.
When you purchase anyone of the books (and we hope you will come back for all of them), enter the promotion code for each book in the Shopping Cart to get your present!
Please use the discount code: CLAN-BUNNY
Please use the discount code: CLAN-DOUGAL
Please use the discount code: CLAN-REDBACK
Seriously, from everyone here at Clan Destine Press have a fabulous Autumn April. We hope that the Bunny delivers Chocolate, and maybe goes a tiny bit Scandinavian on you at the same time!
"Reading crime stories and detective novels during Easter is a peculiar national trait in Norway. In order to cash in on this national pastime, publishers churn out series of books known as "Easter-Thrillers" or Påskekrimmen. TV stations, radio and newspapers also jump on the bandwagon by running detective series based on the works of famous crime novelists such as Agatha Christie, P.D. James, Simenon and Ruth Rendell.