FREE BOOK … IN EXCHANGE FOR HONEST REVIEW!

Damp Dogs & Rabbit Wee – the humorous & compassionate book about the life of a dog walker.

I have two copies of the Victor Publishing produced edition of ‘Damp Dogs & Rabbit Wee’ available, post paid and free to any UK address, in exchange for an honest review on Amazon / book sites & blogs.

These particular copies are from the first ‘proof’ batch of six that have two spelling errors on the back cover. Just think, with good reviews, and resultant healthy sales, these ‘giveaway books’ will become Collectors’ Editions and worth ££££thousands! Perhaps.

If you’d like one of these two copies to review, then please e-mail me at:

ceeteejackson@gmail.com

The two lucky winners will be drawn and notified on Friday 11th February.

Please be assured your address will be used solely for the purpose of posting the book and not retained thereafter. You’re e-mail address will not be used for any spamming / unsolicited messages.

REVIEW: ‘The Bottom Corner: A Season with the Dreamers of Non-League Football’ – Nige Tassell

As a follower of Non-League football myself, I found this book quite engrossing.

The format was tidy, accounting for the season and off-season on a month by month basis, and concentrating on only a couple of clubs each chapter. I would, though, have preferred to read about more teams from the middle the pyramid, my only slight criticism being that the book seems more focused on National League, and then clubs right at the bottom of the pyramid.

But that really doesn’t detract from providing a well written account of life at the Bottom Corner. of British football

How’s this for a review?

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Wow!

It still tickles me that my wee book continues to attract such favourable comment:

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Delightful!

By Dyanne Gordon Green on 6 Nov. 2015

Format: Kindle Edition

What a delightful, well-written book! The author invites the reader into his world of professional pet services and it is a wonderful place. Yes, there are damp dogs, and yes, there is rabbit wee and it’s all makes sense. I fell in love with the dogs and their distinct personalities. Light and humorous but also filled with touches of true, heartfelt emotion. The writing style is reminiscent of James Herriot’s “All Creatures Great and Small” series. I highly recommend this book and hope Mr. Jackson continues to share his stories.