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Friday, August 08, 2014

FREE Ebook and Setara Visits Sue Perkins

While my heroine, Setara, visits Sue Perkins, you can take advantage of a FREE ebook on Amazon for three days: August 8th-10th.

THE TALES OF ABU NUWAS (Setara's Genie)
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004HW6AWY/

Abu Nuwas sits in the bazaar on his threadbare rug; a cup and sign proclaim him a teller of tales. For one small coin, he bids passers by to listen. A poor girl, Najda, sells spices from a tray. Would he, she asks, trade a tale for a packet of spice? Abu Nuwas agrees and begins the epic adventures of a girl and her genie.

As did Scheherazade before him, Abu leaves Najda hanging in the middle of each yarn to keep her coming back. Between stories, he questions the girl about her life.

He discovers that she has been promised in marriage to an old man whom she hates, but she must wed him to save her sick mother. The rich bridegroom will pay for the doctors the mother needs.

Meanwhile, Najda sells spices in the market to earn enough money to keep her mother alive. While relating the fantastical accounts, the old man grows to admire the spice girl, and vows to find a way to help her. Listening to the stories of evil genies, demons, flying horses, dragons, viziers, princes, pirates, and nomadic raiders, young Najda finds her salvation with the help of Abu Nuwas, the TELLER OF TALES.

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Sneaky little secret just for you: This book was later published as "Setara's Genie." I can't give that one away from Amazon because it doesn't qualify for Kindle Select. But, this older book can. There is essentially no difference between the two books except the title.

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