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I’m sure you’ve been following the Salt Just One Book campaign, and I hope you’ve supported it. If you haven’t, and need a final incentive, other than a visit from some rather shady friends of mine early one morning, this might just do the trick. It’s the latest offer from Salt, and it’s a winner:

A THIRD OFF ALL SALT TITLES THROUGHOUT JUNE

We’re now giving you a huge 33% off ALL books till the end of June. Use the coupon code G3SRT453 when in the checkout to benefit. Don’t forget if you spend £30 or $30 you get free shipping too.

Please continue to spread the word, and spread news of this offer. Please don’t let up. It’s been extraordinary, but we’re not out of danger yet. Every penny goes into developing Salt’s books and services. We want to start a new children’s list, and offer more resources to teachers and schools. We want to extend our publishing in new areas including our translations programme, we want to offer you more free magazines online. We want to help develop more support for debuts with the enhancement of our Crashaw and Scott prizes. We’re planning audio books, ebooks and new videos for you. We only want to move forward, to develop and expand what we do and deliver great books in new ways to you and yours.

We need your support throughout June. We’ll try and organise more readings and promotions with our authors. Virtual book tours. More launches. We’ll work with bookstores to bring you short story and poety evenings. Stick with us throughout June and we can do something astonishing. That’s the power of Just One Book — we want you to be a part of it. Follow us onTwitter look for #SaltBooks and #JustOneBook. Join our Facebook Group

And have a giggle at the vid, too.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdcTqXaOD2s

Oh, and one last special offer — Catherine Eisner’s magnificent crime novel, Sister Morphinefor £7.50 plus P&P, simply enter coupon code EISNER in the UK checkout http://bit.ly/8rHDa

Watch out for more special offers throughout June.


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