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Pure Trash is Pure Gold

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“Bette Stevens’s ‘Pure Trash’ is a quick and delightful read. It’s the story of a nine-year-old boy named Shawn, whose family is poor, and whose father is an alcoholic. On account of this unfortunate combination, he and his younger brother Willie are scorned throughout the community.

“This little story employs excellent mid-twentieth century dialogue, making you feel like you’re a part of the sleepy little town the author has invited you to. It begins with a lighthearted feeling: two young boys off to enjoy a carefree Saturday. But, as the story progresses, we’re faced [with]the harsher realities of the world: cruelty and judgment, and unfairness on account of things that people can’t even control…”
~ C.M. Blackwood

Read the entire review, take a “Look Inside” the book and download your complimentary copy of PURE TRASH from author Bette A. Stevens. It’s #FREE from November 25 through November 29, 2016 on YOUR AMAZON at http://amzn.to/1T5tMAZ

ABOUT THE BOOK

PURE TRASH by Maine author Bette A. Stevens (Ages 11-adult) In this short story adventure set in New England in the 1950s, two young boys set out on a Saturday adventure you won’t want to miss! Experience the joy of a carefree Saturday and the blistering pain of feeling not quite good enough as you hop on a bike and ride into town with two delightful young boys who find adventure at every turn. Shawn and Willie Daniels live in the woods with no indoor water or plumbing. Dad spends most of his hard-earned money on beer. Prejudice, class division, alcoholism, poverty, injustice, and bullying are cleverly woven into this 1950s adventure short. PURE TRASH is the short story prequel to DOG BONE SOUP, Stevens’s début novel DOG BONE SOUP. 

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Comments on: "A #FREE BOOK for YOU to download thru November 29—It’s “PURE TRASH” by Bette A. Stevens" (20)

  1. Looking forward to reading this, Bette! LOVED Dog Bone Soup so much. ❤

  2. […] Source: A #FREE BOOK for YOU to download thru November 29—It’s “PURE TRASH” by Bette A. … […]

  3. Looking forward to reading your book Bette!

  4. Wonderful story! Would make a nice Christmas present …

  5. […] Source: A #FREE BOOK for YOU to download thru November 29—It’s “PURE TRASH” by Bette A. … […]

  6. Rebloged and shared this amazing story which I read and gave a 5 star review!! This is one you don’t want to miss!!

  7. A great read. I hope the promo goes great!

  8. I enjoyed Pure Trash, Bette. I’ll be listing in my post on Tuesday: Books make the #1 best gifts. I’m sure many will enjoy the opportunity of receiving it free. What a generous offer. Best wishes.

    • So glad you enjoyed PURE TRASH, Norah. I’m with you on naming books as the #1 best gifts. Thanks so much for including it in your blog post on Tuesday. Happy Holiday Hugs to you, my friend! 🙂 ❤

  9. I enjoyed this book so much, Bette and know your new readers will as well. Good luck with the special promotion tomorrow. Warmest wishes ❤️

  10. […] A. Stevens Pure Trash: The Story Set in New England in the 1950s, this story tells of a Saturday afternoon adventure of two young […]

  11. Somehow I always manage to miss your freebie days! 😦 Oh well, I’m determined to catch it next time. Thanks for sharing this at Booknificent Thursday on Mommynificent.com!
    Tina

    • Sorry you missed the event, Tina. There will be more… Thanks so much for stopping by to visit and for the linkup opportunity on your blog, where I always find great posts to share and new blogs to follow. ❤

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