Free E-book offer from All About Spelling!

Here is a great program offering a free e-book with order. I have this e-book and I also did a review of All About Spelling in the past for The Old Schoolhouse Magazine (I was on the first crew). I highly recommend this program.

I have good news and bad news for you.

First the bad news… We are located in the upper Midwest, and severe storms on Tuesday morning left us without power. Due to the power outage, orders that were placed this week were delayed for a few days. We are told that we should have power restored this weekend, and if all goes according to plan, we will ship all orders on Monday via USPS Priority Mail.

Now for the good news… To thank everyone for their patience this week, we want to give you a free gift that you can use right away, without having to wait for shipment. When you place any order, no matter how small, we’ll give you the All About Homophones book for free, and you can download it immediately. This popular e-book sells for $27.95 on our website, but today it won’t cost you a cent!

Here’s how to claim your free book with any purchase:

Add any product(s) to your cart.

Do not add the All About Homophones e-book to your cart quite yet.

In the upper left corner of the cart, you’ll see a box that says “Special Code.” Type in these three letters, all in capital letters: AAH. Then click the “Apply” button.

The free All About Homophones ebook will appear just above where you enter your shipping information. Click the orange “Add to Cart” button.

You’ll receive this e-book automatically, without delay! Enjoy!

Staying warm in chilly Northern Wisconsin,

Marie Rippel 🙂

P.S. If you placed an order on or after October 26, we have already sent you your free copy of the All About Homophones ebook.

P.P.S. Could you please help me spread the word about this special coupon code? Copy and paste these instructions onto Facebook or your blog! This offer ends on Monday, November 1. Thank you for all of your support during this rough week!


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