What gifts do you like with a book purchase?

I purged my jewelry and will offer a ‘buy a book, choose a piece’, or two at the Seattle Reader Writer Event. I’ve been collecting since I was ten, so those are antique dice in the lower left, and vintage rhinestones. Hope to see a few of you on Saturday. Seniors can get a special price. Please feel free to share with your Seattle friends.

Here’s the link and coupon code for $5 Senior tickets.


++++ Coupon code is    seniordiscount      Enter it at checkout and it will make tickets $5  Hourly parking rates are stiff, so carpooling is recommended. The event coordinator has $12 discount tickets for full day parking in the hotel garage. The event is in the ballroom.

About Sally Brandle

Author, horse lover, gardener, pastry enabler, and thankful wife and mother. Very proud of my novels, The Hitman's Mistake, Torn by Vengeance, and The Targeted Pawn. Multi-award winning author Sally Brandle weaves slow-burning romance into edgy suspense, motivating readers to trust their instincts. Growing up as a tomboy alongside brothers prepared her to work in a male-centric industry, raise sons, and create action packed stories featuring strong women. She thrives on creating unintentional heroines who conquer their vulnerabilities and partner with heroes to outwit cunning villains.
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6 Responses to What gifts do you like with a book purchase?

  1. What a fabulous collection! I love vintage jewelry. Too bad I’m nowhere near Seattle. Tweeted for you.

  2. Sally Brandle says:

    I wish you were too…I have loads more I am keeping, but I’m trying to find good homes for some special pieces. Thank you for sharing!

  3. viola62 says:

    Some of my younger relatives have started a great tradition when they have a baby. At the baby shower, guests are also encouraged to bring a book so that the gift giver can be remembered by the baby and family.

  4. Sally Brandle says:

    That is a fabulous idea. I try to knit a sweater or blanket, so each newborn has something home made. I’ve fallen a bit behind though….Thank you for sharing.

  5. Susan J Berger says:

    Gorgeous stuff! I hope you had a great event.

  6. Sally Brandle says:

    Thank you. The jewelry was popular. We had a good turn out and about half wore masks…I sold mostly Sapphire Promise, my true, WWII love story of a ‘spoilt’ Dutch girl living on colonial Java in 1938, who is then thrown into the worst Japanese internment camp. My dear friend, the heroine, counted on her basic nursing training and command of five languages to keep her and her mom alive. You may have read that one…if not, I can send you a copy. It is inspirational and uplifting. Stay cool, Sally

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