Irish National Holiday

14Mar16

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I live in Scituate, MA, a suburb of Boston. Scituate boasts of the highest percentage of Irish residents in the country. We have our own St. Patrick’s Day Parade and elect our own Irish (honorary) “Mayor.”

The St. Patrick’s Day Parade that takes place in South Boston is quite a spectacle indeed. I mean, look at these people!

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Because of the prevalence of Irish who work for the City of Boston and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, St. Patrick’s Day might as well be a holiday.

Susanne and I are doing our part to promote this holiday by making Full Irish and Half Irish available to actual and honorary Irish readers for the ridiculous price of 99 cents. At that price, we should entice quite a few Scotsmen, as well.

We have also just placed Half Irish in the Netgalley catalogue, where it is available for free download to Netgalley reader-members to read and review. If you are a Netgalley member, or want to become one (it is free!), you can use the “widget” below to obtain the download from the site.

So do give us a bit of Irish luck, and if you celebrate the holiday, please do so responsibly.

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Netgalley widget:

https://www.netgalley.com/widget/open?widget_id=85799_82226_145797018156e6dc05c3ddd_9781517461225_US

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