Helen O. Bigelow Offers Free e-books to Readers
Helen O. Bigelow may have been inspired to write "Coffee Grounds and Potato Peeling Pancakes: The Garbage We Ate to Live" (published by AuthorHouse) from history's stories of war and survival, yet her inspiration behind the marketing of her book is all modern.
Bigelow is participating in her publisher's BookStubs program, an exciting program that allows free e-books to be downloaded by readers. Bigelow will be offering 60 BookStubs of her book "Coffee Grounds and Potato Peeling Pancakes" and will distribute them to readers of her choice.
"This is a collection of experiences telling how each supplemented their meager food in their own clever ways to keep from starving," explains Bigelow about her book. "Fear of the concentration camps made them do desperate acts to avoid contact with the enemy." Each story is also accompanied by photographs of the survivors and the conditions inside the camps.
"Coffee Grounds and Potato Peeling Pancakes"
By Helen O. Bigelow
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 114 pages | ISBN 9781481760478
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 114 pages | ISBN 9781481760492
E-Book | 114 pages | ISBN 9781481760485
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Helen Bigelow lives on the family farm in North Branch, Mich., where she and her family have a greenhouse business. While raising a family, working on the farm, working for charity and being an educator, Bigelow earned a master's degree and retired in 1987. "Coffee Grounds and Potato Peeling Pancakes" is her first book.
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