When Janet met Tilly: an ebook

Recently, you’ve read a lot of my encounters with Tilly Bud (The Laughing Housewife) in the north of England.

I’ve turned these blog posts into an ebook.

You may think, “I’ve read these posts before. I don’t need this rubbish ebook.”

But, if I tell you, this ebook contains some ‘previously unseen photographs of Tilly Bud’, would you be willing to click the download button?

Click the image below to download the ebook (in PDF format). It’s free.

When Janet met Tilly

When Janet met Tilly: Click this image to download ebook (PDF format)

Credit: I’m grateful for PDF Converter, which turned my Word document into a PDF ebook. It contains all my hyperlinks. This service is free of charge. I’m forever grateful.

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22 thoughts on “When Janet met Tilly: an ebook

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  2. sanstorm

    I read the e-book and it was great! I think you are right about the climbing bridge place for Tilly’s header. There should be some sort of a sign up there on a Tourist Trail of Stockport.
    A very interesting window into Stockport life. Thanks Janet 🙂

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