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Here’s your chance.

All this week, right up to Saturday, the book about electing a Mayor in Salford is FREE to download from Amazon.

You don’t need a Kindle! If you look on the page, you’ll see links on the right to the FREE apps that will allow you to download Kindle ebooks to any old laptop, desktop, PC or Mac. That’s Mac, or PC. Anything.

Free book, anyone?

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This is Woden’s Cave in Ordsall, Salford. It’s where hermits lived in the Middle Ages. Now that I am approaching middle age, I shall be retiring here tomorrow, after I have spoken to Alan Beswick on his Breakfast Show on BBC Radio Manchester at 8.45am and explained to him that my novel about electing a Mayor in Salford is finally finished and up on my website, http://www.Salford.me/

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Apparently, ALL the candidates have put forward their version of how they want Salford to look in the new Millenium. I’ve found this one by the Tory hopeful. (If more turn up on the air waves, I’ll pass them on.) Meanwhile, keep calm, don’t panic, and don’t forget to vote on Thursday. If nobody gets any votes – well, it’s all been a bit of a big fuss, for nothing.

Manifesto from the Conservative ‘Mayor’

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Here he is, the other Mike Scantlebury. This is the Mike Scantlebury that’s skilled in art and design. Ah, that means he isn’t the one who lives in Salford and writes books. (Who knows, he probably doesn’t even care that we’re electing a Mayor in Salford in May. He may not. After all, looks like few people round here do, either.)