Happy Birthday, Roald Dahl!

James and the Giant Peach FREE ArrowToday is September 13th, and on this day in 1916 Roald Dahl was born. He went on to author books full of whimsy and fantasy, and in honor of his birthday today we are offering a special deal on The Arrow for one of his most popular titles, James and the Giant Peach:


AND it includes The Arrow Guidelines
  until midnight Sept. 15th (EDT)!

The James and the Giant Peach Arrow is always free, but for a limited time The Arrow Guidelines will be included with the sample. The sample gives you a feel for what a typical Arrow issue includes. The Guidelines explain how to use the program and they apply to ALL issues of The Arrow!

James and the Giant Peach is a beloved story about a young boy who is being raised by two difficult aunts – until he finds an escape through, as the title suggests, a giant peach. He is met by creatures of all sorts, such as worms and grasshoppers, and while the book is fantastical and funny it also has its dark elements.

Dahl’s writing is parallel to his plotlines – creative, and both humorous and dark. The following quote is a poetic passage from James and the Giant Peach that will give you an insight into Dahl’s mind and James’ story, demonstrating his style of dark humor:

“We may see a Creature with forty-nine heads
Who lives in the desolate snow,
And whenever he catches a cold (which he dreads)
He has forty-nine noses to blow.
‘We may see the venomous Pink-Spotted Scrunch
Who can chew up a man with one bite.
It likes to eat five of them roasted for lunch
And eighteen for its supper at night.
‘We may see a Dragon, and nobody knows
That we won’t see a Unicorn there…”

Be sure to grab the FREE Arrow AND the Arrow Guidelines

for James and the Giant Peach today!

If you’d like a copy of the novel itself, you can buy it through Amazon (aff link): James and the Giant Peach

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