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Declare Your Independence



Here at Two Dollar Radio we salute the bold, independent people who make this country great. Our work is for the adventurous spirits who thirst for more, who push boundaries and like to witness others test their limits. Celebrate Your Independence this Independence Day weekend by scoring any 3 eclectic, vibrant books from one of your favorite independent book publishers for just $30.

Bolder than a local politician in a holiday parade, while safer than a Nuclear Sunrise firecracker, these books pack a punch.

Deal ends Tuesday, July 5!
Posted by Brett Gregory on 03 July, 2016 3 for 30, America, Columbus, Independence Day, Sale, Two Dollar Radio | 0 comments
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