Book Giveaway: Saint Patrick in Your Pocket

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It’s getting to be that time of year again…

You know what I’m talking about.

A time for celebration…

A time for raucous rabble-rousing with friends and loved ones.



Food and drink.

Pint glasses clinking.

Green confetti swirling in the air.

Of course, I’m referring to…

Free Book Week at!

Oh, and Saint Patrick’s Day. 

Both of those things are happening soon. 

But it just so happens that Free Book Week is happening sooner…

Right now, in fact.

If you’re reading this post between February 22nd and February 26th, you can use this link to go snag a free digital copy of my new book…

Saint Patrick in Your Pocket: 20 Questions With the Apostle of Ireland

The latest entry in my Celtic Pocket Guides series, this pint-sized primer on Saint Patrick highlights the more unusual and controversial aspects of the saint’s life.

Was he gay?

Did he kill people?

Was he technically even a saint?

Some of the answers might surprise you…

…or not, if you’ve been a long-time reader of

Speaking of, even if you’re a certified Saint Patrick expert, I’d be pleased as whiskey punch if you’d download a free copy of this tiny little book and leave it a tiny little review. That would be HUGE.

Also, I might be just a tad biased on this front, but I reckon that the paperback version of Saint Patrick in Your Pocket—which is literally pocket-sized (four inches by six inches)—would make the perfect Saint Patrick’s Day gift.

Whiskey? Stout? Soda bread? Irish cream? Sure, everyone’ll be bringing those to this year’s Saint Patrick’s Day party, just like every year.

Now’s your chance to stand out from the green-clad crowd by giving the gift of knowledge. 

Best of all, Saint Patrick in Your Pocket is sugar-free, alcohol-free, calorie-free, gluten-free, and, in the case of the digital version, just plain-old free (assuming you snag your copy between February 22nd and February 26th).

P.S. More of an audio-visual learner?

Subscribe to the IrishMyths YouTube channel and brace yourself: the Saint Patrick videos are coming!

Here’s a little something to hold you over until then…

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