I had moved my website to my blog, and in doing so, the link for my naturapathy ebook download was broken. It didn't come up as broken, because it was directed to the homepage, which is now my blog. However, there was no download link on the blog (my bad).
I have now made the link a direct download to the file, for anyone who wants to get one. Sorry, I can't post the hub URL here, you'll have to look it up. Gotta obey the rules.
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