Sweet Book Sale – Free and Discounted Books!
That’s right! For Valentine’s Day, we (meaning me and several other Indie authors) are offering several free and discounted ebooks (February 14th-15th). Special thanks for Amanda Tero for putting this all together!
Among these books are The Dressmaker’s Secret and The Lady of the Vineyard (both free today and tomorrow). Hopefully you all will be able to snag a copy! (If you do, tell me what you think!
Authors are always wondering if their books are any good.)
But … my books aren’t the only one sale/discounted! Be sure to check out these books from some of my favorite authors as well as several I myself have never read – but am looking forward to!
- Poison Kiss by Kendra E. Arnek
This looks like a neat novella! I have yet to read it, but it’s tucked away on my Kindle. Can’t wait until I have a moment to read it!
- Forget Not by Rebekah A. Morris
I haven’t read this one yet, but it looks like a sweet short story!
- The Dressmaker’s Secret by Kellyn Roth
(you should definitely grab this one …)
You know this one. 😉 You can read more about it here.
- The Lady of the Vineyard by Kellyn Roth
(and this one …)
Another familiar title, right? You can read more about it here.
- Coffee Cake Days by Amanda Tero
A sweet little short story. I’ve read it, and I really enjoyed it!
- Water Princess, Fire Princess by Kendra E. Arnek
This one looks exciting! And the cover is awesome. <3
- Finding Joy by Rebekah A. Morris
I’ve been eyeballing this story for a while, and I think I might just pick up a copy for myself today! Looks really good.
- Gift from the Storm by Rebekah A. Morris
Everyone has been raving about this one … why not? 😀 *needs more books*
- The Fragrance of Geraniums by Alicia G. Ruggieri
1934?!?!? I NEED THIS.
- Befriending the Beast by Amanda Tero
I love this one. <3 I was given the honor of beta-reading, and I’ve adored it ever since!
- Journey to Love by Amanda Tero
When I read this a couple years back, I could honestly say it changed my life. It really made me think differently about God.
- A Question of Honor by Jesseca Wheaton
AAAAAAH I LOVE THIS BOOK SOOOO MUCH I CAN NOT EVEN EXPRESS. *coughs* *clears throat* It’s quite good. (ALSO: my paperback copy is prettier than yours. *makes no sense*)
- Beyond the Horizon by Jesseca Wheaton
Another great story. <3
- Lady Dragon, Tela Du by Kendra E. Ardnek
What is it with Kendra and the super awesome covers?! Because her covers know how to rock it.
- All Our Empty Places by Alicia G. Ruggieri
More 1930s? *is so tempted to waste all my money* I mean, it wouldn’t be WASTING, exactly … right? Books are never a waste of money. In fact, I’d be getting hours of wondrous entertainment. Soooo …? Win-win?
- A Love to Come Home To by Alicia G. Ruggieri
The covers are also pretty. I love red and black …
- The House of Mercy by Alicia G. Ruggieri
Okay, this looks super cool! It’s all medieval-y!
- The Secret Slipper by Amanda Tero
Another book I really love! It’s super special because it’s a retelling of Cinderella (one of my favorites) with a father/daughter relationship.
- Finding Mera by Elizabeth D. Marie
Readers have described the author as a “C.S. Lewis of today.” Need I say more? (But really, it looks quite interesting!)
- A Time of Grace 3-in-1 by Alicia G. Ruggieri
Might just buy this. Because I plainly need all three.
25% off paperback
- Dandelion Dust by Faith Potts
THIS BOOK. It’s very emotional. (You should buy it.)
You might have noticed a couple books I have raved about here and on Reveries Reviews in that lineup. I’ve read several, and the ones I haven’t read look amazing, sooo … you should definitely chase the links and start buying!
I missed a post this Saturday. Friday night, I hadn’t come up with anything and words weren’t flowing in an orderly manner, so I just gave it up!
This Saturday, a different kind of post is coming.
I decided to write a post about why fictional stories are important … but I realize it was too big a topic for me!
You see, I’m a huge bookworm, but my experience with books is limited to just that – my experience! To fully capture why novels are important in this world, I need to show not just my experiences, but those of others.
So … I have a form for contributors to fill out! It will be open until tomorrow evening. I’m basically just asking me to tell you how fictional stories/novels have helped you in your life, what they mean to you, or why you think they’re important.
If you wish, you will be fully credited for your contribution. You may add multiple social media or blog/website links to the “link” section if you wish. Or you may remain anonymous. The choice is yours!
Happy St. Valentine’s Day!