Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals!

free-thanksgivingIt’s Thanksgiving again, in the US this time! Big shopping weekend for my neighbours!

Nicole Locker’s Big Book Sale

I am taking part in Nicole Locker’s Big Book Sale. We have 50 participating authors, with 70 books being discounted for $1.99 or less between November 25-28! Get your holiday reading lined up and fill up those Black Friday ebook readers!

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I have the following on for the Big Book Sale:

eds-mockupEDS is free this weekend only!

With a long string of unbelievable stories to explain her frequent injuries, Social Services sees Katt is the stereotypical abused child. When she is admitted to hospital with yet another broken bone, they do the only logical thing to protect her, removing Katt from her mother’s custody.

But Katt and her mother know that something is wrong, and it has nothing to do with abuse, and the longer Katt stays in foster care, the worse her health gets. Can they get the answers they need before it is too late? Can they get the answers and get Katt back home?

ruby-3d-mockupRuby, Between the Cracks is also currently free, in anticipation of the release of Chloe, book #4 of the Between the Cracks series in January.

If you asked Ruby, she’d tell you she’s happy with her life. She’s tough and independent and doesn’t depend on anyone else. The road that has led her here has not been easy, and she’s blocked a lot of it from her memory.

But things aren’t as rosy as she would have everyone believe, and the road ahead of her is filled not only with gangs, drugs, and depression, but other challenges that Ruby hasn’t even imagined.

Winner of “In The Margins” Top Ten Best Books for Teens Award 2015 awarded to relevant books for our communities that validate, illuminate and humanize those living in the margins

tick mockupIn the Tick of Time is available for $0.99 this weekend only!

Matt Malloy, infectious diseases expert, for the DOH vector-borne disease division knew there was something wrong with the Buffalo Head infection cluster as soon as it hit his desk. But knowing it instinctively and proving it were two completely different things, especially when his boss and coworkers already thought that, battling sleep deprivation, he’d already gone around the bend.

Matt knew that solving the mysteries of the Buffalo Head cluster was a matter of life and death. He just didn’t know that it could be a matter of his own life and death.

More Deals!

But that isn’t all. I checked around for some more book deals happening this weekend. So here are a few more books to be thankful for!

Freebies!

wedefy

We Defy! by Tommy L. Attaway, Jr. is the story of a band of Texans who become frustrated with the loss of liberty in their lives and determine that the situation is no longer tolerable. Using the past as a guide, they found their own community and proceed to establish a society based on the principles which originally governed the United States and Texas. They decide to ignore unconstitutional edicts of the national government and live as the founders of the United States intended for free people to live. The Texans are equally willing to use the soap box, ballot box, and cartridge box as the situation dictates.

As the community grows, the residents are confronted with issues of local government and eventually they come to the attention of federal authorities. Those authorities are determined to enforce the US Code of Federal Regulations and the Texans bid defiance.

We Defy! is the tale of that return to a way of life of individual liberty and the resulting conflict with governmental authorities. The results of those actions impact the residents, Texas and the United States.

firefrostFire in Frost, by Alicia Rades

What would you do if a dead classmate came to you for help?

CRYSTAL FROST tells herself she isn’t crazy, but sane people don’t see ghosts. As her psychic abilities manifest, Crystal discovers there’s a much bigger story behind her mother’s Halloween-themed shop than she ever realized. Now blessed with the ability to see into the future, witness the past, and speak with the dead, Crystal must use these tools to save those who have come to her for help.

But that’s not an easy task between learning how to use her abilities, trying to hide them, and uncovering the secrets her loved ones have been keeping from her. Add blackmail to the list of things Crystal never thought would happen to her, and you basically have her sophomore year covered. Will she learn to control her abilities in time, or will the whole school learn of her secret before she’s ready to reveal it?

magickMagick, by Mira Monroe

Willow and her best friends, Emily and Lucy, are making plans for a great senior year and daydreaming about life away from sleepy Chepstow, Massachusetts. Willow tries for a life under the radar, where her biggest adventure is dating Daniel – voted best all-around guy. Her life is perfect, until a long-lost grandmother reveals that not only does she come from a long line of Wiccans, but she’s also part of the royal family – and next in line for the crown! Not everyone is happy to discover this outsider is about to take the throne, and Willow’s life is in danger – along with those around her. Willow’s world is turning upside-down, as a new realm invades, complete with rogue Guardians and a handsome warrior who’s sworn to stand by her side. Rhydian knows everything she doesn’t, and Willow must learn to use her magick to uncover the dark secrets about her family’s past in order to save the Edayri realm and everyone she’s ever loved before it’s too late.

love-and-selfLove and Self Discovery, by Samantha C. Fischer

Adamina is a senior in high school who is discovering that she may not be the perfect Christian girl her parents want her to be.

 

 

saving-angelSaving Angel, by J.L. Weil

I wondered what my life would be like if we had never moved to the ho-dunk town of Spring Valley, Illinois. Sure the internet service was splotchy, there was nothing but miles of wheat fields, and I probably wouldn’t be faced with death at every corner.

My only neighbor in this god forsaken town was…well there really was only one to describe him, hot as hell. With his sinful dark looks, unusually silver eyes, and kissable lips, there was something about him that was more than meets the eye.

Of course I was determined to find out.

undelightedThe Undelightened, by Bentz Deyo

Leam Holt’s eighteenth birthday tomorrow caps the most depressing year of his life, marking the anniversary of his failed delightenment—the soul-darkening, magic-bestowing rite of passage that should’ve launched him into the fight between Darkness and Light. Making things worse, Leam’s insufferable brother, Zach, the pride of the family, is set to delighten in a few short hours.

When Gideon, the evil leader of Darkness, arrives to preside over Zach’s ceremony, the course of Leam’s life takes a drastic turn. Rather than fading farther into the background, Leam is ordered to undergo a series of brutal trials. Vast magical power is suddenly within Leam’s grasp if he triumphs, but Leam can’t seem to stay away from a beautiful girl of Light, and his testing is yielding disturbing results.

As Leam begins to uncover secrets on both sides of the war, he realizes the fate of humanity is at stake, and he may have the most to lose in the fight.

firefrostFire in Frost, by Alicia Rades

What would you do if a dead classmate came to you for help?

Crystal Frost tells herself she isn’t crazy, but sane people don’t see ghosts. As her psychic abilities manifest, Crystal discovers there’s a much bigger story behind her mother’s Halloween-themed shop than she ever realized. Now blessed with the ability to see into the future, witness the past, and speak with the dead, Crystal must use these tools to save those who have come to her for help.

But that’s not an easy task between learning how to use her abilities, trying to hide them, and uncovering the secrets her loved ones have been keeping from her. Add blackmail to the list of things Crystal never thought would happen to her, and you basically have her sophomore year covered. Will she learn to control her abilities in time, or will the whole school learn of her secret before she’s ready to reveal it?

tucsonThe Tucson Prophecy, by C.L. Wells

Jimmy O’Conner, an enforcer for the Chicago mob, is in a race against time. A visit from a supernatural being, a cryptic prophecy, a psychotic killer, and a little girl named Angel have turned Jimmy’s trip to see his dying sister Sarah upside down. Can Jimmy save the little girl from the killer’s clutches and possibly help save Sarah’s life? Who is sending him these cryptic messages to enlist his help? Can this mysterious person really help save his dying sister? Jimmy’s not sure exactly what’s going on, but he is certain of one thing; he would do anything to help save his sister’s life – anything.

$0.99 Deals

dreamsDistant Dreams, by Alicia Rades

Kai Watson is only 16, but she’s never had a real dream in her life. Each night, she leaves her body, travels to a new location, and adds the sites she sees to her “dream book.” When she witnesses the brutal murder of upperclassman Darla Baxter while astral traveling, Kai is determined to stay out of it. She never saw the murderer’s face, and who would believe her anyway?

Now Kai has lost her ability to astral travel, and she’s forced to relive the murder each night in a nightmare. With no word on Darla’s body, Kai decides to take the mystery into her own hands to find closure and get back to her travels. As she searches for answers, she continues to bump into Darla’s brother, Collin. Can she catch the killer and still open her heart to Collin, or will she lose her gift forever?

 

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