Making Her Mark and other weekend freebies

Making Her Mark is free on Kindle March 24-26.

You don’t need a Kindle to read it. Kindle Apps are available for most phones and platforms, or you can use the Kindle Cloud Reader in your browser.

I have also gathered together a variety of other freebies that you might enjoy!

Click to download Making Her Mark, or read on for more details. 

Secrets and lies.

When everything changed, Kelli thought she would be happy. But nothing really changed.

Kelli’s life has never been easy. She’s always faced her problems head on. She’s strong and savvy and in charge of herself. All of that is about to change.

Her life is turned upside down when she discovers the secret that her mother has been hiding from her for years.

Kelli thinks this is her one chance at happiness. But is it?

Read a sample or click to download Making Her Mark.

Praise for Making Her Mark

“Another amazing read. The way [Workman] writes makes me feel like I’m living the story through the main character … I love [Workman’s] writing so much I build this relationship with the characters and it makes me think about them even outside of reading about them.”

And more freebies!

Shallow Graves, by Patrick Logan

Not all houses are made of brick and stone…Robert Watts is having the worst day of his entire life: first he’s laid off, then he finds out that his wife is having an affair… with his boss no less. And that’s only the beginning.

Robert Watts is having the worst day of his entire life: first he’s laid off, then he finds out that his wife is having an affair… with his boss no less. And that’s only the beginning.

Tied, by Lee Gabel (Instafreebie)

Two sisters: They each want a way out. They each have a plan…

Rejected by her older sister’s gang, Jess joins a rival gang and fights for her life on the streets of South Los Angeles.

Note: Please be aware that this novel contains strong language and gang violence.

Odessa Abducted Omnibus, Roger Hayden

The hunt for a kidnapper reveals a conspiracy unlike anything seen in the small town of Odessa, Texas. Notes left for investigators claim to be from the kidnapper, taunting them along the way and mentioning one former-detective by name, Miriam Sandoval. Miriam is then enlisted to help crack the case, but what she finds results in more troubling questions, including dead suspects who aren’t working alone.

Nag, Nag, Nag, by Kathy Steinemann (multiple vendors)

If you’re allergic to laughter, get your meds ready. Nag Nag Nag will exercise your laugh muscles. It might even make you wet your pants.

Megan and Emmett share many of the same quirks and problems as other married couples. The way they deal with them might take you aback.

Love for Scale, by Michaela Greene

Twenty-seven-year-old Rachel Stern is in a rut. Despite her mother’s best efforts, she is still single. At two-hundred and forty-two pounds, she still lives at home, the victim of a constantly-cooking Jewish mother whose force-feeding techniques have become legendary.

Sketches of Wakefield, by Philip Ross

Sketches of Wakefield is a book of digitally enhanced original photographs taken in and around the Wakefield district and edited to represent pencil sketches.

The Historic value of Wakefield is also available free!

The R.E.M. Effect, by J.M. Lanham

It’s 2021 and Paul Freeman just landed a job with Asteria Pharmaceuticals, a world leader in revolutionary drug development. Paul knows the company’s future is riding on the success of their latest product – a sleeping pill designed to interact with the human genome to deliver the perfect eight-hour sleep cycle.

Condemned by Fate, by V.L. McBeath (Instafreebie)

Rural England in 1839 shouldn’t be a place of conspiracy and betrayal. But when farm labourer Charles Jackson is imprisoned for a crime he didn’t commit, he wants answers … and revenge.

From the fields of Staffordshire to the despair of a squalid prison cell, one thing is clear. Charles has enemies.

Deadly Lies, by Chris Patchell

As a teenager, Jill Shannon fell victim to her stepfather’s cruel abuse. Now as an adult, Jill’s made it – she has a successful career and a solid, if not static, marriage to Detective Alex Shannon. Together they live out what seems to be a perfect life in Seattle.

Tell me what you think!

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