Thursday, January 24, 2013

Genre Potpourri! Celebrate 2013 with sixteen 99-cent books, in this Post-Holiday sale

Don't miss the Post-Holiday Genre Potpourri Event! Today, January 24th, thirteen authors will offer their ebooks for 99 cents.

That's 16 ebooks each for only 99 cents. Choose from Literary Fiction, Fantasy, Women's Fiction, Romance and Young Adult. Now that the Holidays are over, cuddle up and relax with a good book!

You can see all books in this Amazon Amazon Listmania page. Or click on a book cover in our chicklet-grid below to see more. Below that is a short description of each book. Enjoy!



#1All the Lonely People, by Jess Riley"WANTED: a whole new family to share holidays with. Please have a good heart and be a thoughtful, polite person. No sociopaths, no pedophiles, no fans of the Kardashians. We're not weirdos, I promise....
#2Deeds of a Master Archer, by J. H. BogránFormer marine Douglas Rhodes and tech wizard Tom Stevenson started the day struggling to move a washing machine in suburban California, but they'll have to finish it in a strange land battling dragons...
#3Me Again, by Keith CroninMiracles can be damned inconvenient. That's what thirty-four-year-old stroke victim Jonathan Hooper learns when he wakes up after spending six years in a coma. Everyone calls Jonathan's recovery a "mi...
#4FALLING UNDER, by Danielle Younge-UllmanGutsy and provocative, FALLING UNDER is the story of a reclusive young artist struggling to connect in a world she doesn't entirely trust.

Mara Foster is a mess. A rollercoaster of a child...
#5Storykeeper (Nine-Rivers Valley), by Daniel A. SmithEmpowered by a dream, Manaha steps before the village fire. Against the taboos of her tribe, she demands that the children hear the truth about their abandoned homelands. Before she can finish h...
#6How to Cook Up a Disaster (DIY Dating), by Rachel Elizabeth ColeHer mother is in labour.
The guests are due to arrive any minute for her great-grandfather's 100th birthday party.
And she hasn't a clue how to cook a turkey.
Why did the man of her ...
#7Sweetwater American, by Eileen Cruz ColemanSet in Washington, D.C. and El Salvador, SWEETWATER AMERICAN is the story of an orphan and would-be filmmaker who is sent to live in a cursed town in El Salvador with her godmother, a woman who...
#8The Thief Who Stole Midnight, by Christiana MillerThrough this weekend only, The Thief Who Stole Midnight will be on sale for 99-cents!

Mike and Maddie, a young couple with a new baby, are rushing home to prepare for their first fa...
#9Stella and Dane: A Honky Tonk Romance, by Deanna Roy
  • A top 500 book for the Kindle, October 2012
Stella is one step from leaving her honky tonk town when bad-boy Dane roars down Main Street on his prized Harley-Davidson. Their dangerous...
#10FAMILY DECEPTIONS, by Loretta GiacolettoLength comparable to 455 pages. Pietro and Isabella Rocca are living a marriage of convenience in 1928 Italy. He allows his wife to rule the household, the farm, and their young twins. Isabella thinks...
#11The Family Angel, by Loretta GiacolettoA sequel and partial parallel to Chicago's Headmistress. Comparable to 390 pages, this 60-year saga of romance, deception, and crime reveals the Americanization of an Italian family, from immigrant bo...
#12As Crazy As You, A Collection of Short Stories, by Inge MooreIn these five stories, we follow the life of the main character, Celeste, from a coming-of-age moment, through an abusive marriage, several affairs, finding her inner strength then losing it again, an...
#13Rumpel, A Cursed Tales Novel, by Eileen Cruz Coleman
Rumpel is a dark and quirky retelling of Rumpelstiltskin in the same vein of Gregory Maguire's Wicked.

Why did Rumpelstiltskin want a baby' What was he going to do...
#14The Color of Water in July: A Novel, by Nora Carroll"A beautiful and gripping first novel. Highly recommend!" Darcie Chan, New York Times bestselling author of The Mill River Recluse.

Three generations of Carpenter women have spent summers ...
#15IN THE JUNGLE OF BLACK AND YELLOW, by Sachin WaikarSomething happened.

Something happened that night in Dharavi. Something that brought Sengupta from India to America.

He has come not for family, not for opportunity, but for veng...
#16It Started with a Whisper, by A.W. HartoinWishes are powerful things, if you belong to the MacClarity clan. You can ask Ernest for anything and he’ll make it come true, even though he’s been dead for nearly a hundred years. Puppy MacClari...

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