Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Free and bargain Kindle books! (Wednesday Feb 6)

Here is today's selection of free and bargain Kindle books!

The Spice of Life, by Jennifer L. Jennings. (Still free?)

This "heartwarming, humorous and inspiring novel about love, friendship, self-discovery, and letting go" is free today!

"I was mezmorized by the three main characters. I really identified with the loss and betrayal and the humorous ways they overcame them. Each character came out of their shell. The main character owns her own business and struggles to keep what little personal life she has out of the office. Through her assistant she finds confidence, beauty and love. She also has an opportunity to dramatically influence and impact another person whom she also met through her assistant. A beautiful story that reminds us there is more than first impressions to human beings and who we can become when we open our minds." -- Tammy Fernandez, Amazon reviewer


From the author of the bestselling Sarah Woods Mystery Series
Success can be a tricky proposition, intoxicating one moment and toxic the next. Vanessa Roth, CEO of her own advertising firm, is about to get the shock of her life; her husband of eight years has left her for another woman. As a result, Anna, her niece and only friend provides her with a healthy distraction. However, six weeks of Burlesque lessons is the last thing Vanessa saw coming as a gift for her fortieth birthday. Ultimately, she accepts the challenge against her better judgment and gets a lot more than she ever bargained for.

261 pages, with a 4-star rating from 19 reviews.



Here's a bargain Kindle book, available for 99 cents today!

Too Many Witches, by Scott Nicholson. (Still $0.99?)

Lots of strong reviews for this children's book that's sure to captivate your youngsters! Regularly $2.99, this is bargain-priced today at $0.99.

"A visual delight! This will make any elementary school kid giggle as the witches add some pretty gross ingredients to the brew. The funny prose is accompanied by colorful visual humor. It will leave you and your child smiling. Great gift for a teacher." -- Amazon Vine Voice reviewer

When Moanica Moonsweep plans a special Halloween party, her witch's brew has to be just right. So she invites her witchy friends over to help her plan the perfect kettle of gruesome stew. But when they can't agree on the nastiest ingredients, they end up with a very messy situation. A bedtime, read-aloud story for ages 5 through 8, teaching all little witches how to work together to solve a problem.

(Professionally formatted for optimal color view on Kindle Fire. Older Kindles will have black-and-white images with flowable text to meet Amazon specifications.)

32 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 9 reviews.



Everwinter (The Wrath of the Northmen #1 An epic fantasy novel), by Elizabeth Baxter. (Still free?)

"Great story that's got it all: deep and intriguing characters, beautifully described landscapes, good fight scenes, and mystery. In addition to the MCs, each supporting character is interesting in his/her own way. The swordfights illustrated throughout make you hold your breath, the scenes feel so real. This is a good start to a wonderfully unique epic fantasy." -- Amazon reviewer

Can science and magic ever exist in harmony?

The powers of old and new are on a collision course in the land of Thanderley. Ancient gods have broken free of their imprisonment and cursed the lands with a terrible winter, a scourge that is sweeping science and the new ways from the earth. In the city of Ral Tora, Bramwell, a young engineer, battles to save his home from the encroaching ice. But there will be no exceptions. The gods will reclaim what was theirs and destroy any who oppose them.

Once more, the balances are tipped. Magic and science cannot exist in peace, yet Bramwell must master both to save everything he loves from destruction.

Everwinter is a full length fantasy novel from The Wrath of the Northmen fantasy series.

Other books by Elizabeth Baxter:
Summer Storm (The Wrath of the Northmen fantasy novella)
The Last Priestess (The Songmaker fantasy novel)
Circle Spinner and Other Tales (a fantasy and science fiction short story collection)

292 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 8 reviews.



Timeless Trilogy, Book One, Fate, by Tallulah Grace. (Still free?)

Over 40 five-star reviews for this paranormal romance, free today!

"I loved the banter between Kris and her love interest, Nicholas. The chemistry between them was good and I might have liked to seen a little more happen between them. I also liked the friendship that Kris had with her friends: Cassie and Veronica. Their friendship was closer to a sisterhood and they were likeable and interesting. Her friends are in books two and three of the Timeless Trilogy. This is a great story and I recommend checking it out. " -- R. Foote, Amazon reviewer

Is precognition a prescription for happiness or disaster?

The good things in life are coming together for Kristina Collins. She’s found her ideal home, her career is on track for mega success and the man of her dreams has finally come back into her life.

In Fate, the first installment of the Timeless Trilogy, Kris Collins discovers the benefits and risks of having precognitive visions while being stalked by a serial killer. Her friends can’t help her, the FBI can’t save her; she must save herself.

The Timeless Trilogy heroines, Kristina, Veronica and Cassandra, each deal with paranormal abilities as they discover and rediscover eternal love.

160 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 121 reviews.



Here's a a bargain Kindle book, available for 99 cents today!

Post-Human Trilogy, by David Simpson. (Still $0.99?)

This bargain-priced book contains a highly-rated Sci-Fi trilogy with over 80 five-star reviews! Usually $5.99, it's available today for $0.99.

"For the first time this awesome and high entertaining trilogy is available in 1 book giving new and old readers alike the chance to enjoy this truly enthralling and riveting series in a whole new way. The series is well written and highly engaging, for fans of Transhumanism and just general Science Fiction stories this series is a must have and now as an added bonus you can save yourself a few dollars!" -- Amazon reviewer


GET ALL THREE POST-HUMAN TRILOGY BOOKS FOR 99 cents! (February 6th--7th) Get the entire Post-Human Trilogy for 83% OFF the regular price! This edition combines all three books, which are usually priced at $2.99 each for a total of $8.97, for just $0.99!
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This complete trilogy of popular books tells the epic and fast-paced story of the future of humanity and the extraordinary benefits--and profound dangers--of powerful artificial intelligence.
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This collected trilogy is for readers who are new to the series and want to experience the trilogy in one, 625-page, convenient ebook, while saving themselves a few bucks in the process. This series is the huge hit that it is today, with 125,000 downloads so far in 2012 because of the support of readers and the wonderful reviewers who graciously took a few minutes out of their lives to lend support. Without you, none of this would have happened. You've made a guy's dreams come true. Thank you!

"Wow! Reads like a action film in reeling off in your head!" -By Joanna Daneman --Sub-Human Review
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"A Better Read Than Many of the Big Names in the Genre." -By Michael J. Crow --Sub-Human Review
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"Post-Human, a noteworthy sci-fi novel" -Examiner.com --Post-Human Review

"A thought-provoking, energetic sci-fi book, with a robust dose of high-octane exploits." -A.F. Stewart, author of Chronicles of the Undead --Trans-Human Review

The series started in 2009 with Post-human, followed by it's sequel, 2011's Trans-Human, and then leading to the prequel, published in the summer of 2012, Sub-Human. The trilogy can be read in the order of publication or in the chronological order of the entire epic story. The ebook is ordered according to the narrative, but reading it in the order of publication is its own, rewarding experience. It's all up to your preference.

Readers have taken to calling this the "Human Series," and why not? It's the story of humanity's future, both the possible bliss, the possible torment, and all of the in between. It might expand your view of what "human" really means, it might make you consider the pleasures and pains of immortality, and reflect on the extraordinary benefits and profound danger of strong A.I. All of this delivered in an epic series, paced faster than most novels, with twists and turns around almost every page, and a set of characters with whom you'll fall in love.

684 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 149 reviews.



Reunion: A Search for Ancestors, by Ryan Littrell. (Still free?)

This book tells author Ryan Littrell's mesmerizing story of the search for his roots, and combines a compelling history of Scotland with a recounting of his genealogy research. Free today!

"Littrell brings the reader along as he researches, travels, meets distant cousins, and uncovers the history of his family....Reunion is an interesting and well-written book." (Leslie Lang, Talk Story Press)

"Littrell does it right, combining research, road trips, history, and colorful descriptions of the MacDonald homeland. If you like books about the thrill of the genealogy hunt, Reunion will fit nicely on your shelf." (Amy Coffin, The We Tree Genealogy Blog)

"Reunion: A Search for Ancestors is a fascinating story that is hard to put down." (Denise B. Olson, Moultrie Creek Books)

Where do I come from? That question sets Ryan Littrell on a fascinating journey that crosses centuries.

An anonymous letter reveals the first clues about his family story, and soon those clues lead to country graveyards, long-lost cousins, and a shocking DNA discovery. And as one hint follows the next, he uncovers his place in a tragic struggle--a tale of heartbreak, betrayal, and unfailing strength.

A real-life account, Reunion shows how our ancestors are still a part of us, and how our story began long before we were even born.

276 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 14 reviews.



Flashy Fiction and Other Insane Tales, by Jen Wylie. (Still free?)

15 stories in just over 100 pages, this 'flash fiction' anthology is free today!

"With titles like Every Time I Walk Into a Room, Why You Should Always Wear Clean Underwear, and It Was a Dark and Stormy Night, you never know what you'll get... a mix of horror, wonder, laughs, but always entertaining. The best part are the after-notes stories written by the authors. I love hearing where the stories come from." -- Jim Bronyaur, Amazon reviewer

An anthology of the strange, bizarre, and just plain weird.

Zombies, vampires, ghosts, and ...crickets' Try a taste of writing from two very different fantasy authors. Flash stories are super short and perfect for when you 'just have a minute'. This anthology contains 15 stories from authors Sean Hayden and Jen Wylie. Run the rampart of emotions in this exciting mix of tales. From humor to twisted, there is something for everyone.



Note: Some stories contain adult language.
Be sure to check out our second volume of bizarre stories, too!

108 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 15 reviews.



The Summer Called Angel: A story of hope on the journey through prematurity, by Sola Olu. (Still free?)

A highly-rated account of the author's personal experience with the birth of her premature baby girl. Highly-praised for its honesty and engaging writing, you can get this free today.

"Captivating and touching. This is an odyssey, a story of love, hope and strong determination. It is a very moving story and will keep you riveted till the end.The medical terms were properly explained which made them easy to understand. The story is so detailed and graphic that I could actually see myself in the hospital room with the author and the baby." -- Amazon reviewer

“My journey to motherhood began with a siren flashing, horn-blaring ride to the emergency room of a hospital. Within a day, everything I had imagined for the birth of my child changed.”

In June of 2004, graduate student Sola Olu was expecting. She was primed to receive a hard-won graduate degree from DePaul University. And, she was entering the third trimester of pregnancy with her first child. Amid the shimmering expectancy, one unexpected event turned her summer into a daze of apprehension and emotional agony.

When Sola went for an essentially routine visit to her doctor twenty-eight weeks into her pregnancy, she felt, at worst, a little tired. Instead, she was soon to deliver her daughter Angel at a perilously premature time. From the birth, Sola and her husband Chris were thrust into an unimaginable odyssey spanning seven months, several surgeries, and a painful imposed separation with their physically compromised newborn fighting daily to gain critical strength.

Punctuated by the actual medical reports during Angel’s protracted development, The Summer Called Angel provides intimate, hands-on details of the complexity of preeclampsia and prematurity as well as the emotional toll taken on parents who must witness their tiny baby struggle for life. With equal parts remorse and resolve, Sola and Chris struggle along, with the sole, all-consuming focus on their daughter’s survival. Throughout, Sola’s ever-growing knowledge of every new medical challenge underscores a love that knows no bounds of knowledge or time.

The Summer Called Angel also touches on Sola’s second premature birth and the emotional toll that ensues. Through everything the family is able to triumph and share their experiences to bring hope to others.

With candor and incandescence, The Summer Called Angel serves as a powerful tribute to maternal love in the face of unexpected challenges. It is certain to offer strength to readers attempting to process prematurity in their lives—and salve to those who have undergone a similar experience. All in all, rare and profound celebration of devotion is certain to resonate with parents everywhere.

196 pages, with a 4.9-star rating from 9 reviews.



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