Saturday, July 28, 2012

More Books To Read…Free

I’m always happy to pass along information on books whether it’s just my opinion of them, news of the latest releases, upcoming releases or in this case, eBooks that are available for FREE for a short time.

Today I have 2 free eBooks to share with you. If you have one yourself you’d like to share (or know of others), please feel free to mention it in the comments.

AngelSometimesHelenGinger300Author and fellow blogger Helen Ginger announced yesterday that her book, ANGEL SOMETIMES, is available FREE through Sunday, July 29, on Amazon.

Here’s a brief synopsis:
Angel Sometimes has a plan: Go home to Oklahoma and ask her mother why she loved her one day, then threw her out like garbage the next. Since her mother was never going to come looking for her, she'd go to her mother. To do that, she needs three things: her high school diploma, a car and a gun.

"The story of Angel's perseverance against all odds provided an exciting and satisfying read for me. I had a hard time putting it down to go to bed, grabbing my Kindle up the next morning to finish it before doing anything else." Excerpt from Review by Laura Eno

13268369Linkedln friend and author Wendy Cartmell is sharing her Olympic-themed crime novel, 40 DAYS 40 NIGHTS, A Sgt. Major Crane Novel, free on Amazon through today.

Here‘s what one reviewer had to say about the book, "A most innovative concept! 40 Days and 40 Nights explodes from the blocks with great pace, intrigue and a plot that leaves the hairs on the back of the neck standing on end"

Be sure to stop by today and check out these intriguing books offered by these wonderful authors. If you’d like, share this information about ANGEL SOMETIMES and 40 DAYS 40 NIGHTS with your friends. Thanks so much for stopping by. Hope you have a stress-free Saturday that is cool and relaxing.


  1. Mason - Thanks for sharing these! It's always nice to get some great reads, and free is even better. :-)

  2. I just downloaded Helen Ginger's book to my computer (I don't have a Kindle). I can't wait to read it, Helen has lots of stories that I'm sure she's interwoven into her book.

  3. I've had Helen's book since it first came out! Yay :) Off to check out Wendy's!

  4. Thanks for the tip, Mason. I'm downloading both of these right now.

  5. Love Angel's birdbath and garden on the book cover. Sounds like an interesting book!


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