Great idea from Kawanee shared by Chris The Story Reading Ape!
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Wow…The River Audiobook is LIVE!! Click on the picture to hear a sample of this 5***** short story/novella
To celebrate the release of the audiobook The River ebook is FREE for three December 29 – Dec31, 2015 Click on the picture to go to Amazon and claim your FREE ebook copy of The River!
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Olga features a Holiday Give-a-Way! Check it out and sign up!!
The holiday season is fast approaching and to celebrate, I want to bring you a giveaway I’m taking part in. As I’ve mentioned before in quite a few occasions (yes, I know I’m a bore), I belong to a number of author groups, and one of the authors in one of them, Elizabeth Marx , suggested organising a giveaway, where we would not only be giving a Kindle Fire away, but also sending a lucky winner our books for free (56 books in fact).
I wondered about trying to list all the books, but I thought you could have a look at some of them here
What do you have to do to take part in this wonderful giveaway and have an option to get the Kindle Fire with books by: Elizabeth Marx, Theresa Snyder, Olga Núñez Miret, Laura Taylor, Lisa Gillis, Tima Maria Lacoba, Jerrie Alexander, Sarah Jane…
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Wow…featured by Sally Cronin!! Thank you so much, Sally! 🙂
Today in Book Trailers a co-production between Patrick and Sandra Jones for The River – The Linden Chronicles. If the trailer does not give you the chills then you are not watching the same trailer I am!!
About The River
In rural Missouri, Crawford County has had more than its share of wildlife problems. Not even a year earlier the woods were home to a vicious killer brought back from extinction. In “The Wolf’s Moon,” Mark Lansdowne and his pal, Warren Skruggs, sent them back…but at a cost. Now something is haunting the rivers in Crawford County. The Missouri State Water Patrol must solve the deaths of several residents who died in “The River” but can they stop this menace before more people are killed?
A recent review for The River.
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