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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Free Books Today

 

Norma Bieshir is an author who once was published by the big boys. She has several titles that were on the NYC list. She’s in the process of re-launching one of her novels. Check out this article: The Return of the Unicorn's Daughter

Also today, Norma is offering another book for free, Chasing the Wind. Click on the link below to get your copy.

chasing the wind

Chasing the Wind

Blurb:

Who is Connor Mackenzie? Is he the result of an experiment that should never have been undertaken...or is he the prophet foretold by an ancient text discovered in the Sinai wilderness? Around the globe, children are abducted. All of them are between the ages of five and six, all conceived by in vitro fertilization, and all extraordinarily gifted. In the Sinai, archaeologist Lynne Raven searches for proof of the Exodus and finds a papyrus proclaiming the emergence of a prophet sent to defeat the darkness that threatens to consume the world. In London, a powerful cartel manipulates politicians and industrialists and controls a think tank with an unthinkable agenda. One thing connects them all: the truth about Connor Mackenzie...
Revised, updated edition of the 2008 novel, now in multiple first-person points-of-view.
Norma Beishir is the bestselling author of fourteen previous novels. Collin Beishir is the author of the upcoming novel E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event).

Here’s another free read:

This one is by Melanie Jones Surani, The Silent Treatment (Kat Shergill Mysteries). PLEASE NOTE: For some reason, the link would not copy for me. ***shrugs*** Sorry, guys.

 

The Silent Treatment

The Blurb:

While rebuilding her life after escaping an abusive boyfriend, twenty-five-year-old Kat Shergill doesn't expect to find a piece of forgotten movie history during a bout of retail therapy. But there it is: a coil of long-lost silent film tucked inside an antique from an estate sale. Unfortunately, Peter, the handsome host of the sale, disappears before Kat has a chance to return it to him.
Curious, Kat watches the strip and is shocked to witness the brutal murder of a famous 1920's star by a fellow actor. Against Kat's wishes, the head of the department leaks the story of her valuable discovery to the media. Although she has no way of contacting Peter, who she keeps thinking about, guilt at being unable to return the piece, and unwillingness to reveal her idol as a murderer gnaws at her.
After a news article cites Kat as the film's owner, she's followed by a strange white car, her apartment is broken into, and she learns why some mysteries should never be messed with.

Also, working on a new blog to promote Indies’ and new authors’ books. Sir Poops and Hair Ball’s idea. It should be up and running next month.

Hugs and chocolate to all,

Shelly

12 comments:

  1. Thanks for the notice, Shelly! I love downloading free books :)
    Nutschell
    www.thewritingnut.com

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    1. Nut: So do I. I'm going to keep my eyes open for these and post them on my blog. Sir poops and Hair Ball have plans for these, too. Thanks for coming by. Please spread the word.

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  2. I really enjoyed CTW. Norma really did exceptional work with it.

    Melanie's book sounds good!

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    1. I enjoyed this one, too. I could barely put it down.

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  3. Thanks for hooking me up with some free books. They both sound good.

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  4. Thanks! I just got both of those and Stephen Tremp's Breakthrough, which is also free today on Amazon. My son was in-vitro, and that story sounds very interesting moreso in light of that.

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  5. On behalf of the authors, I want to thank you, Shelly. It is a harsh market out there for authors. You made it better not only for them but for the rest of us looking for something to take a chance on, Roland

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    1. I'm hoping to get more of these. I hope I can get authors to e-mail me a week ahead of time so I can plan my post for these.

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  6. I sure like the title THE SILENT TREATMENT. It's very clever considering the book's about silent movies and is a mystery. Nice idea. :-)

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Let me know what you think.