I hope that wherever you are, you are keeping well and as comfortable as possible.
They're offered to you by three different authors.
Different genres, so there’s something for everyone
A love story (not romance) you’ll remember
“I had an urge to let you know how much it touched me,
and how beautiful a work it is.”
“Such a bitter-sweet story; funny, heart-breaking, whimsical and endearing.
Every Five Minutes
by Bronwyn Elsmore
a B.R.A.G. Award (Book Readers Appreciation Group) book
A woman, a man, a white dog.
The woman calls herself Gina, but it may not be her real name.
The woman calls the man Mr Chipzenburger –
definitely not his name.
The dog is less complicated and is happy to answer to Electra.
Their story will make you laugh and cry.
Barnes & Noble http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/1122161206
# FREEread # on Kindle Unlimited
E-book $1.99 cents this week only (US only - Amazon rules!)
or 1.99 UK
BONUS buy a copy of Every Five Minutes – ebook or paper
let me know and I’ll send you a free short story (PDF).
Prefer an historical novel?
by Mary Ann Bernal
Etienne and Avielle cross paths in Constantinople.
A spark becomes a flame, but when Avielle contracts leprosy,
Etienne makes a promise to God, offering to take the priest cowl
in exchange for ridding Avielle of her affliction.
Will Etienne be true to his word if Avielle is cleansed
of the contagion, or will he risk
eternal damnation to be with the woman he loves?
Amazon US: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B084F3PGRQ
Amazon UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B084F3PGRQ
Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/1136311917
Apple Books: https://books.apple.com/us/book/id1500476580
# New book - just published #
After the Calendar
by Meg Heaven
When you’re in your tenth year of fundraising,
it’s hard to come up with a new scheme.
Three women have an idea that could be a winner,
but it’s taking them way beyond their comfort zone.
The best possible taste is called for but
given the subject can they achieve it?
Then there’s the Board of Trustees – men who are bound to oppose
the women on anything beyond the domestic sphere.