GET 60 BOOKS FOR 99 CENTS EACH!
Happy National Book Month, dear readers! I have some very exciting news. My publisher, She Writes Press, is having a fall ebook sale from October 15th-25th where you can choose from 60 ebooks—including Beneath the Veil of Smoke and Ash—for just 99 cents each! It's time to load your eReader and stock up on holiday gifts for your friends and family. In case you didn't know, it's easy to give ebooks as gifts from Amazon and other retailers.
I've included the link below so you can sign up for exclusive access to all these deals first thing tomorrow morning. There are some incredible books included in this sale, and I plan to buy at least a dozen. And why not? This deal is too good to pass up.
And For those of you wondering where I've been ....
Many of you may recall that I promised an update on all my favorite summer reads when I last posted in June. It's now mid-October, so clearly I'm a little behind schedule. But I do have a good reason. I got a French Bulldog puppy in August, and she's totally taken over my house—and my life! Training Ellie is taking way longer than I predicted, so reading and writing has temporarily taken a back seat.
It's also my son's senior year, so we're spending a lot of time visiting and applying to colleges and savoring every second of his last soccer season. As for my daughter, she's now a freshman at a high school that is a little further from home than I'd like, but she's loving her new school and new friends, so I can't complain. Needless to say, life is busy, but I hope to be back on track in the coming months.
In the meantime, click on the link above to get access to all the 99 cent ebook deals and start your holiday shopping early. Or you can buy a dozen or more for yourself! October is the perfect time to sit on the back porch with a blanket, a pumpkin spice latte, and a good book. I just love watching the leaves fall in between chapters!
“I hope I can be the autumn leaf, who looked at the sky and lived. And when it was time to leave, gracefully it knew life was a gift.” —Dodinsky