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No Perfect Fate by Jackie Weger available free for limited time on Kindle

Cleo Anderson’s people skills are hesitant and her life broken, yet she is determined to leave her past behind. Alone is good and she is finding her way. On a whim, she parks her Play-mor in a fish camp in the wilds of the Okefenokee Swamp, where gators yawn, bears slumber, and snakes slither. The camp pace is slow, the owner kind, and the people friendly. Cleo encounters Fletcher Freemont Maitland and his goddaughter, eleven year-old Katie. Cleo didn’t know her life was about to unravel yet again, her heart would shatter, and that Fletcher Maitland would help her mend. But Cleo is about to find these things out the hard way. Both Fletcher and Katie will change her life and if Cleo does not learn to accept that life is bountiful and fate imperfect, she will lose both forever.

Genre: romantic comedy

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Tribe: The Red Hand by Kaelyn Ross available free for limited time on Kindle & Nook

Long ago, the Red Fever transformed a world full of light and life into a primeval wasteland littered with relics and decaying cities. In time, the scattered remains of humanity gathered into small, warring tribes.

For sixteen-year-old Kestrel Stoneheart, the ghosts of yesterday have little bearing on the future she has worked for her entire life: to join the elite warriors of her tribe and protect her people against all enemies.

But before she can stand beneath the Bone Tree and become a Red Hand, she must first survive the rite of the Kill.

What Kestrel doesn’t know is that the greatest danger lies hidden within her own tribe, a menace that threatens not only her life but the very existence of her people.

Tribe: The Red Hand, is a 35,000 word young adult dystopian story. It is part one of a serialized work, in which each installment moves Kestrel a little farther along an adventurous road of discovery about herself and her world. I can’t wait for you to join the journey!

Genre: YA dystopian

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Wake Me When The Sun Goes Down by Lisa Olsen available free for limited time on Nook and Kindle

“It was ironic that this happened to me, I was never a night person at heart. So you can see right off the bat why a vampire was the very last thing I would have chosen to be.”

Anja Evans wakes up in the morgue with a hell of a hangover. It takes almost eating her best friend before she figures out… she’s a vampire. When a dark and dangerous vampire shows up at her door asking to see her license and registration, Anja assumes Bishop is a regular cop. But breeding among vampires is strictly controlled, and her unlicensed status makes her an enemy of The Order. Struggling to find a balance between her former life and her undead one, Anja tries to blend college and living up to her new identity, all while searching to find the elusive Viking, whose blood gave Anja the strength of a vampire hundreds of years old.

Genre: horror

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The Eighties: A Bitchen Time to be a Teenager by Tom Harvey available free for limited time on Kindle

The decade of the 1980s has been called the Decade of Decadence. Decadence is defined as “the act or process of falling into an inferior condition or state; deterioration; decay” or my favorite, “unrestrained or excessive self-indulgence.” For a decade that brought us Cabbage Patch Kids, Garbage Pail Kids, leg-warmers and New Wave, was it really self-indulgence?! For one kid growing up in the Central Valley of California, it was a time of self-discovery . . . a transformation from a kid, to a teenager, to a young adult . . . his growing up years. At times utterly hilarious, at times poignant and powerful, Tom relives his teenage years in this true-to-the-last-word memoir. Where were you when John Lennon died? When the Space Shuttle blew up? When Lawrence Taylor ended Joe Theisman’s career on live TV? When the Loma Prieta earthquake rocked Game 3 of the 1989 World Series? Tom will tell you where he was and what it meant to him. You’ll also hear about first kisses, first loves, a joke about your Uranus, avoiding fistfights, the joys of minimum-wage jobs, college roommates, and WHOLE LOT MORE. If you’re one of the 70 million Americans who can claim at least one teen year in the decade, you can relate to the era . . . if your kids can’t understand your fondness for your Breakfast Club and Princess Bride DVDs, this book may teach them a thing or two about YOUR growing up years. Go ahead, say the word “bitchen” outloud. Yeah, it was a bitchen time, the Eighties . . . (and, yeah, the word can be spelled “bitchen” or “bitchin'” – the author prefers the former . . . )

Genre: memoir

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