Ebook Double Feature at the #Kindle Fire Department

The Kindle Fire Department highlighted two of my books this week on their website. The Young Ladies of Mystery Boxed Set was featured as the Book of the Day, highlighting the $4.99 Kindle sale. (It’s also on sale for Nook.) Readers can save money by buying Twenty-Five Years Ago Today, Sink or Swim, and Dark Before Dawn in one download. The books have a combined total of more than 120 Amazon customer reviews. They are available separately for $2.99. Solve a cold case with aspiring reporter Kris Langley; discover the downside of fame with former reality show contestant Cassidy Novak; and meet teenage psychic Dawn Christian, who discovers that ESP spells D-A-N-G-E-R. You can read the Kindle Fire Department post about the book here. If you don’t have a Kindle, there are many more retailers listed at this link.

Also, the 99 cent sale for my essay anthology 25 Years in the Rearview Mirror: 52 Authors Look Back was featured at Kindle Fire Department. Inspired by my novel Twenty-Five Years Ago Today, this collection of poignant and uplifting essays is the perfect book to enjoy over your morning coffee. The stories will warm your heart, raise your spirits and compel you to examine your own life. Read about school days, quirky jobs, romance, raising a family, hard times, the writing journey, and find out what makes your favorite characters tick. This book will help readers to discover new authors for their to-read list, and inspire them to reflect upon the small defining moments that have shaped their own lives. Publishing credits of contributing authors include New York Times and USA Today bestselling. You can read the Kindle Fire Department post here. Many more retailers are listed here. It’s a great book for 99 cents, thanks to the talented authors who contributed. You can learn more about many of these authors on our Blog and Radio Tour.

About Stacy Juba

Stacy Juba writes mysteries, chick lit and contemporary fiction about Characters at a Crossroads for adults, teens and children. She is also an affordable freelance editor known for doing extensive editing on hard copies of her clients' manuscripts. Subscribe to her newsletter and/or follow her blog for freebies, resources and to discover new books.

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