Free on Kindle 8/30/2013 and 8/31/2013 Humor set in late 1930's before WWII, a U-Boat officer leads a task to test a cure for homesickness among sailors on long deployments near America. Tango Boat Dancers
FREE on Kindle today through 2 September, my Regency romance (think Austen) novella, A Perfect Duet. Quick description:
Meek Miranda Granville comes alive at the pianoforte -- except when Andrew Owen is beside her. His playing moves her, but his critiques of her spoil the effect.
As for Andrew, he only wants to share his training with her, but he always seems to botch it. The trouble is he'd rather run his fingers over her than the keyboard, but she's promised to his rogue of a cousin.
When his cousin stands her up at the village bonfire, Andrew gets his chance to strike a chord with Miranda, but to do it, he'll have to outplay both his rival and Miranda's father.
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Hidden HistoriesHIDDEN HISTORIES by Alexis Scott is a historical/family saga spanning four generations of women and almost eighty years, set in Ireland, Scotland and England. It is a story of loss: of the separation of mothers from their children and of the bonds between them. It is also about the impact of political and historic forces on ordinary lives, the interdependence of past and present, exploring how identity is transmitted from one generation to the next. Free Saturday only. I have another book - Tough Times - free on sunday 1st September. Tough Times is a black comedy about life on the edge. Written mostly in (west of Scotland) Scots and broad Belfast-speak and set in a dreary town somewhere in the west of Scotland in the very early years of the twenty first century it tells the story of six residents in a hostel for the homeless and of Rosie (ma Johnson), ex Bed and Breakfast owner turned hostel manager.
Tough Times Free Amazon Sunday only. Tough Times by Alexis Scott is a black comedy. Six hostel residents in a Scottish hostel for the homeless attempt to survive on the edge. The book illustrates that, in the midst of death there is life, that life is not just about survival but about a shared humanity and sense of purpose.
Imagine my surprise then when I bumped into Klara again. To steal another writer’s phrase, she’d been blown into the same small German town by the winds of war. Had it not been for her flaming red hair, I would not have recognized her. She’d lost weight. Who hadn’t? Her face was raw-boned, causing the eyes to appear even larger and darker than I remembered them. She was two ahead of me in the ration-card line, hugging herself warm in her thin coat.
Who was Klara? Who was Georg, and who killed Theo? Read more about one writer's fascination with Klara as he tries to find the truth about her and the men in her life.
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Nice Times Friday only free. Nice Times by Alexis Scott is a black comedy set in Nice and Glasgow. Two Scottish couples in their early forties go on holiday together. It is the millennium, France still has the franc and Nice promises affordable sun, sea and culture. Only the holiday is no cure for their respective ills: Gavin and Sheila still have to deal with their son Alan's teenage mood swings while Stuart and Madge's relationship continues to deteriorate. The holiday brings more than any of them bargained for and upon returning to Glasgow none of their lives will ever be quite the same again. Nice Times was previously published under the title Eating Wolves in paperback by Dewi Lewis in 2003.
Deaconsbank Saturday only free! last chance! When Moira Forrest - a writer of romantic fiction - is found dead from a stab wound in Patsy McCutcheon's garden in Glasgow's southern suburbs Detective Inspector Sarah MacLeod and her side-kick Hearst are allocated the task of investigating the murder. Sarah - born and raised on the Isle of Harris and in the Wee Free Church - finds the neighbours to be quite alienated from the police and the law as well as each other. Living a privatised existence there is no love lost between the Martins, the Hewitts and the Bensons and it is not just the (initial) prime suspect who is found to be telling a tissue of lies to the police. Set in the very early years of the New Millennium Sarah MacLeod finds herself embarking on a journey of personal discovery as well as the search for the Deaconsbank murderer. Meanwhile, on the other side of the fence, defence solicitor Maria Jannetta is about to embark on a personal journey of her own.
Stanley is living two different lives. In one life he is handsome, rich, famous and about to marry the girl of his dreams. In the other life Stan is broke, insecure and struggling to survive. Can one man really live two separate lives? You are about to find out!
Katzenfreunde - macht Euch bitte eine Eintragung in Eurem Kalendar: Free on Sept 10: "Why do Cats Have Nine Lives? 24 ridiculously simple concepts to live by" (Warum haben Katzen Neun Leben - na, weil sie wissen, wie man's macht. Katzen kriegen auch immer den Platz beim Fenster.) Why do Cats have Nine Lives? 24 ridiculously simple concepts to live by (English Edition) Umsonst am 10.ten September 0 bis Mitternacht (Seattle Washington time, PST) Neun 5***** reviews auf Amazon USA. Bitte Eure Freunde auch zu verstaendigen - Pls tell your friends, who love cats too. #Meow, Artemis (author + Gisela = Ghostwriter)
FREE 9/10 only Life's wisdom seen through the eyes of a cat:
"Why do Cats Have Nine Lives?" Why do Cats have Nine Lives? 24 ridiculously simple concepts to live by (English Edition) from award-winning author Gisela Hausmann Don't all of us envy cats? Cats seem to have everything under control: They eat when they want to eat, they sleep when they want to sleep, and - they always get the window seat. Cats are successful in achieving things "their" way. In ancient Egypt cats were even worshiped as goddesses. Cats' success principles work for all. See them in this ebook. Also download it to your iPhone to brighten your day
Don't all of us envy cats? Cats seem to have everything under control: They eat when they want to eat, they sleep when they want to sleep, and - they always get the window seat. Cats are successful in achieving things "their" way. In ancient Egypt cats were even worshiped as goddesses. Cats' success principles work for all. See them in this ebook.