#TwoferTuesday No. 2 – #BookSale – ALL My Novels!

Just want to let the Immediate World know all of my full-length novels are on sale from now until April 30! Yep! ALL. Of them. πŸ™‚ Here’s the breakdown:

Book 1 of each of my series is always priced lower than the rest of the series, but now through April 30, both Wake-Robin Ridge and Swamp Ghosts can be downloaded for just $1.99! Here’s your chance to start a new series at a bargain price, if you haven’t already read these.

 

Buy Wake-Robin Ridge HERE

Buy Swamp Ghosts HERE

The rest of my novels will be on sale for $2.99 through April 30, too. So if you try Book 1 in the Wake-Robin Ridge series and enjoy it, you can download the other books in the series and save $2.00 on each one.Β  Included in this bargain price areΒ  A Boy Named Rabbit, Harbinger, and The Light.

Buy A Boy Named Rabbit HERE

Buy Harbinger HERE

Buy The Light HERE

And if you checked out Swamp Ghosts, Riverbend Book 1, and enjoyed it, you can also pick up Finding Hunter and That Darkest Place for the bargain low price of $2.99!Β 

Buy Finding Hunter HERE

Buy That Darkest Place HERE

Such a deal, right? πŸ˜€ Offer good for a limited time only, as they say, so I hope you’ll take advantage while you can. And I also hope you’ll share the news of this sale far and wide. I don’t do this very often, but I thought it might be helpful to lots of folks trying to stave off boredom during their enforced vacations at home. I know I’ve been taking advantage of sales everywhere, and not just on books. It’s one bright spot in this Hot Mess we are all trying to survive.

Thanks, and if you do check any of these out, I’d be very interested in hearing your thoughts.Β 

34 thoughts on “#TwoferTuesday No. 2 – #BookSale – ALL My Novels!

  1. Reblogged this on From the Pen of Mae Clair and commented:

    Being stuck inside is the perfect time for reading. My friend and Story Empire colleague, Marcia Meara, currently has ALL of her full-length novels on sale. Yeppers, you heard that right. If you haven’t already discovered the charm of a unique little boy named Rabbit or met the citizens of River Bend, now’s your chance to dive into both series. I’ve read all of these books and can vouch they’re excellent. Go forth and one-click!

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    • Thanks so much, Mae! It would be nice to think people were enjoying their “house arrest” with one of my books for company, for sure. I appreciate you helping me get the word out! πŸ™‚ ❀ And I hope every new reader loves these books as much as you do! πŸ˜€ ❀

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    • Yay! I hope you like it, Teri. It was a lot of fun to write, and I enjoyed incorporating the ancient Celtic legend of the Black Dog (or Ol’ Shuck, as he’s known in much of Appalachia). I’ll be eager to hear what you think. πŸ˜€

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    • Thanks so much, Natalie. Mark and I are hanging in there. I’m on week 6 of quarantine, but I don’t mind too much. I’m a bit of a hermit, anyway. πŸ™‚ At latest phone call, kids & grandkids are still doing well, too. Yay! Hope all is well with you, too, and hugs back atcha! πŸ™‚

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    • Thank you so much for sharing, Sally!! I don’t do sales too often, but it seemed like it might be helpful to make these more affordable to folks stuck at home with nothing to do. I have such a backlog of books already on my Kindle, it isn’t as much of a problem for me, but I’ve heard it rumored that many people aren’t so obsessive about grabbing book after book, while they still have stacks to read. πŸ˜‰ What can I say? Some people stockpile toilet paper. Me, I stockpile books! I like my plan better. πŸ˜€

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    • Glad you like it, Harmony! I figured folks are bound to get sick of watching TV sooner or later. Probably. πŸ˜€ Hope some of them decide to look for a few bargain books to keep them occupied for a bit. Thanks for sharing! I appreciate it very much. πŸ™‚ ❀

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    • Thanks, Diana. I’m doing fine with staying safe, and improving on the “well” part. Writing has been a total wash, but I’m hoping now that I feel better, I’ll be able to focus on my WIP again. I haven’t left my house in over 8 weeks, and should have been able to wrap up the entire novella in 3 or 4. Hoping to do get back into it this week, and get that thing outta my head and onto Amazon! πŸ˜€ Hope all is well with you? Nice to see you stop by today.:) ❀

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        • It’s weird, isn’t it? It’s like our brains are so overloaded with all that’s going on, many of us can’t focus on writing at all. And there’s nothing I hate more than wasting time, which is what I feel like I’ve been doing for 8 weeks! I should be easier on myself, considering I felt lousy and ran an intermittent low-grade fever much of that time, but I’m still annoyed that I couldn’t write. *sigh* However, that was then, and this is now, and hopefully I can get back into the swing of it. This is the first break I’ve taken (had forced on me) in over 6 years, so I should just be grateful I’m feeling better and gearing up to go again.

          I hope you continue to stay well, my friend, and here’s to happy writing days for both of us! πŸ™‚ ❀

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