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KND Kindle Free Book Alert, Thursday, June 30: A possible successor to Stieg Larsson tops 700 Free Titles, searchable by category! plus … Imogen Rose’s PORTAL (Today’s Sponsor, $0.99)


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PORTAL (Portal Chronicles)
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What happens when Olivia attempts to create a perfect world for herself and her children, but her daughter resists? Fans of time travel, romance, and the supernatural will love the answers…

FOUR FOR THE KINDLE BY IMOGEN ROSE:

FAUSTINE (Bonfire Chronicles Book One) 
PORTAL (Portal Chronicles) 
EQUILIBRIUM (Portal Chronicles Book Two) 
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Come Find Me Two Years Ago…

Six words that propelled ice hockey playing tomboy, Arizona, into an alternate dimension.

She suddenly found herself in the past. In one moment she went from being an ice hockey playing teenager in New Jersey to a glamorous cheerleader in California. She found herself transported from a happy life with her dad, Dillard, to a new, strange one living with her mother whom she hates. Apparently it’s a life she’s always lived in.

Everyone knows her as Arizona Darley, but she isn’t. She is Arizona Stevens.

As she struggles to find answers she is certain of one thing- that her mother Olivia, a brilliant physicist, is somehow responsible.


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“Get ready for a whole new breathtaking ride into the supernatural. Portal starts off with the story of a teenage girl named Arizona Stevens who wakes up in the back of her mom’s car, and a whole new life. The story starts off with a bang and keeps you guessing until the end, or rather until the suspenseful climax which leaves the reader hanging until the next book comes out.

–Robin Landry, Top 1000 Reviewer,VineVoice


About the Author

Imogen Rose is the author of the bestselling YA series, the Portal Chronicles. She was born in a small town in Sweden and moved to London in her twenties. After obtaining a PhD in immunology from Imperial College, she moved with her family to New Jersey, where she’s been based for the past ten years.

The warm reception her first novel Portal received encouraged her to continue with the story and the Portal Chronicles. Book two (Equilibrium) and book three (Quantum) are now available. Book four, Momentum, will be available this summer. Faustine is Imogen’s first book in her new series, the Bonfire Chronicles.

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Kindle eBook of the Day: 4.9 Stars and Just $2.99 on Kindle – Make Terrence O’Brien’s THE TEMPLAR CONCORDAT the next great reading experience in your life

If you loved the ideas behind Da Vinci and The Lost Symbol, but you weren’t so crazy about all the arty esoterica, THE TEMPLAR CONCORDAT could hit your sweet spot.

Here’s the set-up for Terrence O’Brien’s The Templar Concordat, 4.9 stars from 9 reviewers and just $2.99 On Kindle:

When the truth is your greatest danger, and the enemy knows the truth, things can only go downhill when the enemy finally gets the proof. And that’s the proof the Hashashin get when they steal what the Vatican doesn’t even know it has.

Now the infallible decrees of two Twelfth Century popes and three kings, stolen by the Hashashin, threaten to catapult the bigotry, bias, and religious blood baths of the Third Crusade straight into the Twenty-First Century.

When Templars Sean Callahan and Marie Curtis are drawn into the mess, they face an ancient enemy that has already nearly won the battle, a newly elected Mexican pope being undermined by entrenched Vatican powers, world class scholars who will sell their prestige to the highest bidder, and terrorists lingering over lattes in sidewalk cafes.

Moving from Rome to London, Switzerland, and Saudi Arabia, Callahan and Curtis are desperate to find some way to stem the success the Hashashin are having enlisting the majority of moderate Muslims in their Jihad.

From the reviewers:

Could hardly put it down for 2 days. Highly recommended. –CWS

Wow, What an exciting ride! I didn’t want the book to end.   Terrance O’Brien can really, really write! If you like Vince Flynn, Jack DuBrul, Brad Thor, Dan Brown and similar authors you are going to love this new author.– buffmiller

It is definitely of the caliber of the DaVinci Code and its progeny. I have really enjoyed reading it. –Soozie

Along the lines of The DaVinci Code and Steve Berry’s books, Templar Concordat is the perfect mix of history and action. The history sets the stage in the beginning of the book, then the action takes over and never stops. –Common Sense Colorado

After leaving the Marine Corps I began a career in mine and oil field development.  So, I have followed the oil fields spanning Alaska, Saudi Arabia, and Indonesia, and now live with my wife in Kansas City where I became a floor trader at the Kansas City Board of Trade.  I’m currently working on Avram’s Cross, the second book in the series.

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KND Kindle Free Book Alert, Wednesday, June 29: SHRINKAGE: THE NOVEL tops over a DOZEN BRAND NEW FREEBIES added to over 700 Free Titles, searchable by category! plus … Daniel B. Silver’s COP (Today’s Sponsor, 5 Stars, $5.95)

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Silver, who counts Fight Club’s Chuck Palahniuk as a muse, imbues his prose with a cynical swagger, a smattering of profanity, and irreverence toward the status quo. One humorous passage includes academy officers grilling Cohen on his many tattoos, suspecting the half-Jewish recruit of being a skinhead. He shows up for his interview in a vintage suit, attends punk shows, and has sex with his girlfriend in the women’s bathroom of the Fillmore — in short, a cop anti-establishment San Franciscans can dig.” –Lauren Smiley, SFWeekly.com


Cop: A Novel

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5 stars – 7 Reviews

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(Editor’s Note: I’ve read a lot of gritty, stunningly realistic first-person narratives of the seamy, seedy side of urban life, and even lived some. Usually, if the material is great, I lower the bar a bit with regard to literary expectations and still enjoy and am enriched by what I am reading. But every now and then we come across someone with an amazing story to tell, and real gifts as a writer. Here’s a case in point: Daniel B. Silver. Don’t get me wrong: he’s not Jane Austen or Henry James, but he can flat out write. If this was 1956 and someone smart put Cop – A Novel into the hands of Lawrence Ferlinghetti or Gregory Corso and they read it, the inevitable result would be that they’d be calling him the Kop Kerouac and they’d be getting him to read at City Lights Bookstore and Allen Ginsburg would be trying to…. Never mind, and please pardon my lapse into time travel, but this is just a great piece of writing and a brilliant, funny, dark look into the realities of a cop’s life. Check out the FREE sample, but don’t be surprised if you end up buying the book. And reading it. And loving it. –S.W.)


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Author and law enforcement officer Daniel Silver tells the story of a tattooed punk rocker turned rookie San Francisco policeman, Dougie Cohen. In his first year on the job, the stresses, horrors and frustrations, Dougie encounters take their toll on his patience, health, sanity and love life. Dougie struggles with night terrors, addiction, disease and the loss of his former self to his new police persona. Dougie is on a collision course with the reality of urban law enforcement. He’ll either break, or accept the fundamentals of what it means to be a real cop.

 

One Reviewer Notes:


“Realistic, insightful, touching, humorous and extremely entertaining. Exposes segments of our society that few know exist. Brings to light what city police deal with on a daily basis in the streets; no grand criminal conspiracies, just real life. Exceptionally talented new author with an intriguing writing style. A must read!

–J. Millspaugh


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Why did the author become an EMT on a transport ambulance before studying to become a 911 paramedic for three years followed by seven years – so far – as a cop? Because he believed “that the only way I was ever going to learn to write anything worth reading was to get my hands dirty.” To learn more about Daniel B. Silver…

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Kindle eBook of the Day: Think “Jodi Picoult meets Stieg Larsson” in Jacqueline M. Lyon’s award-winning thriller THE MARRIAGE OF SILENCE AND SIN, just $2.99 on Kindle, and here’s a free sample!

Here’s the set-up Jacqueline M. Lyon’s The Marriage Of Silence And Sin, just $2.99 on Kindle:

“The Marriage of Silence and Sin” has won the SILVER MEDAL for the 2011 Independent Publisher Book Awards for the mystery/suspense/thriller category. If you like Jodi Picoult or Stieg Larsson, the book will grab you and run. The plot-driven story takes the reader on an electric ride from the sleepy banks of the Ohio to Ciudad Juarez, unfolding a grisly mystery. Dicey Carmichael, a quirky British literature professor, is faced with the alleged suicide of a friend and former student. Convinced the death was a tragedy much more sinister, Dicey draws her best friend, Gale Knightly, an uptight, fast-track lawyer, into the lethal web to help uncover the horrific truth.

Desperate to find answers, Dicey and Gale turn to the artwork the young woman left behind. Her provocative and disturbing paintings give voice to the tortured past she could not confess in life. But was her past so dark that she preferred death over life?

What if the young artist knew that someone she loved was in danger? Perhaps then she would speak out—even if it meant forfeiting her life at the hands of a killer. As Dicey and Gale dig deeper into the mystery of the girl’s death, they find disturbing connections within their own lives. As they seek to give voice to their dead friend, the women must first face their own fears and prejudices to finally uncover the murderer. Will the best friends untangle the tragedy before death strikes again, but this time much closer to home?

Draped in wit and irony, “The Marriage of Silence and Sin” is a riveting, cautionary tale that explores the intermingling of human experiences, choice and fate in molding the human condition.

Early Reviews:

“Many of the secrets revealed in
The Marriage Of Silence And Sin are dark indeed, yet Lyon never wallows in them nor uses them for gratuitous purposes. . . . The characters are vibrant, believable, and relevant to the contemporary world. . . . Lyon’s debut novel is well worth reading. She is a writer to watch for in the future.” –Janine Stinson, ForeWord Clarion Review.

The Marriage Of Silence And Sin is a “can’t put down” novel filled with intrigue and suspense. The story starts at the funeral of a young girl who committed suicide. Her father, friends and boyfriend are all in attendance. The story then gets into the minds of these characters, ultimately ending with an interesting twist. Great read! –Bam

Anne K. Mellor, Distinguished Professor of English, UCLA, read The Marriage of Silence and Sin with “great pleasure.”

“Spent the whole morning in bed reading your book! Could not put it down . . . LOVED IT!” — Julie Martina, Anderson Township

“Your book is riveting! I’ve written that ‘I’ve finished . . . ‘ BUT, the story will remain with me for a long, long time! At the end . . . my heart rate/blood pressure was UP and RACING in the wee hours of the morning . . . . the story left me feeling every emotion humanly possible ! It made me sad, happy, laugh and scared to death!” — Mary Joe Karch, Cincinnati


Jacqueline M. Lyon holds a master’s degree in Health Planning and Administration from the University of Cincinnati and a master’s degree in Education with a concentration in English from Xavier University. 
After beginning her career in the corporate world, she changed tack and entered academia. Today, she teaches writing and literary survey courses at Xavier University. Although The Marriage of Silence and Sin is her first novel, she is a published poet who views writing as “a passionate exploration seeking to uncover the internal and external factors that shape the human condition.” She lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, with her husband, Michael, and her two daughters, and is currently at work on her second manuscript. 

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KND Kindle Free Book Alert, Tuesday, June 28: April Thomas’ ENDURANCE and a compilation of recipes from Kali the Food Goddess top over 700 Free Titles, searchable by category! plus … Murder was never so refined: Dara England’s 5-star ACCOMPLISHED IN MURDER (Today’s Sponsor, $0.99)

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“Drucilla Winterbourne is shocked when her friend Celeste suddenly marries. Drucilla has the uneasy feeling that all is not right with Celeste’s marriage and when Celeste sends her a letter begging her to visit, Drucilla drops everything to be there with her friend. But is she too late?”  

–drebbles, Top 1000 Reviewers



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When her holiday on the coast of Cornwall takes a deadly turn, it is up to Drucilla Winterbourne to uncover the dangerous secrets the inhabitants of Blackridge House will do anything to conceal. But can a proper young lady from London society comprehend the dark motives of a killer?

Accomplished In Murder is the first in a series of historical mystery novellas featuring intrepid Victorian heroines up to their bustles in crime. These works are only loosely connected and can be read in any order.


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Accomplished in Murder is a wonderful historical mystery. It’s short, but that doesn’t take away from its charm. The writing is well done and the mystery is well plotted. The pace is great and the characters, some nice, some shady, are well developed for a novella. The historic details were quite well drawn. To tell the truth, I wasn’t expecting to enjoy this novella as much as I did. I’m so happy I found it!

–Annie B, Vine Voice


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I’ve been writing for two years now as Dara England, a name that merges my interest in the paranormal with my love of all things historical. The most satisfying thing about writing is the opportunity to escape into a new world, where fantasy and reality exist side by side. I hope that’s an experience my readers enjoy as well.
If you’d like to get to know me a little better, you can visit me at my home on the web: http://www.daraenglandauthor.com

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Barbara Marr is back in this second laugh-out-loud mystery where high-profile crime and suburban living collide: Karen Cantwell’s 5-Star CITIZEN INSANE is our eBook of the Day – 5 Stars and Just 99 Cents on Kindle!

Here’s the set-up for Karen Cantwell’s Citizen Insane, 5 stars and just 99 Cents on Kindle:

If you think PTA meetings are boring, then you haven’t attended one in Barbara Marr’s neighborhood, where MURDER is on the agenda. 

Always one to stumble into trouble, Barb learns the hard way that a seemingly innocent yearbook scandal is actually part of a more sinister and deadly plot. Join soccer mom and movie lover Barbara Marr in this second laugh-out-loud, chaotic mystery, where high-profile crime and suburban living collide in an unexpected fashion.

From the reviewers:

Cantwell handles her characters with flair and pizazz. There’s no doubt about it; this book is utterly implausible. But it’s a dang enjoyable read.  I wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys silliness, suspense, romance, or all three combined. –Nancy Fulda

In this second great Barbara Marr mystery she once again finds herself in the middle of improbable crazy situations. As you ride the roller coaster the improbable becomes possible and all makes sense. A great fun romp full of fun characters and quick wit.  Grab it! –Cynthia Rielley “Momster”

In this follow up to the riotous Take The Monkeys and Run, Barb once again gets herself into scrape after escalating scrape and comes out with a grin on her face and her sense of humor intact. And guess what? She does the same for the reader. — LB Gschwandtner

The giggles start with a bunny and then the LOLs start rolling in at the PTA. What a book!  Overall, great, fun cozy mystery that’s worth way, way more than the cost! Well done!! –Annie B. “booksrule”


I have been writing plays and short stories for many years.   Some of them were published in various college literary magazines. More recently, my short story “The Recollections of Rosabelle Raines,” was published in the mystery anthology Chesapeake Crimes: They Had it Comin’ available at Amazon.com.

My first novel,
Take The Monkeys and Run, is a comedy-mystery, inspired, to some degree by a true monkey sighting in my own neighborhood. Because I love to laugh as well as make other people laugh, I have great fun writing the characters Barbara Marr, her friends and her adversaries. When I set out to write this book, I knew I wanted to write something that would lead readers to say, “Now that was FUN.” I HOPE I have achieved that goal. And if I did, please feel free to drop me a line at and let me know! I love to hear from readers. (Especially if they LIKE the book!)

I’ve recently released a new book called FOXY’S TALE, co-written with my friend LB Gschwandtner. This is the first in a planned chick-lit series. You can find out more about these upcoming books at my website, www.KarenCantwell.com. I hope you’ll stop by!
email: karen.cantwell@yahoo.com

And here, in the comfort of your own browser, is your free sample:

 


Publetariat Dispatch: Game Changer – JK Rowling’s Pottermore & Ebooks Without A Publisher

Publetariat: For People Who Publish!
In today’s Publetariat Dispatch, Alan Baxter takes a closer look at JK Rowling’s new Pottermore undertaking, and what it could mean for the future of publishing and sales of ebooks.

The internet has been abuzz lately since mega-billionaire-super-author, J K Rowling (of Harry Potter fame, in case you’ve been a monk in a cave for more than ten years) announced Pottermore. In a nutshell, it goes like this:

After seven books and eight films and more merchandising than you can fit in George Lucas’s ego, Rowling has now announced a website which will be a complete interactive experience for all ages based on her stories. Along with that she’s announced that for the first time ebook editions of the Harry Potter series will be made available. Well, legal ebook editions that is. Rowling truly is the master at monetising her ideas and characters, having turned some books about wizards at school into an international behemoth across all media.

With Pottermore, as the press release says:

For this groundbreaking collaborative project, J.K. Rowling has written extensive new material about the characters, places and objects in the much-loved stories, which will inform, inspire and entertain readers as they journey through the storylines of the books. Pottermore will later incorporate an online shop where people can purchase exclusively the long-awaited Harry Potter eBooks, in partnership with J K Rowling’s publishers worldwide, and is ultimately intended to become an online reading experience, extending the relevance of Harry Potter to new generations of readers, while still appealing to existing fans.

It’s a pretty inspired concept. Of course, Rowling with her riches and business partners is the kind of author with the kind of clout you’d need to make something like this happen.

The real game changer among all this, however, despite the partnership comment above, is that the ebooks will be essentially self-published. Her publishers, Bloomsbury, Scholastic, etc., don’t own the eletronic rights – and I bet they’re really happy about that. So Rowling is planning to make the ebooks available directly through Pottmore. Of course, when Rowling self-publishes, she’s has a team of people behind her and her own company on the case, so it’s not like she sits there on her own and uploads files to Amazon. But the key here is the lack of a third-party publisher.

The Kindle will accept epub format ebooks soon and the announcement that the Harry Potter ebooks will be available from October seems to fit in with that, so it’s likely the books will be in epub. That certainly does seem to be the prominent format and, aside from Amazon’s mobi format, has been the industry leader all along. Once the Kindle accepts epub too, we have the first stage of industry standardisation and that’s a good thing for all of us. Perhaps we have Rowling to thank in part for forcing that change – who knows who talked to who while this was getting off the ground.

Authors leveraging their existing print success to manage their own ebook releases is nothing new – just see J A Konrath’s example for one. But nothing on this scale has happened before and we can see things shifting a little more on the axis. I’ve said it before – we’re living in exciting times in writing and publishing and the ride ain’t over yet. I wonder how many kids will get an ereader with a set of Harry Potter books on board for Xmas this year? This will be a big step in mainstreaming ereaders, which are becoming more and more mainstream anyway. On a recent flight to Melbourne I noticed several people reading from Kindles and Sony Readers while waiting for my plane.

The kind of cross-media storytelling and promotion which Pottermore represents is certainly not new, but we’ve seen nothing on this scale before. Just the official announcement video is better than any book trailer a lowly author like myself could hope for. I wonder where we go from here?

Here’s the official release video from Rowling herself.

And here’s the Pottermore site.

Interesting times indeed. What do you think? Is this a good thing or not? Where do things go from here?

This is a reprint from Alan Baxter‘s The Word.