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What time is it? It’s GIVEAWAY time! Check out Bellingwood Boxed Set: Books 1-3 by Diane Greenwood Muir and find out how you can enter! All Free!

A magical coming-of-age story from Coretta Scott King honor author Jewell Parker Rhodes, rich with Southern folklore, friendship, family, fireflies and mermaids, plus an environmental twist: Bayou Magic

There are secrets only the dead can tell. And some of these secrets refuse to remain buried… The Girl and The Field of Bones by A.J. Rivers

The more you look for love in all the wrong places, the more you wonder if it was right in front of your nose all along… The Dating Itinerary by Brooke Williams

The battle for mankind’s future is upon us… and it rests in the hands of one forgotten soldier… Exodus Ark by J.N. Chaney

Live a better, longer life AND enjoy every moment of it… Unlock Bliss: A Memoir Of Getting Happier by Dr. Zeev Gilkis

What time is it? It’s GIVEAWAY time! Check out A Lotus Grows In The Mud by Goldie Hawn and find out how you can enter!

She shouldn’t have stayed. Now she can’t leave…. Blood Secret by Jaye Ford

Perfect for not-so-scary storytime: Halloween With Snowman Paul by Yossi Lapid

This is not a fairy tale. This is about real witches: The Witches by Roald Dahl

Telling her smoking hot boss that she was married seemed like a good idea at the time…. Working Stiff: Runaway Billionaires #1 by Blair Babylon

For fans of THE DA VINCI CODE, THE RED TENT and THE CONFESSIONS OF YOUNG NERO: The Mystery Of Julia Episcopa by John I. Rigoli and Diane Cummings

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National treasure, Dolly Parton, will be reading bedtime stories for your kids starting April 2nd!

Calling herself “the book lady,” Dolly invited everyone to join her for “Goodnight with Dolly.”…  Support our news coverage by subscribing to our Kindle Nation Daily Digest. Joining is free!

Want someone new to help entertain your kids while we are all staying at home?

Dolly Parton posted on Facebook Monday that she will start reading to kids every Thursday night for the next 10 weeks.

Calling herself “the book lady,” Dolly invited everyone to join her for “Goodnight with Dolly.”

“I want you to join me April 2 when I start ‘Goodnight with Dolly.’ I’m going to be reading some stories from the Imagination Library,” she said.

You can join the event here.

Dolly will snuggle into her bed with one of the Imagination Library books and read it in her signature style.

The books featured in the series include: “There’s a Hole in the Log on the Bottom of the Lake” by Loren Long; “Llama Llama Red Pajama” by Anna Dewdney; “I Am a Rainbow” by Parton; “Pass It On” by Sophy Henn; “Stand Tall, Molly Lou Mellon” by Patty Lovell; “Violet the Pilot” by Steve Breen; “Max & The Tag-Along Moon” by Floyd Cooper; “Last Stop on Market Street” by Matt de la Peña; “Coat of Many Colors” by Parton; and her favorite book, “The Little Engine That Could” by Watty Piper.

You can join the event here.

Hemingway once spent a summer quarantined with his sick toddler, his wife, and his mistress—but don’t worry, “he actually took quite nicely to it.”

According to Lesley M.M. Blume from Town & Country, this is the true story of how Ernest Hemingway, his wife Hadley, his mistress Pauline Pfieffer, his son Bumby, and the nanny spent a summer on lockdown…  Support our news coverage by subscribing to our Kindle Nation Daily Digest. Joining is free!

Last week, a letter supposedly written by F. Scott Fitzgerald—quarantined due to the Spanish Flu in 1920—made the social media rounds. In it, Fitzgerald states that he and Zelda had fully stocked their bar, and called Hemingway a flu “denier” who refused to wash his hands. This letter went viral.

The only problem? It was not written by Fitzgerald; its true author is Nick Farriella, who had written it as a parody for McSweeney’s earlier this month. However, for those of you who crave an actual Lost Generation quarantine story, you’re in luck. Please allow me to entertain you with the true story of how Ernest Hemingway was once quarantined not only with his wife and sick toddler, but also his mistress. He actually took quite nicely to it.

In the summer of 1926, Hemingway was still married to his first wife, Hadley Hemingway, and they had a three-year-old son Jack, whom they called Bumby. Hemingway and Hadley had arrived in Paris a few years earlier so Hemingway could pursue his dream of becoming a world-famous, groundbreaking writer. That summer he was on the brink of a breakthrough, accumulating the lifestyle trappings he felt a celebrity author must have—including a fashionable mistress, Pauline Pfeiffer.

Whereas Hadley was church-mouse–poor, Pauline was an heiress; while Hadley was homely and docile, Pauline was a sleek Vogue editor with a commanding personality. When Hadley had, just weeks earlier, learned of the affair and confronted Hemingway about it, he had grown furious and told her that she was the true offender. He raged that everything would have been just fine if she hadn’t dragged the situation into the open.

The couple decided to carry on, but it became clear that Hemingway had no intention of giving up Pauline; nor did his mistress intend to bow out. Rather, she made herself omnipresent. It was just going to take Hadley a while to get used to her new normal.

Read full post in Town & Country Magazine

The last thing I ever expected was intruders in my own home. The last thing they ever expected was me…. Where Dandelions Sway by Vanessa Luther

Where Dandelions Sway

by Vanessa Luther
4.8 stars – 5 reviews
Everyday Price: $2.99
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My name is Paul. About a year ago, I moved my family to the country for some peace of mind and security. I love them and would do anything in my power to protect them. They think I have a temper. A bad temper. Maybe I do. Three armed men are in our home right this very moment holding us hostage. My wife and children are shaken to the core. The last thing I ever expected was intruders in my own home. The last thing they ever expected was me.

On a Friday afternoon in the small town of Glen Ridge, three armed men invade the home of Paul and Alexis Hudson. The Hudson’s find themselves in a life or death situation where tempers flare, demands soar and repercussions loom. On the surface, the invasion appears to be a simple robbery. Until one of the assailants demands a mysterious safe. Nothing is as it seems. As the situation unravels, secrets are revealed. Secrets casting doubt on everyone involved. Was this a random home invasion or were the Hudson’s targeted? And why? One thing is for certain. No one in the house is without suspicion and no one is safe.

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The Sparks: Book I of the Epic Feud Trilogy (The Feud Trilogy 1)

by Kyle Prue
4.5 stars – 74 reviews
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Born with superpowers.
Raised as an assassin.
To survive, he must become a revolutionary.

Neil Vapros just wants to make his father proud. The sixteen-year-old aspires to serve his family as an assassin, but he nearly dies in the process. Worse yet, Neil’s family, as well as two rival dynasties, have abandoned an ancient promise to protect their city. An unknown evil has begun hunting all three houses from the shadows…

As Neil’s relatives fall one-by-one, he attempts to unite the three supernatural families against a common enemy. But earning trust after years of assassination attempts could prove impossible. Neil’s fight may involve more than a bloodthirsty foe, as betrayal rears its ugly head…

The Sparks is the first book in the award-winning epic feud trilogy of young adult fantasy novels. If you like captivating characters, inventive world building, and supernatural battles, then you’ll love Kyle Prue’s action-packed coming-of-age tale.

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Royal Arrangement

by Ember Casey, Renna Peak
3.4 stars – 59 reviews
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A sizzling contemporary royal romance from bestselling authors Ember Casey and Renna Peak.

Prince William swore he’d never marry a noblewoman. But when he agrees to an arranged marriage to save Montovia, he has no idea what’s in store…

WILLIAM:
As the third son of my family, I never thought I’d have to make a political marriage, especially in this day and age. I enjoy my freedom – but for the sake of my family and my country, I’m willing to do the unthinkable and wed Princess Justine of Rosvalia.

But Justine is nothing like I thought – from her fiery temper to her mysterious past, I find her far more intriguing than I anticipated. The only problem? She hates my guts.

I’m not one to shy away from a challenge, though, and now I have a new goal: to seduce my new wife, by whatever means necessary.

This is Part One of a six-part series and ends in a cliffhanger

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Death Hampton (The Detective Jericho Series Book 1)

by Walter Marks
4.2 stars – 48 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Burnt out after years of working violent cases in East Harlem, Detective Neil Jericho transfers to peaceful East Hampton. But after the mysterious disappearance of a wealthy real estate developer, Jericho is caught in a web of intrigue and lies centering around Susannah Cascadden, the missing man’s beautiful wife.

“Marks provides his intriguing principal characters with solid backgrounds without lingering too long on irrelevant minutiae, and he puts the central mystery front and center from the start. The relationship between Jericho and
Susannah gives the book a good, romantic spark. The whodunit initially seems straightforward, but it offers surprise twists that add further dimension to the characters.

A fast-paced mystery with plenty of action and colorful characters.” — Kirkus reviews

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The Silver Stag (The Wild Hunt Book 1)

by Yasmine Galenorn
4.5 stars – 121 reviews
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Life isn’t easy when you bear the mark of the Silver Stag.

Caught between the worlds of Light and Dark Fae, Ember Kearney was born with the mark of the Silver Stag. Rejected by both her bloodlines, she’s turned her back on her people to become a freelance investigator, hiring herself to take care of common problems like hen-stealing goblins.

When Ember’s best friend asks for her help, it leads them both into a glittering world of conspiracy and danger. Angel’s little brother has vanished, and Ember must race against time to save his life. But when Ember discovers what’s happened to DJ, both she and Angel find themselves recruited into Herne’s elite squad of bounty hunters. Now, Ember must not only face her heritage, but she’s bound to preserve the balance between the Fae Courts, for if order isn’t maintained, war and chaos will spill out into the mortal realm.

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The Frank Bennett Adirondack Mountain Mystery Series: Books 1-3: Frank Bennett Adirondack Mountain Mystery Series Boxed Set

by S. W. Hubbard
4.5 stars – 317 reviews
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Welcome to the High Peaks of the Adirondacks.
Beauty surrounds you. So does evil.
Police Chief Frank Bennett patrols the not-so-mean streets of Trout Run, New York, an idyllic town nestled in the rugged Adirondack Mountains. But natural beauty is no protection against the evil in people’s hearts. Secrets…deception…con games…murder–there’s never a dull moment fighting small town crime.

This boxed set contains three Frank Bennett mysteries:

The Lure
Police Chief Frank Bennett has his hands full when a group of environmental activists shows up in Trout Run trying to close down Raging Rapids, a popular tourist attraction.

Frank thinks they’re all noise.
Until their leader turns up with a bullet in his heart.

Now Frank must figure out why this group targeted Trout Run. And how they’re connected to a feral family who live off the grid.

As Frank untangles the clues, he confronts the lure of cash, the lure of power, and the lure of a happy family.As he navigate the dangerous intersection of love and greed, one wrong turn could spell death to those he most wants to protect.

Blood Knot
When a tough-love school for troubled teens opens its doors in Trout Run, Frank Bennett worries about the arrival of so many juvenile delinquents on his turf.

When a North Country Academy teacher is mauled to death by a bear while leading wilderness expedition, Frank’s worst fears are confirmed. Evidence points to sabotage.

As Frank investigates, he learns more about the school’s controversial techniques: isolation, restraints, and mind control. . He meets students who might be terrified…or might be brilliant liars. And he uncovers disturbing information about the Academy’s headmaster. What is more impressive? His track record of putting teens back on the right path? Or his skill in covering up past scandals?

Then an Academy student turns up dead, and Frank must unravel a knot of deceit and revenge whose threads lead right into the heart of the Trout Run community.

Dead Drift
Frank Bennett investigates three puzzling crimes in these short mysteries with big twists. In the Christmas mystery “Chainsaw Nativity,” Frank’s relentless pursuit of the thief who stole the Joseph statue from the town’s Nativity scene brings him up against the limits of compassion. In “Losers Weepers”, a locket that’s lost, found, and stolen holds the secret to past betrayals. And in “Coyote Justice” Frank’s simmering attraction to Penny the librarian threatens to divert him from the path of justice. These three mystery short stories explore twisting Adirondack mountain trails just as surely as the dangerous terrain of the human heart.

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It’s A Super-Bad Terrible Day! by Virginia Finnie is a must have purchase because bad days happen and sometimes a kid needs a little help knowing what to do about it.

Kids’ eBook of The Day

It’s A Super-Bad Terrible Day!

by Virginia Finnie
4.5 stars – 18 reviews
FREE with Kindle UnlimitedLearn More
Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Follow along with a kid who is having the worst day ever from the time his feet hit the floor in the morning until it’s time to go back to bed that night. Children identify easily with this boy’s struggles as they read this fun story written in rhyme. Along the way they will learn valuable lessons on how to handle some of the difficult and uncomfortable situations that many kids experience.

It’s A Super-Bad Terrible Day! makes an excellent classroom resource and a must have purchase because bad days happen and sometimes a kid needs a little help knowing what to do about it.

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In Plain Sight (Sweets High Romance Book 1)

by Amy Sparling
4.2 stars – 51 reviews
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I’ve been the poor girl my whole life.

I’m used to being invisible. The students at Sweets High only care about popularity and that is certainly not me. And then my mom marries the richest guy in town. I get a mansion, a new car, and a whole new wardrobe overnight.

I expected to turn some heads when I walked back into school, but I never expected that everyone would think I’m a new student. Girls want to be my friend and boys want my attention. But I don’t care about the clothes, the parties, and the popularity.

I only care about Colby Jensen, the soft spoken hottie who finally knows I exist. He says I’m different than the other girls. He says I’m genuine. He doesn’t know my secret, and he never can.

Just when everything in my new life is perfect, something from my past emerges. If it gets out, it’ll destroy my newfound popularity. It’ll destroy my relationship with Colby.

It’ll destroy everything.

Is Susannah a calculating black widow or an innocent victim?
Death Hampton by Walter Marks

Don’t miss today’s Thriller of The Day

Death Hampton (The Detective Jericho Series Book 1)

by Walter Marks
4.2 stars – 48 reviews
Everyday Price: $2.99
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Burnt out after years of working violent cases in East Harlem, Detective Neil Jericho transfers to peaceful East Hampton. But after the mysterious disappearance of a wealthy real estate developer, Jericho is caught in a web of intrigue and lies centering around Susannah Cascadden, the missing man’s beautiful wife.

“Marks provides his intriguing principal characters with solid backgrounds without lingering too long on irrelevant minutiae, and he puts the central mystery front and center from the start. The relationship between Jericho and
Susannah gives the book a good, romantic spark. The whodunit initially seems straightforward, but it offers surprise twists that add further dimension to the characters.

A fast-paced mystery with plenty of action and colorful characters.” — Kirkus reviews

Is Susannah a calculating black widow or an innocent victim? Jericho better find out fast or the Hamptons just might be the death of him.

A Western Historical Romance Alert: Can a mere letter from the west be a ticket out of poverty and to love?
Half-Deaf Mail Order Bride And Her Heartfelt Pastor by Florence Linnington

❤️ Kindle Nation Daily Romance of the Day ❤️

Half-Deaf Mail Order Bride And Her Heartfelt Pastor (Evergreen Frontier)

by Florence Linnington
4.6 stars – 9 reviews
Everyday Price: $2.99
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Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Can a mere letter from the west be a ticket out of poverty and to love for a… half-deaf mail order bride?

Elizabeth Quinn has had to bury her mother and is about to lose her home when a letter from a stranger offers her a way out of poverty: move out west to marry a man she has never met.

She is unsure, especially of her…
1) fear of horses;
2) trauma of her father’s death at the hands of violent people out west;
3) prejudice towards Indian.

And she is half-deaf.

Determined to carve a new life for herself, Elizabeth heads west nonetheless and meets Joshua Isaac, a pastor for several years in Evergreen.

The attraction between Joshua and Elizabeth is immediate and strong from the moment they meet. But their different ways of life are starting to spark conflict between them before their romance has even begun.

Can Elizabeth overcome her many insecurities?
How will Joshua react to Elizabeth’s inner demon?