24 Nov 2014 No Comments
It’s Black Friday week! I do the majority of my shopping online and this is the perfect time to find great deals. No crowds. No lines. I sit here in my pajamas, sipping tea and listening to music, taking my time while hunting for the perfect gift at the right price. The problem, of course, is I often find irresistible bargains for all the stuff I want – books and music. I have an Amazon wishlist with 139 CDs and 108 books. When I see a great sale, I tell myself it makes sense to buy the book or CD, regardless of the fact that I’m supposed to be shopping for other people. After all, I’m saving money. Right?
This week I’m contributing to the shopping frenzy by offering three of my titles as Black Friday deals! First, from November 26 through 29, Into The Light is a Kindle Countdown Deal for just 99 cents. Here’s a look at the book:
Max Paddington refuses to go into the light until he finds his killer. This presents a dilemma, since Max is even less competent as a spirit than he was as a live person. No one sees or hears him and he can’t manage to get anywhere or do anything on his own.
Joe Cavelli is a private investigator, living an ordinary life. Then one day he walks across a parking lot, gets yelled at by a ghost, and his life only gets stranger from there.
Max and Joe team up to find Max’s killer. In the process, they form an unlikely friendship and change each other’s lives in ways they never expected.
On Black Friday only, Killing Instinct and The Cutting Edge will also be 99 cents! These two books are part of a promotion with lots of other authors and books, hosted by The Book Enthusiast. Here’s a look at those titles:
Sandman built his dubious reputation by turning the dreams and nightmares of others into harsh reality. Now he’s pursuing his own twisted dream; the beautiful Maria Milan. But she doesn’t want to become a player in Sandman’s sordid fantasy.
Michael Sykora is a hit man who kills for justice. Sean Riley is a hit man born to kill. Together, they’re out to take down Sandman and his organization. Whether mercy is given depends on who catches him first.
My name is Skye Summers. I’m a hairstylist and I can’t stop fantasizing about killing my clients. Not all of them, of course. I only want to kill the ones who irritate me, which, if I’m being honest, is most of them. My occasional fantasies have turned into chronic daydreams. They’re bloody and vivid, like watching a slice-and-dice movie on IMAX.
I also want to kill my husband’s ex-girlfriend. She’s not a client but she tops my list. Eighteen years ago, she gave birth to his daughter and she has tormented him ever since. I should be troubled by this growing desire to use my surgically sharpened shears for more than a haircut. Instead, I wonder how I can get away with it.
Thanks for reading.