For you fans of paranormal romance, the best-selling Falling Angels Saga by E. Van Lowe, Heaven Sent, the third in the series, has arrived on Nook and Kindle! To celebrate, the first book in the series, Boyfriend From Hell, is only $2.99. The others are just $3.99. To see or get Heaven Sent on Kindle, click here. For Nook, click here. The print version will come in February.
If you haven't started the series, then to get Boyfriend from Hellfor only $2.99 as an eBook, use the links below.
Boyfriend from Hell for Kindle, click here. Boyfriend from Hell for Nook, click here. Boyfriend from Hell in print ($12.99 list), click here. Boyfriend from Hell from Smashwords, click here. You can read the first four chapters of Boyfriend from Helljust by clicking here!
LOVE AT ABSOLUTE ZERO JUST $2.99
A Book of the Year Finalist in ForeWord Reviews, the comic romance Love at Absolute Zero is just 99 cents on Nook and Kindle until sometime in January (date still being decided). Love At Absolute Zero is about Gunnar Gunderson, a 32-year-old physicist at the University of Wisconsin. After being given tenure and channeling his inner salmon, he's determined to meet his soul mate within three days using the Scientific Method. When he accidentally steps on the toes of a visiting kindergarten teacher from Denmark, his world turns upside down. To get it at this price on Kindle, click here, and for Nook, click here. For other platforms or print, click here.
The Quarterback -- $2.99
"From that rarest shelf, interesting sports fiction."--Robert Lipsyte, New York Times
"Milton can write like angel ... a young writer hell bent on fulfilling John Steinbeck's legacy, carrying on the tradition of James Jones and exploring his own heights."--Alabama Journal
"A pulsating, evocative tale that will take the reader months to forget."--American Statesman
David Scott Milton says of the book, "The Quarterback was written out of desperation and despair. I was twenty-six years old and at a dead-end in my life and careers. I was living in New York, working as a waiter in a jazz club. I had become involved with a hooker who frequented this place, and one day I learned that her pimp, a professional wrestler by the name of Bearcat Jamison, had returned to town and was looking for me. I went directly to the manager's office, picked up what little pay was owed me, and fled. I set out for Mexico. I took very little with me, some clothes, books, and my battered Remington portable typewriter. Over the next six months, I wrote The Quarterback. Poor Jazzy. He never learned the essential lessons about life. Over the years, I learned them. It started in Mexico with this book"
In his fourth award-winning book, Christopher Meeks offers a comic and compassionate coming-of-age novel. A young Minnesotan, Edward, is blessed with an abundance of "experience"--first when his mother dies and next when his father, an encyclopedia salesman, shoehorns Edward into a private boys school where he's tortured and groomed. He needs a place in the universe, but he wants an understanding of women.
It makes a great gift for new Kindles. Click here to get the book for free.
Classic David Scott Milton books now available on Kindle:
Kabbalah:$2.99 as a Kindle eBook Akiba Moldavan, a Pittsburgh rabbi, seeks to save his childhood friend, "Grey eyes," from an eternity of having a damned soul for the senseless killing of an old man, while detective John Strahan savors the opportunity to kill his old childhood acquaintance, "Grey eyes," whom he has been jealous of for decades. Grey Eyes believes the secret answer is in California. The three men's stories become intractably linked and at odds with each other, as they vie for achieving their pursuits. Click here to get Kabbalah.
The Quarterback:$2.99 as a Kindle eBook Time is running out for Jim Jassy, the man they call "The Quarterback." He was an artist among ballplayers, but as his peak-seasons fade, his pride becomes dangerous. Click here to own The Quarterback.
Paradise Road: $2.99 as a Kindle eBook "The house always wins" they say , but Don Porter has a system. Is the reward worth the risk, or is Don just building a house of cards? Click here to own this tale.
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