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Three Free E-Books and One Discounted E-Book

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Here are 3 freebies and one discounted.  I’ve read 3 of them and I know they are good, and the Christmas novella by Melody Carlson I’m sure is really good too.  I have no idea how long these will be priced like this, so you better go ahead and get them today.  I have included links to the Kindle store, but if you have another type of e-reader, please check your e-reader store/website, because they might be on sale there also.

  • FREE on Kindle:  No Place for a Lady (Heart of the West #1) by Maggie Brendan.  Great series!
  • FREE on Kindle:  Inescapable (Road to Kingdom #1) by Nancy Mehl.  Loved this series!
  • FREE on Kindle:  All I Have to Give: A Christmas Love Story by Melody Carlson.  This sounds like a really good book.
  • $1.99 on Kindle:  The Lady of Bolton Hill by Elizabeth Camden.  Wonderful book!


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Finally, I’ve Found Time to Search for Free E-Books

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Some of these freebies you need to get today or tomorrow.  I have posted the dates on the ones I know, but if you think you want the book, don’t wait, they go away quickly sometimes.  I’m only listing the link to the kindle store, but they may be free on other e-readers too, so check your store.   This is all for today, I’ll get more to you in the next couple of days.  Some of these have been free before, but for our new followers, they might be new to you! Enjoy!!!

  • FREE (11/4 – 11/5)  on Kindle:  Blue Hole Back Home by Joy Jordan-Lake
  • FREE (11/5 – 11/6 notice this is NOT FREE until TOMORROW!) on Kindle:  The Lady of Bolton Hill by Elizabeth Camdem.  This is a great book!
  • FREE (11/1 – 11/14) on Kindle:  A River to Cross by Yvonne Harris
  • FREE (11/1 – 11/30) on Kindle:  Lion of Babylon (A Marc Royce Thriller #1) by Davis Bunn.  This is a GREAT series!
  • FREE (11/1 – 11/30) on Kindle:  An Untamed Land (Red River of the North #1) by Lauraine Snelling.  GREAT series!
  • FREE (11/1 – 11/30) on Kindle:  Daughter of Twin Oaks (A Secret Refuge #1) by Lauraine Snelling.  I haven’t read this, but I love this author.
  • FREE (11/1 – 11/30) on Kindle:  Angels Watching Over Me (Shenandoah Sisters #1) by Michael Phillips
  • FREE (11/1 – 11/30) on Kindle:  Candle in the Darkness (Refiner’s Fire #1) by Lynn Austin.  GREAT series…Lynn doesn’t write a bad book!
  • FREE (11/1 – 11/30) on Kindle:  Distant Dreams (Ribbons of Steel #1) by Judith Pella and Tracie Peterson.  Great book!
  • FREE (11/1 – 11/30) on Kindle:  Shadows of the Canyon (Desert Rose #1) by Tracie Peterson.  I haven’t read this one, but I love all her books!


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More Free E-Books

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I’ve ran across a few more freebies today.  Some I think I’ve posted in the past, but we might have some new people to see them this time.  I’m just linking the to the Kindle store, but some of these will be free on other e-readers, so check your store.  Just double check to make sure the price is FREE before downloading.

I’ve linked to the authors websites also, so if you have a chance visit them, they have great websites and lots of info and fun stuff too!

  • FREE (10/1 TODAY) on Kindle:  The Rose of Winslow Street by Elizabeth Camden.  I’ve read this book and I really enjoyed it.  Get it while it free TODAY.
  • FREE (10/1 – 10/7) on Kindle:  Love Isn’t Supposed to Hurt by Christi Paul
  • FREE (10/1 – 10/7) on Kindle:  Wings of Glass by Gina Holmes
  • FREE  (10/1 – 10/31) on Kindle:  Lion of Babylon (A Marc Royce Thriller #1) by Davis Bunn.  This is a GREAT thriller! Get it while it’s free. The whole series is fantastic!


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Free and Discounted E-Books – August 15, 2013

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I’ve only listed the Kindle link, but I’m sure other e-readers will have the same prices, so it’s worth checking if you have a different e-reader.  Just make sure the cost is what you expect.

  • FREE on Kindle:  When God Breaks Your Heart by Ed Underwood
  • FREE (8/14 – 8/15 only) on Kindle:  Saving Grace by Leslie Ann McDaniel
  • 99¢ on Kindle:  Of Windmills and War by Diane Moody
  • $2.99 on Kindle:  Against the Tide by Elizabeth Camden  I just finished reading Into the Whirlwind by Elizabeth and if this book is half as good then it’s well worth the money.  I can’t wait to read it. You can read my review of Into the Whirlwind under the “Book Review” section at the top of our blog.


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Into The Whirlwind by Elizabeth Camden (5 Stars)

A Whirlwind of Emotions (5 Stars)


Into The Whirlwind by Elizabeth Camden

Mollie Knox inherited her father’s business, the 57th Illinois Watch Company.  She was no stranger to it, she was just as much an expert as the other employees, all of which were like family.  They made the best, most expensive watches in the country and had an exclusive contract to sell them at Hartman’s in Chicago.  Everything was going along fine, until October 8, 1871.  Mollie had been asked downtown to talk with Hartman’s lawyer, Zack Kazmarek.  She smelled smoke in the air, but didn’t think too much of it.  But, this day and night turned into terror as the fire spread across the town.  Zack, who had always been strictly business with her, was now fighting with her through the crowds to get to her apartment, to rescue her lawyer, who was blind.  Together they battled, suffered, burned, coughed throughout the night trying to save everyone and everything they could.

This is a story of rebuilding after all is lost.  Of not giving into fear, but pushing past it in order to get order back in their lives.  A closeness was forged between people of all kinds during that fire, some would last a lifetime and others would be betrayed.  There is romance, suspense, and even a little bit of humor in this book. It’s a book that you will be immediately drawn into and will not want to put down.

This is a Christian novel, but it’s not “preachy” like I’ve heard other reviewers of Christian fiction complain about.  This novel weaves their faith through their lives like a breath, sometimes hard to catch, sometimes the breath gets knocked out of them, but like breathing, it comes back to a regular flow eventually for them.  One verse that comes to mind after finishing this book is “…but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength.  They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” Isaiah 40:31.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from Baker Publishing Group & Bethany House for my honest opinion and did not receive any compensation for a favorable review. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

Let’s Get To Know Elizabeth:


A research librarian and associate professor, Elizabeth Camden has a master’s in history from the University of Virginia and a master’s in library science from Indiana University. She has published several articles for academic publications and is the author of four nonfiction history books. Her ongoing fascination with history and love of literature have led her to write inspirational fiction. Elizabeth lives with her husband in central Florida.

Read an Excerpt:

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I will be donating this book to the Media Center.  And for those of you who live around the Athens area and don’t come to our church, I was at the Carpenter’s Shop on Tuesday (their first day) and saw they had two copies of this book.  Brian told me that all Christian fiction will be 20% off.  They have a great store and are still getting everything moved in.  Open House will be in a few weeks.



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