Free Book Download: The Sister Circle (The Sister Circle Series #1)

Right now you can download The Sister Circle (The Sister Circle Series #1) for FREE to your Kindle, PC or Smart Phone.

The Sister Circle, book one of this charming contemporary series, introduces Peerbaugh Place, the quaint Victorian house that becomes a refuge to seven women of vastly different ages, personalities, and backgrounds. When Evelyn Peerbaugh hung the ancient sign in front of her house, she had no idea how life was about to change. In a matter of days, she became the newly widowed owner of a busy boardinghouse, trying to cope with the lives and emotions of the most incompatible group of women ever gathered under one roof. Through struggles and triumphs, the women forge a special bond of sisterhood. Readers will find their own place in the circle, gaining insight into their own spiritual gifts, as they laugh and cry with each of these women.

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Free Book Download: This Little Piggy Went to the Liquor Store

Right now you can download This Little Piggy Went to the Liquor Store for FREE to your Kindle, PC or Smart Phone.

This Little Piggy Went to the Liquor Store chronicles what happens when a little girl who scorns the idea of marriage and children (in favor of becoming a stiletto-wearing, attache-carrying Secret Agent), majors in Russian, minors in Vodka, and then one day finds herself with child… and in-laws.

Since the description was not very long here are some of the reviews:

“This sincere, laugh-out-loud confessional from Turner candidly reveals and revels in the flaws and dysfunctions of the author and her family. The “controlling, compulsively cleaning, wine guzzling” narrator with “neurotic tendencies” explains that anyone who enters a potentially lifelong romantic relationship has made a terrible mistake “akin to jumping onto subway tracks to retrieve a fallen pen.” That doesn’t apply to her, however, when she meets Mike and realizes that she had “gleefully jumped onto the subway tracks, because I wanted that pen.” The two agree to skip children, but eventually have two loving daughters who fill their lives with even more hilarious moments. From family problems, breastfeeding, her experiments with pot in Mexico, and lessons learned in Russia while “major[ing] in vodka,” Turner is not afraid to voice her private thoughts and never takes herself too seriously. She details her pregnancy and child-rearing techniques in a refreshingly honest way, claiming that she should have been awarded a medal for managing to be kind at any point during her pregnancy. The book is light-hearted and riddled with comedic episodes that young mothers in particular will relate to and enjoy. Although the narrative is occasionally scattered as it jumps between stories, it remains a quick and thoroughly entertaining read.”

“Empty bladder before reading.” -Laurie Notaro, New York Times bestselling author of We Thought You Would Be Prettier.

“Reading This Little Piggy Went to the Liquor Store is like going to your neighbor’s house for a play date and discovering that she’s just as clueless and crazy as you are.” -Stacy Dymalski, Confessions of a Band Geek Mom

“A.K. Turner’s witty essays explore the raw realities of raising children so they won’t become serial killers, showing that it’s okay to put the little darlings to bed and then guzzle a bottle of hooch. This is the perfect cross between Nora Ephron, David Sedaris and Chelsea Handler.” -Elaine Ambrose, Menopause Sucks

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JCPenney Portrait Studios- FREE 8×10 portrait and digital image + FREE Sitting fee!

I totally took this picture from their website.  How cute is that?!

During the month of November,  JCPenney Portrait Studios are offering a FREE 8×10 portrait and digital image + FREE sitting fee!

Be sure to call your local store and confirm before you book your appointment.  This deal was e-mailed to some of their mailing lists so be sure to specifically ask.

Here is the fine print: One offer per family per month. Free sitting fees. Free traditional 8×10 and free digital image are of the same pose. Digital image is low-resolution, sized for electronic use only and available for download using email address you provide. Not valid on enhancements, reorders, add-ons, previous orders or online orders. While appointments last. 4×7 greeting cards 50¢ each with minimum 36 card purchase of the same design. Products may vary. Valid 11/1-11/30/12. 

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Free Book Download “The Poet and The Murderer”

Right now on Amazon you can download The Poet And The Murderer for FREE to your Kindle, PC or Smart Phone.

Acclaimed journalist and author, Simon Worrall, follows the trail of a forged Emily Dickinson poem that mysteriously turns up for sale at Sotheby’s in New York. His journey of discovery leads him via the casinos of Las Vegas to Utah and the darkly compelling world of Mark Hofmann, one of the most daring literary forgers and remorseless murderers of all time. Deeply researched but with the narrative pace of a novel, Worrall’s investigation into the life and crimes of this charismatic genius is a real-life detective story you simply won’t be able to put down. As the story reaches its gripping climax, Hofmann becomes trapped in the web of his own deceptions …. and turns to murder.

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Amazon Free Book Download: Operator

Right now you can download Operator for FREE to your Kindle, PC or Smart Phone.

When Michael Herne’s high school girlfriend Melissa commits suicide, he makes the fateful decision to return home for her funeral. Michael hasn’t stepped foot in his Catskills hometown for more than a dozen years since he left it and a college football scholarship behind to join the Army.

Michael quickly learns that his hometown has changed as he is pulled into the web of mystery and corruption surrounding Melissa’s death. He will soon confront the abusive ex-boyfriend, a town sheriff with mixed motives and the ruthless Russian gang at the heart of it all.

Michael will be forced to choose between two paths – that of the desk-working, college-educated intelligence analyst he has become or the Tier I Army Operator he once was. Only one of these identities will survive as Michael is relentlessly hunted by a series of ruthless men.

This meticulously researched, seamlessly plotted thriller is the first in a new series by David Vinjamuri.

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Amazon Free Book Download: “I Was A Bad Kid”

Right now you can download I was a Bad Kid: True Tales of a Deceptive Child for FREE to your Kindle, PC or Smart Phone.

I was a bad kid. I didn’t realize it at the time, however, now that I think about it I really was a bad kid. On the outside, I was just a boy from Kansas growing up in the 80s, trying to mousse my mullet to its fullest potential and tight roll my jeans like all the other cool kids. On the inside though, my brain worked like a maniacal tyrant, hell bent on getting whatever I wanted. I concocted crafty plans unseen from any other child my age and carried them out with incredible professionalism and finesse. Narrated by me, these are my personal stories in “I was a Bad Kid: The True Tales of a Deceptive Child.”

Be prepared to laugh as I share the details of how Huey Lewis made me call 911, or learn a lesson on how to get your friend’s girlfriend to kiss you instead. See just how much I tortured my poor mom’s cooking, and what scam I came up with in order to get a shiny new 8-bit Nintendo. Lastly, watch the chaos unfold and see how one simple afternoon caused me to completely destroy my parents’ living room—all due to some checkers and my best friend.

It’s nostalgic. It’s fun. It’s hysterical. It’s “I was a Bad Kid: The True Tales of a Deceptive Child.”

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Amazon Free Book Download: Almost a Family (a feel-good romance)

It’s another FREE Stephanie Bond book!

Right now you can download Almost a Family (a feel-good romance) for FREE to your Kindle, PC or Smart Phone.

Ten years ago Virginia Catron and Bailey Callihan had to get married, but they loved each other fiercely and adored their son when he came into their lives. Fate dealt them a cruel blow when their infant son was snatched in a grocery store. Their new marriage couldn’t withstand the strain and when it became clear their baby would not be found, they divorced, brokenhearted and grief stricken. They haven’t seen each other since their divorce was finalized. The story opens when word arrives that their son has been found…alive. Can these three virtual strangers come together to make a family?

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