Did Santa give you a gift card?
Whoo hoo! The party is on, y’all! A whole bunch of authors, including me, have put their books on sale for 99 cents so you can celebrate the new year with some new reads! So, if Santa tucked a gift card in your stocking, take a moment to check out the books I’m offering, then hop your way through the links at the bottom of this post to see what other authors have for you today!
Psst! If you’re on Twitter, help spread the word using the hashtag #NewBooks4Me.
My 4 books are 99 cents through January 2nd:
Please note: The 99 cent sale is officially set for January 1st, BUT I wanted to share this with the #MondayBlogs crowd. So for any latecomers, the 3 titles I’m offering are available for 99 cents through midnight on January 2nd.
Grab ’em while you can! :)
Click here for Paranormal Texas – If you like ghost stories about real haunted houses and the supernatural, check out Paranormal Texas:
Not only does Tui Snider (hey, that’s me!) share haunted history behind the ghost stories and paranormal activity in the Dallas – Fort Worth area, but she gives directions to haunted houses, businesses, and other supernatural hot spots you can visit in person, such as the:
*Amusement Park where a Little Girl Haunts the Candy Store
*Country Graveyard with a Mysteriously Glowing Tombstone
*Hotel so Haunted that a University Teaches Parapsychology there
*Elevator that Opens By Itself when Pretty Women Walk By
*Historic Cemetery where People get EVP’s & Orbs in Broad Daylight
*Ghost Town with an Operatic Apparition & a Haunted Restaurant
*B&B with a Gentlemanly Ghost who seems Protective of Women
*Theater that Kept its Resident Ghost in Mind when Remodeling
*Historic Town Squares where nearly Every Shop has a Ghost
Click here for Death & Other Inconveniences This book is by my prolific and ever-inspiring friend, Bambi Harris: “Penny Lane is brutally murdered on her 30th birthday. This catapults her into a strange afterlife world, not dissimilar from the one she just came from. She is immediately sent to work as a melter, deciding the fates of murderers and ultimately whether they should be reformed, reincarnated or melted. Only few are chosen for such a position, and she must deal with the celebrity status that goes along with it. Death and Other Inconveniences is a fun, and sometimes poignant story that may just eliminate your fear of taking the “next step”.”