Friday, May 4, 2012

Freebies and Deals, and on Nook too (12)

I found a few deals this week.  Okay, so they found me.  But I'm not complaining.  I'm excited, and sharing them with you! :)

I do have the link to the Friday Free book on Barnes & Noble.  And there is an adventurous YA book for free today.  It sounds like a very good read!

First, we have Rhemalda Publishing sharing a few books once again!
Again!  If you want these books but need a different format, email the wonderful people at Rhemalda Publishing, they will gratefully send you the book in the format you need. marketing{at}rhemalda{dot}com
Subliminal by Brian Blocker  On: Amazon,  UK Kindle
Robert Dawes is a hard man to say no to. In fact, it's almost impossible not to let him have his way. After using his charm to construct the perfect life and conquer his part of the corporate world, he meets a stranger who tells him the real reason for his success.

Robert is subconsciously controlling the minds of others.

There are more people like Robert. Some want to help him develop his abilities, some want to harness his power for their own ends. As Robert struggles to control his growing power before it consumes him, he is drawn into a conflict that threatens his sanity, his family, and the future of mankind.

Seattle Sleuth by Alexandra MacKenzie  On: Amazon,  UK Kindle
1921. A war lies behind him … a new battle lies ahead.

Philip Shaw is a Great War veteran and widower struggling to put his life back together. He grasps at a chance to make a difference by investigating the death of a newspaper editor – did the man die in an accidental fire, or was it murder?

Shaw joins forces with fiery crime reporter Ray Taylor to dig into police corruption, a rivalry between a powerful shipbuilder and a sly politician, and the seedy world of Seattle’s wide-open red-light district. Will they find the answers in the speakeasies, among the rum-runners on the waterfront, or at the mansions of the rich? Before they can solve the mystery, level-headed Phil Shaw and hot-tempered Ray Taylor will have to learn to work together – without killing each other first!

A Thief of Nightshade by J.S. Chancellor  On: Amazon, UK Kindle
Avalar isn’t real.

At least, it wasn’t supposed to be.

Aubrey never expected to fall in love with and marry her graduate writing professor Jullian. His life’s work, a grim fantasy titled ‘A Thief of Nightshade’ encompassed everything Aubrey hated about fairy tales and make-believe.

After Jullian goes missing and is eventually presumed dead, Aubrey discovers just how make-believe the world of ‘Nightshade’ is…

Not only is Jullian alive and well in Avalar, he’s at the mercy of the Dark Fae, condemned to a fate worse than death, with no memory of Aubrey or his time in her world. In order to save him, she’ll have to confront more than just the demons in her past, but the very real ones that await her in a place she never thought could exist.

All of them will do everything in their power to stop her.

I also saw a fantasy short story that sounded interesting, if you would like to look into it:
Crimzon & Clover by M.R. Mathias  On: Nook, Amazon
Don't mess with a girl and her dragon, at least not these two. A young dragon loses his mother to lair raiders and is left to fend for himself. A lucky girl happens upon him and together they form a lasting bond. When more men come to raid the lair the two are forced to defend themselves, and each other, in a wicked battle. Magic, swordplay, and dragon riding await in this satisfying short story.


  1. Am loving these offers from Rhemalda! I got Subliminal in ePub form for my nook. They've been incredibly generous by sharing so many awesome titles! Crimzon & Clover sounds like a fun read too. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Alexia, I have to say I'm thrilled with Rhemalda too! They are really great for doing these free books. I had to get Thief in Nighshade. lol. ANd I picked up Crimzon & Clover as well. Do hope you enjoy the ones you got. :) Thank you!

  2. Thank you for the heads up! :)

    1. Any time Cherry. And I'm so glad I could give links to the UK Amazon as well. :)

  3. You never disappoint! My ebook library is growing so fast because of you!

    1. StephanieD - Yeah! So glad I could help grow your ebook library. ;D And very glad you like the picks this week. Hope you enjoy the ones you get. :)

  4. I love me some free books! I got The Thief from Nightshade.

    Umm, Mel... you're reading an awful lot of fae books recently... sumpin' ya wanna tell me?

    LOL, like perhaps 'My world in Fae pages" perhap? LOL again! just kidding you, my chica! I love that you love Fae! They're awesome, aren't they!

    Thanks for the free books!

    Huggles your face!

    p.s. still stuck in bed but hopefully not for long. Having trouble keeping my eyes open because of meds and the whole blood thing. That's why lack of visits.

    Can't tell you how many times dh has peeled my head off the laptop and I have characters indented from cheek to forehead (won't mention drool on expensive laptop)Can't walk by myself because I fell one to many times and sprained my ankle.
    [I still get up shhhh... our little secret-I'm just vewy vewy qwiet and vewy vewy cawful-I'm huntin' no injuwies, hewe(here)!] LOL, best Elmer Fudd impression I could do!

    Love ya!

    1. Kristi The Book Faery, LOL! So glad to share the books with you. And I too got Thief from Nightshade. And I've been on a fae kick lately. ;D Maybe the name should include Fae somewhere. Tee hee hee. ;D

      Oh dear, I do hope you feel better. And the medicine helps or you get use to it so you aren't always falling asleep. At least you have tons of books at your finger tips, as long as you can get through them. ;) Do take care hon! ***HUGS***


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