Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Freebies and Deals, on Nook too (71)

There are a few authors that are sharing some amazing love this week. Of course, I'm going crazy with Christmas visiting and all that jazz. I've been MIA for about a week now, but I've found these two amazing finds. Hope you are having a great holiday and have found many more awesome gems.

Resa Nelson is amazingly kind and has made her novella story (109pgs & normally $2.99) FREE for December 25 - 27, 2013.
Astrid, The Dragonslayer's Blacksmith
Astrid constantly worries about her place in the village of Guell.  She loves being the apprentice of Guell’s blacksmith, Temple.  But Temple bought her from a childseller many years ago, which means Astrid has no blood kin in Guell.  If anything should happen to Temple she’s likely to lose her home, her work, and her sweetheart, DiStephan, the dragonslayer’s son.
One day Astrid’s worst fear comes true when Temple and DiStephan fail to return from a short journey to a nearby village.  A teenage boy named Finehurst arrives in Guell, claiming to be Temple’s nephew and rightful heir – and insisting that he saw Temple and DiStephan killed by a dragon.  The villagers are divided in their opinion of Finehurst, but Astrid is soon thrown out of her own home, desperate to find a way to regain it.  Before the dragonslayer goes in search of his missing son DiStephan and Astrid’s mentor Temple, he sets forth a challenge for Finehurst and Astrid to prove their blacksmithing skills by forging a dagger.  Normally, Astrid would be confident, but the village’s iron supplies are so low that she doesn’t know how she can possibly make a dagger that can prove her worth.

Astrid, The Dragonslayer’s Blacksmith is an all new mini novel that takes place in Resa Nelson’s Dragonslayer world (the 4-book series includes The Dragonslayer’s SwordThe Iron MaidenThe Stone of Darkness, and The Dragon’s Egg).  Appropriate for adults and teens, ages 14 and up.  Visit Resa Nelson’s website at  Follow her on Twitter @ResaNelson.

Ilona and Gordon Andrews, yes the authors of the Kate Daniels books & Curran Collection, have shared Curran POV Collection with us as a gift! For FREE!
Curran POV Collection
Blog Link
(Do you really need a description? It's CURRAN!!)



  1. Can't wait to read Curran's point of view. :)

    1. lol. I'm with you Robyn. :) I think I've read most of them, but want to go through to make sure no new ones. :)

  2. I really need to read the Gordon stories!


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