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DEC. 12-16 FREE BOOKS

My three books are free from December 12-16. Click the links below to check them out.
Hope your holidays are the very best ever.

I have my tree up and the wreaths on the door.  Let the holiday festivities begin!

I was pleased to see that VADA FAITH was one of the books featured in the Pixel of Ink newsletter. Thanks POI.

Hope you decide to invest in a book as a gift for that special one on your list. If not then read the kindle versions free for the next few days.

Merry Christmas and a very happy New Year. Here's to a great 2015.



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Enjoy the romance, suspense, and humor in this collection of short stories. In award winning “Mabel and the Garage Sale,” Mabel’s house rests in the path of a proposed highway. As Mabel sorts her things to move, she recalls the colorful characters who’ve passed through her life. 
The story, “Delphine and Rainelle,” poses the question, is a marriage worth saving at all costs?
In “Joy Ruth and Minnie Hendrix” the ladies find more than arrangements for a funeral over at Miller’s Funeral home. 
Newlyweds, “Wally and Bun,” are set for life as they fly off in a hot air balloon, leaving their friend, Murphy, to figure out where he stands with the girl he left behind many years ago.

http://www.amazon.com/Ezra-Other-Stories-Barbara-Whittington-ebook/dp/B009NWLAY6/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1418488534&sr=1-1&keywords=Ezra+and+other+stories




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Love letters from a soldier during his tour in the Vietnam War.
Dedicated to Veterans of the Vietnam War.

http://www.amazon.com/Dear-Anne-Love-Letters-Nam-ebook/dp/B00JZ5FBQO/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1418488412&sr=1-1&keywords=Dear+Anne%3A+Love+Letters+From+Nam



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http://www.amazon.com/Vada-Faith-Barbara-A-Whittington-ebook/dp/B007G97Z60

Lee Smith said of Vada Faith, “...the combination of the tight, funny, punchy writing and the serious theme (surrogacy) make this an unusual and memorable novel. The sisters’ relationship...is wonderful as ever, and Mama is simply a dream....great characters and great narrative energy.” Vada Faith is the story of a young wife and mother with issues. She decides by becoming the first surrogate mother in Shady Creek, West Virginia, she will get the recognition she has longed for. Instead, the fight is on! Vada Faith, her family, and the townspeople draw up sides, leaving Vada Faith's life full of hurt and even more discontent. Read this novel about family members learning to love better, to accept and to forgive each other.







Comments

  1. I don't have a e reader. It is nice of you to give those books for free though.

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  2. It's really nice to see all of your success here! Wishing you the happiest of holidays.

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