Thursday, July 31, 2014

Rented 2.0

For reasons too lengthy and boring to go into, Rented is now a standalone instead of a series.  There are two new chapters to conclude the book and tie up all loose ends.

Amazon has a policy of notifying readers when there's been a major overhaul so I would love to tell you that you can depend on Amazon to get you the new version.

Not true.  Amazon considers quality control only in such matters, like tpyos, not that the book has an entirely new, and wonderful, ending.

If you would like a copy of Rented 2.0, contact me and I will be happy to send it.  If you have not read Rented 1.0 but would like to read Rented 2.0, I'll be happy to send it.
If you enjoyed it, reviews are always appreciated.

Friday, July 25, 2014

If Wishes Were Horses Free through Kindle Unlimited

Amazon has a new program and there's a month free trial.  All the books you can read for $10 a month.  I think that's a pretty great deal.

If Wishes Were Horses has been put into the lending library type program, Kindle Unlimited.  If you haven't had a chance to read it, now you can read it for free.  (If you don't want to take advantage of the free trial, you can always spend the money!)

If you've been reading the Bittersweet Farm books, you know that Cap Rydell is from Old Newbury and came east to help out while Greer, Lockie and Tracy went to Florida.  This novella is the story of how Cap met Mill in California and the wish she made that came true.