First, let me give you the link: Click HERE for free books (a few more clicks straight to your device. One of my books ‘The Harold and Edith Adventures’ is included in this promo, exciting news if you already claimed book number one in the Curmudgeon Avenue series for free because this is book number TWO!
There are about twenty books being given away for free here’s a bit of blurb from a few of them:
I’ve just started reading this one, a strong and amusing start! Here’s the blurb:
During one of the worst years on record in the academic job market, newly-minted PhD Rowena Halley has, against all odds, gotten a job. For one semester. At poverty wages. In New Jersey. But with so many of her fellow PhDs bagging groceries—or worse—instead of teaching Russian, this is the best chance she has.
New jobs come with a lot of stress, everyone knows that. But Rowena has more problems than just learning her way around a new campus and convincing all these Yankees that yes, she really is from Georgia. Tensions in the department are high, her family wants to know when she’s going to get a decent job and a decent man, and her ex-boyfriend is as usual in trouble with the Russian government. It’s when students start coming to her for help that she really gets into trouble, though. Rowena got where she is because she wants to help people and save the world, but if she’s not careful, her idealism may get her killed.
Witty and suspenseful in the vein of the Stephanie Plum novels, Campus Confidential is an insider’s look at the gritty underbelly of academia, where the struggles are so vicious because the stakes are so small. Only sometimes, they’re a matter of life and death.
Content warning: Adult language
Why, oh why, did Anne Marie Whitehall take her own life, swallowing away her pain and her grief with a handful of Nembutal capsules and a bottle of Merlot?
Does Samantha Jacobs, the red-haired vixen, grinding away on a pole at the Revue, know?
Or perhaps Deena Cook, harried mother of four, and a regular visitor at Children’s Services?
Or does Cierra Maldonado, mother of two children by two different men, not receiving a penny of child support, and working as a cocktail waitress at a chi-chi club in downtown Cincinnati, know why?
Or perhaps Lettie Robinson, a four-hundred pound housewife of three healthy and hungry little boys, who knows the meat display at Wal-Mart better than the inside of her own trailer, know?
Well, someone knows why Anne Marie Whitehall committed suicide, but she isn’t talking.
And everyone wants to know who the raven-haired, glacially thin woman is who’s walking around the trailer park and sending secret notes to certain dear—and dearly departed—friends.
More about The Astonishing Anniversaries of James and David by M J Dees
How do you know if you have achieved success? No matter how successful he becomes James doesn’t feel happy. Meanwhile, his twin brother, David, seems content regardless of the dreadful, life threatening events which afflict him year after year. The Astonishing Anniversaries of James and David is as much a nostalgic romp through 70s, 80s and 90s England as it is a shocking and occasionally tragic comedy. “Once I started, I had a hard time stopping” ” I enjoyed the story very much, and I kept wondering what was coming next” “This would turn into a pretty good movie.” “I love how the storytelling focuses on a view of their lives through the one day – their birthday”
Happy reading whatever you choose! Don’t forget to click the link! Samantha xx