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message 1: by Catherine (last edited Dec 15, 2018 01:44PM) (new)

Catherine Habbie | 1910 comments Christmas Sale !
Massive reductions in prices for my books on all the 12 days of Christmas.
https://www.goodreads.com/event/show/...




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Grasshopper Bot (daisyking) | 6220 comments Mod
Oh! Yet another Book Sale? This is a wonderful idea. Why didn't I think of this?
All the best Catherine.


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R.S. Merritt | 22 comments New Release Alert!

Zombies! A Small World by R S Merritt


message 4: by Cameron (last edited Dec 16, 2018 01:38AM) (new)

Cameron Macdonald | 6 comments PERFECT TIMING!

I have just opened a promotion for Voyage to the Heart: The Nature of love with Indiecember on Twitter. The book is available for 99c or 99p till Christmas.

An almost-magical book that lights the way to enlightened love.

What better than to join such a voyage over the Christmas holiday?

Why not get your 99c ticket here: .com: https://amzn.to/2QTE3Fb
or here: .co.uk: https://amzn.to/2GfQXtm

and more detail on indecember here: https://bit.ly/2GfPCCQ

And don't forget, books also make great gifts, especially ones on love!


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Grasshopper Bot (daisyking) | 6220 comments Mod
Thanks R.S. and Cameron.
Perfect Christmas gifts indeed.
🤗


message 6: by Cameron (new)

Cameron Macdonald | 6 comments Thank you GH :-)


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Grasshopper Bot (daisyking) | 6220 comments Mod
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Mark McLaughlin (mark_mclaughlin) | 1 comments Thanks for the invite to join the group. Here's info on my latest paperback release:

Horrors & Abominations 24 Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos by Mark McLaughlin Horrors & Abominations: 24 Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos

HORRORS & ABOMINATIONS: 24 Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos by Mark McLaughlin & Michael Sheehan, Jr.
US: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1791560520/
UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1791560520/

Enter a midnight world of grotesque creatures and ancient deities from nightmare dimensions. HORRORS & ABOMINATIONS by Mark McLaughlin and Michael Sheehan, Jr. presents 24 stories of Lovecraftian fantasy and horror.

Learn the unholy secrets of such malevolent beings as Cthulhu, Yog-Sothoth, Nyarlathotep, Azalareon, Mother Hydra, the King in Yellow, and Yagdolak. Discover the evil activities of the Tillinghast and Delapore families … wicked Mrs. Veng and her horrendous tenant, Dr. Brandywine … and the unspeakable, mutated son of King Tutankhamun.

Stories in this collection include “Deathless Bride Of The Crawling Chaos,” “The Abominations Of Nephren-Ka,” “Coins From Y’ha-nthlei,” “The Blasphemy In The Canopic Jar,” “The Curse Of The Tillinghasts,” “The Colossus In The Catacombs,” “The Nightmare In Delapore Tower,” “The Thing From Beyond The Living Door,” “The Gateway To Carcosa,” “The Testament Of Cthulhu” and many more.

These stories represent many of the writing duo’s most unearthly Cthulhu Mythos tales. So far, the majority of these stories have only been available on Kindle. HORRORS & ABOMINATIONS has been released for readers who prefer paperbacks. These stories were selected from seven Kindle collections previously released by McLaughlin and Sheehan: THE TESTAMENT OF CTHULHU, THE CREATURE IN THE WAXWORKS, THE RELIC IN THE EGYPTIAN GALLERY, SHOGGOTH APOCALYPSE, THE BLASPHEMY IN THE CANOPIC JAR, THE HORROR IN THE WATER TOWER, and THE ABOMINATIONS OF NEPHREN-KA.


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Grasshopper Bot (daisyking) | 6220 comments Mod
Most welcome to the group Mark. You could also post in 'Introduce yourself' & 'Book excerpts' for more interaction from the group members.


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M. Ainihi | 48 comments R.S. wrote: "New Release Alert!

Zombies! A Small World by R.S. Merritt"

Nice cover!


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M. Ainihi | 48 comments Cameron wrote: "PERFECT TIMING!

I have just opened a promotion for Voyage to the Heart: The Nature of love with Indiecember on Twitter. The book is available for 99c or 99p till Christmas.

An almost-magical book..."


Hello Cameron.


message 12: by Shanna (new)

Shanna Swenson (shannaswen) | 321 comments Hey guys,
Just wanted to post my newest book Return to Abundance The Abundance Series Book 2 by Shanna Swenson available now for pre-order on Kindle for $2.99 and free on KU!

If anyone would like an ARC for review please PM me!
Thanks everyone and Merry Christmas!!
-Shanna


message 13: by Catherine (new)

Catherine Habbie | 1910 comments Thanks Shanna & wish you the same.


message 14: by Frank (new)

Frank Prem (frankprem) | 131 comments Just a little mention of my poetry memoir Small Town Kid Small Town Kid by Frank Prem .

In this last week it managed a #1 in its category for the best part of a day on Amazon. On the back of the e-book, I think.

Personal sales have been going really well, also. Not bad for poetry in this day and age, I think.

Quite delighted.


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Grasshopper Bot (daisyking) | 6220 comments Mod
Congratulations Frank.Well done.


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Frank Prem (frankprem) | 131 comments Grasshopper wrote: "Congratulations Frank.Well done."

Thanks Grasshopper. I was well chuffed, and the book is selling well in person.

Already disappeared though. Online the sales are fickle.


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Grasshopper Bot (daisyking) | 6220 comments Mod
Perhaps twas a Christmas miracle then.🤗


message 18: by Frank (new)

Frank Prem (frankprem) | 131 comments Grasshopper wrote: "Perhaps twas a Christmas miracle then.🤗"

At least I caught it on a Screenshot.

Makes it a little more real.


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Grasshopper Bot (daisyking) | 6220 comments Mod
😊👍


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Cage Dunn | 33 comments Frank wrote: "Just a little mention of my poetry memoir Small Town Kid Small Town Kid by Frank Prem.

In this last week it managed a #1 in its category for the best part of a day on Amazon. On the back o..."


Congratulations, Frank! Well done - top o' the world moment!


message 21: by Frank (new)

Frank Prem (frankprem) | 131 comments Cage wrote: "Frank wrote: "Just a little mention of my poetry memoir Small Town Kid Small Town Kid by Frank Prem.

In this last week it managed a #1 in its category for the best part of a day on Amazon...."


And so fleeting, Cage. If I hadn't noticed at the time and taken a screen shot, I wouldn't know.

Now? I want my banner!! LOL


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Grasshopper Bot (daisyking) | 6220 comments Mod
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message 23: by Cage (new)

Cage Dunn | 33 comments Frank wrote: "Cage wrote: "Frank wrote: "Just a little mention of my poetry memoir Small Town Kid Small Town Kid by Frank Prem.

In this last week it managed a #1 in its category for the best part of a d..."


It's a wonderful place to visit, but to sit on top of a mountain and admire the view keeps us away from the place of productivity ... fleeting can be the most delicious morsel, and all the more enjoyable for its rarity and brevity!
It's one helluva trip (yes, I mean that in multiple ways), one most of us dream of undertaking at least once in our writing lives ...


message 24: by Frank (new)

Frank Prem (frankprem) | 131 comments Cage wrote: "One of my books, Seeking, an anthology, is currently on KU, will be free for five days from 1 Jan 2019. https://www.amazon.com/Cage-Dunn/e/B0...

Other books are half price on SW this week on..."


Seriously enjoyed the Old Woman and teh Mad Horse, Cage. I'll check out others as I get a moment. I'm a very poor e-book reader, though. Might be a while before you hear anything.


message 25: by Cage (new)

Cage Dunn | 33 comments Me, too! Need to get one of those thingies one day ... but at least e-reading is much cheaper (especially in Aus) than solid, hold-in-your-hand books!


message 26: by Frank (new)

Frank Prem (frankprem) | 131 comments Cage wrote: "Frank wrote: "Cage wrote: "Frank wrote: "Just a little mention of my poetry memoir Small Town Kid Small Town Kid by Frank Prem.

In this last week it managed a #1 in its category for the be..."


It gives some hope, as well as a message of confirmation about directions being pursued.

I have always had niggling doubts that the strength of my belief in being able to do proper communication in a more-or-less self-developed poetic form might be completely misplaced. (Where goes the revolution, if that were the case).

It's a wonderful affirmation. As is the support of folk who have found me along the way and given such wonderful encouragement.


message 27: by Frank (new)

Frank Prem (frankprem) | 131 comments Cage wrote: "Me, too! Need to get one of those thingies one day ... but at least e-reading is much cheaper (especially in Aus) than solid, hold-in-your-hand books!"

Sure is.

Yes, perhaps a proper device might help LOL.


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P.S. Winn (goodreadscompswinn) | 5 comments I actually have written 54 books as I finish my 6th year of the craziness. Here is one of them. As more women go missing, the sheriff asks Andi to help with the search. Is that because she can see spirits?
And will that gift help?
Grab the 2.99 e-book (Also on Kindle Unlimited)
or 10.99 paperback to find out. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01...
Find all @ https://www.amazon.com/P.S.-Winn/e/B0...
P.S. Winn


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Frank Prem (frankprem) | 131 comments P.S. wrote: "I actually have written 54 books ..."

Great effort P.S. - well done.


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Grasshopper Bot (daisyking) | 6220 comments Mod
P.S. wrote: "I actually have written 54 books as I finish my 6th year of the craziness. Here is one of them. As more women go missing, the sheriff asks Andi to help with the search. Is that because she can see ..."
That is brilliant PS. You should post an excerpt from some of them for us.


message 31: by Cage (new)

Cage Dunn | 33 comments The paperback is now ready (31 December 2018) for
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07...

The Old Woman the Mad Horse: Case File for: the Big Three Mining Investigations

Hold onto your horses as this story gallops through the country town where secrets are held deep underground and high overhead ... and all Hella wanted was a quiet life in the country!


message 32: by Frank (new)

Frank Prem (frankprem) | 131 comments Cage wrote: "The paperback is now ready (31 December 2018) for
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07...

The Old Woman the Mad Horse: Case File for: the Big Three Mining Investigations

Ho..."


Congratulations Cage. Well done.


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Grasshopper Bot (daisyking) | 6220 comments Mod
Well done Cage.


message 34: by Michael (new)

Michael Nicolson (rockyboy2) | 8 comments My three novels are available worldwide full list on my website http://rockyboy2.com appreciate some reviews


message 35: by Grasshopper, Administrator (last edited Dec 30, 2018 01:54AM) (new)

Grasshopper Bot (daisyking) | 6220 comments Mod
👍 Could you post us some excerpts in the group too?


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Grasshopper Bot (daisyking) | 6220 comments Mod
Hmmm, went through some of the summaries .very enticing indeed!😊


message 37: by Greg (new)

Greg Watson Hope everyone is having a good weekend. It Could Happen Here , which is my novel, has a couple of reviews on Goodreads. If anyone would be willing to review it, message me with your address. Or if you prefer a Kindle book, provide your e-mail address.


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Grasshopper Bot (daisyking) | 6220 comments Mod
👍 Could you post us some excerpts in the group too?


message 39: by Frank (new)

Frank Prem (frankprem) | 131 comments I've recorded and posted a reading from Small Town Kid. You can find it on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/frankprem2/v...

Happy New Year to everyone.

Frank


message 40: by Cage (new)

Cage Dunn | 33 comments It was a beautiful and moving video, Frank. wonderful. Thank you.


message 41: by Frank (new)

Frank Prem (frankprem) | 131 comments Thank you, Cage.


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Grasshopper Bot (daisyking) | 6220 comments Mod
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Cameron Macdonald | 6 comments M. wrote: "Cameron wrote: "PERFECT TIMING!

I have just opened a promotion for Voyage to the Heart: The Nature of love with Indiecember on Twitter. The book is available for 99c or 99p till Christmas.

An alm..."


Hi there M... sorry for the late reply :-S


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Grasshopper Bot (daisyking) | 6220 comments Mod
Frank wrote: "I've recorded and posted a reading from Small Town Kid. You can find it on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/frankprem2/v...

Happy New Year to everyone.

Frank"

Have liked your work on FB. Happy new year to you too.


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M. Ainihi | 48 comments Cameron wrote: "M. wrote: "Cameron wrote: "PERFECT TIMING!

I have just opened a promotion for Voyage to the Heart: The Nature of love with Indiecember on Twitter. The book is available for 99c or 99p till Christm..."


Cameron wrote: "M. wrote: "Cameron wrote: "PERFECT TIMING!

I have just opened a promotion for Voyage to the Heart: The Nature of love with Indiecember on Twitter. The book is available for 99c or 99p till Christm..."


No worries. Have a safe and happy new year!


message 46: by D.B. (new)

D.B. (jfwalker721) | 1 comments 🖤💛PRE-ORDER & EXCERPT 💛🖤

Stay All Night releases 2/19/19 and you can pre-order it now for a special price of 99¢. Price goes up to $3.99 on release day.

Pre-Order Links
US -- http://bit.ly/StayAllNightUS
UK -- http://bit.ly/StayAllNightUK
CA – http://bit.ly/StayAllNightCA
AU – http://bit.ly/StayAllNightAU

→EXCERPT←
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“What are we doing here, Tobias?” I ask.
“I have some business with my friend Derrick who owns the place,” is all he says. It’s the only hint he gives me. Like it’ll satisfy me.
“What kind of business?” I hedge.
“The noneya kind,” he quips back.
“Ooh, you’re lucky I don’t haul off and smack you upside the head.” I warn him just as a man around our age comes walking out of the main house.
“Stay in the truck. Please.” Tobias demands, but he does nicely, so I decide to follow his orders. This once. I’m normally not one to follow the rules since breaking them to follow my dreams.
He must be picking up an animal. Why else would he have the trailer attached to the truck?
As I’m thinking this over, he comes back to the truck and asks if I’m ready to go meet my surprise.
“Do you want to meet Fighter before taking her home?”
“Fighter?” Hmm…not the name of the zebra.
“Yeah, it’s what I named her. I hope you don’t mind,” he says.
“I’m as ready as ever. Curious as all get out.” I let him know.
“Derrick is going to lead us to her and then if you like her, she’s yours. I bought her for you this afternoon. Unless of course, you don’t want her.” He says sheepishly.
“Oh, I’m sure I’ll want Fighter, whatever she is.”
He opens my truck door and helps me out, leading me over to his friend Derrick, quickly making introductions before we’re led to a heated barn.
“She’s kept in here with some other high-risk rescues. I’m only letting her go because I know you’re a veterinarian, Janie Lynn. Even then it took a lot of convincing on Tobias’s end for me to let her go. She’s already suffered so much, but I know you’ll give her a good home,” Derrick says as he opens the stall door to Fighter.
Holy shit.
Tobias bought me a zebra.
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message 47: by Greg (new)

Greg Watson

My novel, It Could Happen Here is available for free on Amazon in Kindle format today through Sunday, January 27. It is a novel of current events with a Christian emphasis. My hope is that both Christian and non-Christian readers will enjoy the story.


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James (james_marchiori) | 3 comments To My Beloved Heart The Last Journey Of Edgar Allan Poe by James Marchiori

I started writing poetry at 9 after reading Edgar Allan Poe in the secret of my room. I've always thought everybody tends to celebrate his genius ofrom a literary point of view which is good but sometimes reductive as people then get interested more in the circumstances of his death than getting to know the real struggle he had to face during his life. So what I tried to do is dealing with his inner and personal point of view as far as I could learn from the research I did in the past years.This is a gothic/classic horror novel from the perspective of the great master that I decided to write to celebrate his delicate and powerful mind.


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Zuzu Lu James wrote: "To My Beloved Heart The Last Journey Of Edgar Allan Poe by James Marchiori

I started writing poetry at 9 after reading Edgar Allan Poe in the secret of my room. I've always thought everybody te..."


Sounds very interesting, James. Edgar Allan Poe was one of my very first favorite writers. His work just sounds like music to my ears and I have always enjoyed reading it out loud. Made for a weird kid since I was like 7 years old when one of my teachers read Annabelle Lee to me, and I just loved it.


message 50: by Sandra (new)

Sandra Black | 1737 comments This is interesting. 7&9 year olds reading Poe? I am impressed.


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