Not Exactly Dead is scheduled to be free for Kindle Wednesday and Thursday, and Not Exactly Innocent is scheduled to be free Thursday and Friday.
By next week, both titles should be available to purchase in ebook at retailers other than Amazon. (They've been Amazon exclusives for about three months, but those contracts are expiring.)
My two latest books are scheduled to be free for Kindle later this week. The Piano (http://amzn.com/B01DRAKTBY) is scheduled to be free Wednesday and Thursday, April 20 and 21. Not Quite Home (http://amzn.com/B01BZCLX7A )is scheduled to be free this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, April 23 and 24.
If you are enrolled in Kindle Unlimited, these books can be read for free at any time, for a limited time, as can a number of my other books. The cut-off date (unless they get re-enrolled in Kindle Unlimited) for each book: Not Exactly Dead (May 19), Not Exactly Innocent (May 20), Not Quite Home (June 14), The Piano (July 1). My grandfather's journal from right after WWI, Three Months From the Diary of a Gob: 1918-1919, is also available to borrow through Kindle Unlimited, until July 9.
Isannah Here is free for Kindle today through Wednesday. This is the last of the Kindle freebie offers for this series.
It will be available for Kindle Unlimited subscribers to read for free for a few days after that, but then it will go out of the program so that Notes From Hiding - the complete novel - can be made available in more markets. (To be in Kindle Unlimited, at least for small publishers, Amazon requires exclusive ebook rights.)
By the way, in the trivia department, since I published this series, I've found out that Paul Revere had a child named Isannah, and also that there's a character named Isannah in the award-winning book Johnny Tremain, set in the American revolution. Who knew? Do you know of other people, real or fictional, named Isannah?
I got the name from some Mennonite friends of mine, who have a toddler granddaughter named that. I got to meet Isannah when she came out to live briefly on their dairy farm while her mother dealt with taking care of a newborn. My very young acquaintance has two cousins roughly the same age who live near her grandparents, and it was great fun watching the three little girls playing together. I haven't met Isannah's parents, and I don't know where they got the name. When I told some of the local relatives about Paul Revere having a child named that, they were quite surprised, though, so I'm pretty sure it wasn't from the Revere family.
Dear Invader is free today and tomorrow at Amazon. The next two installments in the Notes From Hiding series - Dear Citizen and Dear Neighbor - are scheduled to be free tomorrow and the next day. These are the last scheduled free days for all three ebooks. Click on the picture to go to Amazon.
This week, various parts of the five-part Notes From Hiding serial are free to download for Kindle, at Amazon. Each part is free for two or three days, and there are overlaps, so be sure and check throughout the week for any parts you've missed.
This morning, this is how Dear Citizen and Dear Neighbor were ranked. Rankings change hourly.
The free Kindle promotion of Dear Invader ends tonight.
It's currently #2 in Christian Futuristic Fiction, and #6 in Kindle Short Reads, Teen & Young Adult.
This was my first novel, and is still a favorite. It was inspired in part by a story my late husband's grandfather used to tell about a rather singular horse in Dakota Territory. It's also a story about how true love doesn't demand perfection.
Two copies are up for grabs. The giveaway is open to several countries. Why not go see if your country is among them?