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.