Thursday, June 2, 2011

Summer Kindle Reads

I promise I really will announce the winners of the PW contest; I need to get my husband to pick a random number - all about fairness here!

Productivity has come to a screeching halt since I came down with a cold over the weekend.  I don't do mild colds.  When they happen, they're big and gross and frankly it's just best to stay home and remain in a fetal position.  Thankfully I only tend to get sick twice per year.

Anyway (sorry, totally burying the lead here), know that Amazon has a bunch of Kindle books on sale for summer.  This was well-timed in my case, since I was in need of something to read between sneezes.  My recommendations?

(Though you should note that I haven't read all of these books, but the ones I'm posting I've either read or would very much like to)

Eva Marie Everson's This Fine Life, currently free,

Julie Carobini's Fade to Blue, on sale for $1.99,

Denise Hildreth's Savannah from Savannah,

Sara Evans' and Rachel Hauck's The Sweet By and By

Donald Miller's Blue Like Jazz (always a classic),

...and James Scott Bell's Plot and Structure, for the writerly-minded, all listed for $1.99.

For $2.99, take a look at Mary Ellis's A Widow's Hope,

Helen Hollick's The Forever Queen (reading this now, so far very interesting),

Susanna Kearsley's Winter Sea,

....and hello there, familiar faces! It's my first-born, Plain Jayne.

Happy reading!

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