Friday Book Roundup


Hmm, I hadn’t figured I’d do this as a regular feature but it seems to be popular …

If you are debating over Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol, the Book Depository.com has it on special for 50% off … again, no shipping costs need be added to that. The link is here.

Karen Marie Moning’s Dreamfever is also on for 50% off if you’re a KMM fan. As are most of JR Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood books. Scout around their site and see for yourself.

Harlequin’s Freebie Friday features Gena Showalter’s  The Vampire’s Bride today only. (remember, you have to order two books to get this freebie.)

Maya Banks has announced the winners for the eBook Extravaganza contest over on her WriteMinded blog.  Congratulations to Eshani Weeramunda who won draw #24 which included a copy of my novel, Personal Protection, along with Kristen Painter’s All Fired Up, Allie Boniface’s One Night in Napa, Lorelei James’ Miss Firecracker, and Maya’s Golden Eyes. Congratulations to Eshani, and all the winners over on WriteMinded.

Speaking of Maya, her Sweet Seduction and Sweet Persuasion are still available for 50% off over at The Book Depository.

I just finished Lynsay Sand’s The Renegade Hunter. And I loved it so much, it’s already on my keeper shelf. Lynsay’s another of my favorite Canadian authors – she writes both historicals and a paranormal contemporary series following the Argeneau family (who are vampires) Many of the books are set in Canada, specifically Toronto and the surrounding areas, so for me they’re always that much more special.