Choosy Bookworm has partnered with eNovel Authors at Work to bring you a month long celebration with great books, great book deals, and let’s not forget the great giveaways!
Check out today’s featured authors and books, then head on over to the event page and enter to win one of two $250 Amazon Gift Cards or Paypal Cash!
The Bow of Destiny by P.H. Solomon: extended sale
Voting ends on 11/5 (feel free to vote for it if you’re an Authorsdb member) so if he makes it to the next round he has promised to extend the sale again.
The book is available on Amazon.
Autumn Birt Freebies
- Stories for the War (book 1): free on website (reg $2.99)
- After the War (book 2): free from Nov 17 to 21 (reg $3.99)
- Battle for Europe (book 3): free from Nov 24 to 28 (reg $3.99)
- Fight for Peace (book 4 and final in series) 99 cents on preorder. Release of Nov 30. 99 cent sale ends that night.
Bound by a Dragon
At twenty-two, Keira needs to settle down, but marriage prospects in a small medieval village can be pretty slim. So when Aaron Drake arrives in the village and focuses his attention on Keira, she cannot help but be interested. But there is more to Aaron Drake than meets the eye. Why does he live in a remote castle in the middle of the mountains? Why is his arrival coincident with the arrival of a dragon in the area? And why does the dragon live in the caves beneath his castle?
Bound by a Dragon is the first book in The Dragon Archives series. It is permanently free on Amazon.
Superheroes are at war, but not with villains.
As the first few rumblings of discontent start to make themselves heard, Ethan and his friends in the Protectorate will have to face their greatest foe, one who is all around—the public.
You can preorder Unmasked from:
Pearseus: Rise of the Prince Free Days
My very own Rise of the Prince, Book 1 of the epic fantasy/sci-fi series Pearseus, will be free between November 17th and 20th, as well on Cyber Monday (November 30).
This is the perfect opportunity to start reading the series that “does for Ancient Greece what Game of Thrones did for Medieval England” (in the words of a reviewer).