Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Free Ebook Days-TWO BOOKS

Free Ebook Days: March 15th and 16th

I'm always forgetful about using my free eBook days. Full disclosure, since free eBooks are free I do not see any profit for these days. The point is purely to try to get people to read and review my book. The more reviews a book has on Amazon the better. People are less likely to purchase a book from a new author if they can't see that other people have read it and liked it. Word of mouth and Amazon reviews are an author's best friends. 

So, in order to drum up more reviews, I'm putting my books (both of them) up for free on the days mentioned above (March 15th and 16th, 2014, there I mentioned them again). Please share this with anyone you think may be interested in either of the books listed below and if you do read my book, please share your honest reviews on Amazon, Goodreads, or whatever other review platform you visit. 







A Young Adult Fantasy by H. L. Burke
In part one: The Tale of the Ordinary Knight


It isn’t that Sir Percy isn’t trying. It is simply difficult for a magical negative to advance himself in a kingdom where you are judged on which fairies attended your christening. In Ithelwaite magical powers can make or break a knight’s career, but without them, Percy finds himself assigned to guard the royal kennels: the guard dogs’ guard.
His luck, however, swiftly changes when he catches the eye of the sheltered Princess Matilda. Raised in fear of a fairy attack, Matty is eager to break out of her doorless tower and rescue herself, even if it means dragging Percy along for the ride.


In part two: The Invisible Princess


Born with a disturbing lack of visibility, Princess Elaina of Thale had a childhood filled with quacks and charlatans, all promising to reverse the curse. When her parents determine that the answer to reversing her invisibility lies in matching her up with a perfect prince, Elaina decides she has finally had enough. She will drive off any suitor who dares to approach her.

Nothing, however, has prepared her for the suspiciously ambitious Prince Randolf or for the charming stablehand, Jeff, who wins her friendship. Before she realizes what is happening, Elaina is swept into an adventure with her father’s crown and her very existence at stake.




A Fantasy Romance by H. L. Burke

On her first assignment out of the Academy,  young healer and scholar, Shannon Macaulay is summoned to the struggling kingdom of Regone to see to the wounds of a young but crippled king. When the unwanted attentions of an aggressive knight and the sudden appearance of a hated dragon turn her world upside down, she decides to take matters into her own hands even if doing so proves dangerous.

Finding herself strangely drawn to the company of the dragon, Gnaw, Shannon must force herself out of her safe world of books and botany to come to the aid of her unexpected ally in a strange kingdom, cursed by a fateful encounter with a dragon and the loss of a beloved prince. Can she learn to put aside her fears, and perhaps sacrifice her deepest desires, to help a friend and restore a family?









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2 comments:

  1. I love what Clarice said about your book! I still want to read it. I have to share my Hubby's computer now, since mine died a few days ago. Thankfully we saved most of my files and photos and your eBook too! I'd love it if you could email me two jpg photo images of your books (one of each) and the links to where my readers can find them. I'll advertise that they are for free on the dates mentioned. You can also send me the link to the post that you will use to advertise your books on your blog, for example, this one, and I'll encourage my readers to visit your blog.
    Today I found a Christian fiction writer who seems similar to you. Here's a link to the post of hers that I'm presently reading:
    http://anniedouglasslima.blogspot.tw/2014/03/jeskie-interview-with-street-urchin.html

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    1. Oh, she liked me on Facebook! You know, I have a Facebook friend who is also Christina M and when she mentioned that you had pointed her to me, I totally replaced her with you in my head and assumed that was who she meant.

      I'll try to email you those things right away. I'll probably make another post on the day they are free, just as a reminder, but this one has all the necessary links and is already up, so it would be a good one to include.

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