If you go to one of the sites and the cost is greater, then go to a different one!
My book, Letter Perfect is on sale only through tomorrow, Saturday 9/14. It's only $2.99 and features a finishing school flunky as the heroine. You all know how klutzy I am. Following the authors' edict of "write what you know," I wrote about a klutzy woman. Yes, she looks demure on the gorgeous cover, but you soon learn she's just as likely to smack her cheek with that fan as she is to cool her embarrassed flushes.
If her own two feet don't end up tripping her, Ruth Caldwell's mouth is likely to get her into equal trouble. But Ruth has the best of intentions. Truly. It's just that her attempts to live up to her mother's expectations of how a lady should act have often yielded...well, less than impressive results.
Josh McCain is speechless when he sees Ruth step off the stage in Folsom, California. Sure, it looks like she's been sleeping in her gown for the past week, but with a crown of riotous curls and those deep green eyes, she's certainly the most beautiful woman he's ever met.
But Josh soon finds the sparks that fly upon Ruth's arrival aren't the romantic type. With her legitimate claims to an inheritance, the Broken P Ranch's future is suddenly precarious. And when Ruth's "accidents"--going beyond even her normal bumbling ways--seem to take a sinister turn, Josh must decide where his loyalties lie.
Bittersweet is the sequel to Letter Perfect. Josh's sister, Laney, is the heroine. Read Letter Perfect first! There's a mystery in it, so if you read Bittersweet first, it'll spoil the whodunnit. :)
You'll discover books in the free and bargain sections of the link by some of the authors here on Writes of Passage: Judy, Tracie, Lynn, and Kim! Just imagine: You can go download a wonderful supply of entertaining Christian fiction--a whole bunch of books that will give you hours and days and weeks of enjoyment. Refresh your soul, and the total cost will be less than box of cereal.
Here's that site again:
I mentioned Ruthie's clumsiness. I find flawed characters far more believable, likable, and endearing. They feel real and I can relate to them. Are there any particular flaws or foibles you have that you'd like to see in a character, or characters you've read about whose issues touched you deeply?