Day 242: Reading Christmas

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We started reading our Christmas book before we went on our road trip but it is difficult to take pictures of people reading and make it look exciting.

Kit and I read Visions of Sugar Plums by Janet Evanovich as part of our December Adventivities.

The book was decent and amusing. Our favorite characters were the black best friend because of her shopping on Christmas Eve insanity and the horn-dog grandma who looks for potential boyfriends at funerals.

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Day 217: Book Post

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On my tumblr blog I posted this picture of my copy of Hitchhiker’s Guide and said it is free to a good home.

The first person to respond was one of my followers from the UK. So we agreed to do a book swap.

I’m getting the City for the Bones which my librarian sister informs me is hugely popular. Being the sillyheads that we are neither of us have read it.

My mom’s reaction was awesome, “they don’t sell that book in the UK?”
And I sighed and had to explain how much more exciting it is to get mail from another country.

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I was also pleased that it didn’t cost nearly as much as I thought. Squee! I can’t wait to get my book!!

Day 183: Urban Comics

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In addition to finding the green box in this grandiose library I found out they were having a mondo book sale. They normally have a bookstore but that day they had two full rooms of cheap books. I found this book in the bookstore but only paid a meager $3.00 for it. I couldn’t resist it! Retail is $15.00

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The Slasher under the car is a classic. I remember getting emails about this when email was still new.
This urban legend is super old. I am tickled to read all of them.

Do you have a favorite urban legend?

Free Book Alert–What Thing Had Escaped (Part One)

Winston is giving away more free books!
This is just part of his campaign to being out his blog serial as a book in multiple parts.

Don’t worry, I wont let you guys miss out on his book being published on November 1st!

Hop on over to his blog to catch up on the serial novel. All the epsiodes are up and free to read right now but they won’t be forever.

-RoseKat

The Object

This is Part One of a new serial I’m releasing directly to Kindle.  I hope you’ll take advantage of the free download, read it, and leave an honest review on Amazon.  Thanks everyone!

And in case you missed it, check out our Kickstarter Campaign for The Object: Book One.

What Thing Had Escaped (Part One)

Free 10/17/2012, 10/18/2012

Book Description:

Survival is a daily struggle for Eugene and Darryl, who walk the filthy, crowded streets of Louisville searching for a day’s work or an abandoned house to loot for salable goods. Though Darryl has a job catering to an elderly rich man who lives in a private suburb lined with stone walls and razor wire, his wage barely feeds him, much less Eugene.

Then one evening there’s a knock on the door and a mysterious man in a suit tells Darryl he’s just inherited the entire fortune of his…

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Free E-Book: Circle in the Woods

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I posted a link to Winston’s book giveaway blog the other day but I failed to mention he would be having promotional giveaways this week.

This one involves no contest. Simply go to the Amazon website, use your regular log-in and download a copy.

His book, which I recently finished reading is up for FREE grabs today–October 4th, 2012 You do not need an E-Reader or fancy phone to read the kindle version. You can use the Amazon reader on your home computer or notebook.

You can’t beat the price. Now give my friend Winston a try: Circle in the Woods on Amazon