I know, I know. It’s not quite spring in the Western hemisphere just yet and it’s going on autumn in the Eastern hemisphere, but bear with me. I celebrate my birthday (well, birth year and YAY! Happy birthday, me!) on March 20th and that’s the spring equinox! It totally counts as a spring sale, right?
Anyway! Semantics and discussions of seasons aside, in honour of being another year older (and also surviving 2017), the ebooks of everything I’ve published is on sale for only 99 cents until the end of March! (Officially anyway. Realistically, it’ll probably run a little longer.)
So if you’re looking for some great spring or summer reading… Well, why not check them out?
A Promise Broken has enough sea and beach that it may also scratch that summer reading itch, but I’m not sure I’d go so far as to say it’s a summer read. I will go so far as to say it has some absolutely adorable scenes. But it’s not fluff. (Seriously. It has trigger warnings in the back if you want or need them.)
Tales of the Little Engine makes for a great readalong with children as two very special trains go on a bunch of adventures with their best friends. Beware the Nethertrain, though.
The Passage of Pearl is good to snap up if you’re in the Eastern hemisphere and want something more ominous and dark and spooky to read. It’s perfect autumn reading fodder. Just be warned you may not look at books the same way ever again.
Courage Is the Price, Feather by Feather and Other Stories and Rapunzel, Rapunzel are all-weather books. Courage Is the Price is a YA scifantasy novella about an anxious young woman seeking to help her best friend. Feather by Feather and Other Stories is a collection of over 40 stories and poems, so you’re bound to find something you like. Rapunzel, Rapunzel is a short verse novel retelling of Rapunzel (surprise!).
And that’s it! May you find something absolutely lovely to read amidst all of this. 😀 May your reading go well and your days be enjoyable! Here’s to a good year with many wonderful things for all of us!