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Aahh Summer....

SUMMER READING ANYONE?

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Happy Independence Day

In celebration of the Independence Day Weekend, Liquid Silver Books is offering its entire catalog of Contemporary Romance ebooks for sale. The sale lasts over the entire Fourth of July Weekend. 255 more words

Kindle Unlimited, Book Lending, and Matchbook

BETWEEN LIGHT AND SHADOWS is available on Kindle Unlimited (subscribers can download and read the book for free), Kindle Book Lending (allows users to lend the book after purchasing to their friends and family for a duration of 14 days), and Kindle MatchBook (gives customers who purchase or have previously purchased a print copy of the book from Amazon the option to purchase the Kindle version for $2.99 or less).

Between Light And Shadows

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“An artist is nothing without a patron, it is a harsh truth that history has repeated too often, think of Van Gough and check out the writings of this humble author while you surf for your books please!” 105 more words

Sharmishtha Basu

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“An artist is nothing without a patron, it is a harsh truth that history has repeated too often, think of Van Gough and check out the writings of this humble author while you surf for your books please!” 59 more words

Sharmishtha Basu

Book Promotion – Bike Travelling Man

The Peatmore Press five day promotion period for its latest ebook, Bike Travelling Man (BTM) under Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) Select Program, has ended.  It seems that 75 free kindle books have been downloaded by customers. 250 more words

Self Publishing

Indie Pride Day plug! judge this book by its cover!

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00YMRB3P8

They told us that this new world was perfect

They told us that we were all equal under the eyes of the only God… 142 more words

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