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Sales On The Horizon....

Hey everyone!  'Tis the season for good deals and chilly afternoons perfect for reading.  I'm posting a couple of days early so everyone gets a chance to check out the sales beforehand!  I've made some spiffy graphics (okay, about 6 different sets for each social media platform because I've decided they're rather fun to make...) and everything.  You'll find links to each sale platform below the graphic, so you don't even have to do any searching.

Paperbacks from Amazon: (remember, these qualify for Prime shipping, which I think Amazon is offering to everyone during Black Friday...?)
Welcome Home & My Compass Home: $6.00 each
Beautiful Chaos & Something New: $11.00 each
Everything I Never Said & Everything And Nothing: $3.60 each
Available now through Cyber Monday! 
Click HERE.

My Etsy store is all set up for sales!
If you'd like signed paperbacks, I'm offering a 25% off coupon (code: GIVINGSEASON).  No minimum is needed!  During 11/23-11/26, you can also benefit from free U.S. media mail shipping (no international, sorry) for orders over $30.00 (code: FREESHIP)
If you want a special message included in the book, please let me know!  

I also throw in a surprise or two in each package I ship out, so there's always something special to look forward to...
Click HERE.

Finally, you can download ANY of my Kindle books 100% free from Black Friday until Cyber Monday!  That includes my newest releases.  Stock up now!  
(I'm actually really excited to offer this one.  I love watching the downloads tick up on KDP...)
Click HERE.

Last but definitely not least, I'm also participating in a larger sale and giveaway (as in, immense and awesome) organized by a couple of wonderful indie authors.  Watch out for a Saturday post about all of that, including about 150+ reasons why you should check out the sale!  

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