Time for book shopping – without spending any money; 5 volumes of Civil War combat art

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Hi there,

I hope that this week has been a good one for you.

Giveaways

We were a little thin on giveaways last week. Not so this week. Kill the Quarterback is part of a couple of giveaways that you will want to check out. And you can put your wallet away. They’re all free.

Lose Yourself in Free BooksOne of the best selections of FREE books I’ve seen in a very long time. More than 230 books spanning 13 genres from some of today’s hottest authors, all free July 24-30. Download as many summer reads as you likehttp://www.andreadomanski.com/promo You’re welcome, @instafreebie Technically, the promotion doesn’t start for a few days, but you can head over there now and start downloading.

BookDealsToday. We’re running a mystery/thriller/suspense giveaway that can fill up your summer reading list pretty quickly. The promo dates are July 20-28, so you should check it out now. http://bookdeals.today/

Pamela Crane’s latest, The Art of Fear, for $0.99

One of the authors I work with is Pamela Crane, a mother-of-four writer of gritty mystery and thriller books and short stories. The book is titled The Art of Fear, and here’s the tagline:

A crime no one saw. A suicide no one questioned. A twist no one will predict…as Ari faces her demons and the killer behind them.

You can purchase it at this link: http://wp.me/P8wO9Y-2 Scroll down below the signature of this email to find out more about the book and take a look at the cover.

If you read and liked Kill the Quarterback . . .

. . . why not recommend it to a friend? All you have to do is forward this email to someone you think would enjoy the book.

Point out that Kill the Quarterback is available in either one of the promotions listed above. Hands-free, no cost. A great way to say “thank you” or just “thinking of you.”

If you do forward this email, put my email on it, too, so I’ll have a record of it. I won’t email your friends myself, but having a record is important. I’ll explain next week.

Battlelines: Gettysburg

All five volumes of the first set of Civil War Combat Artists and the Pictures They Drew are complete and available on Amazon (which stills thinks there are three volumes, rather than five). The first volume, Battlelines: Road to Gettysburg, is free. The second, Battlelines: Gettysburg, Day 1, can be downloaded for free at this link. I have spent a good part of my week working on the next volume in this series, a set of drawings related to the battle of Antietam, America’s deadliest day.

On the farm

We finished cutting up about 10 silver-leaf poplars this week that had been blown down in the storm we had several weeks ago. That was a big, hot job, and I’m glad it’s over.

Have a great weekend.

Jim


Jim Stovall
www.jprof.com

The Art of Fear by Pamela Crane

A father’s suspicious death. A daughter’s motive for revenge. And a cunning killer plotting again.

Ari Wilburn’s life ended long ago, the day she watched her sister die in a tragic accident. Crippled with self-blame and resented by her parents, Ari stumbles through life…and onto an unlikely clue that casts doubt on whether the death was accidental.

A psychological wreck, Ari joins a suicide support group where she meets Tina, a sex-enslaved escapee who suspects foul play in her long-lost father’s suicide. In a pursuit of justice, Tina drags Ari into playing a dangerous game with the killer.

As the two murders seem connected, Ari must face her demons and the killer behind them … or lose everything she loves.

http://wp.me/P8wO9Y-2


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Jim Stovall, a retired journalism prof, is now a novelist, self publisher, watercolorist, gardener, woodworker and beekeeper -- among others things.

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