Authors have agreed to discount the books in the mid-month (14-15-16) February 2017 writing, music, arts , crafts, cross-promotion to either free or a discounted price. Some books will be discounted earlier, and for a longer period. Check to confirm prices before downloading.
Join our newsletter to be reminded of the date when the books became free or discounted. It is usual that the author may only reduce or offer free, the first book in a series. I've included the following books in a historical fiction series on the author's page for reader convenience. Please let me know if any of the authors in this mid-February promotion, do not have a book that is available for free or under US$3.99 during the 14-15-16 February 2017, and I will delete them from the promotion. Most featured books will be from or 99c, or if $2.99, still substantially discounted, and all excellent value for the historical fiction reader.
Discover Gray-Nomad Nonfiction and Australian Rural Lit Short Stories by Guest authors on special 14-15-16 February 2017.
The authors do not have to pay to be in these mid-month author cross-promotions I receive no remuneration for my work in putting the promotion together. However there are expenses involved. This site contains affiliate links to the products on Amazon. The website owner earns a small commission when you use one of these affiliate links to make a purchase. That, and donations, assists toward the costs of running the website and the historical fiction authors' cross-promotions. I thank all who contribute through donations or by making Amazon purchases (any purchase) via the links in this website.
Cheers, Ryn Shell
Back in 1913 when a T- model Ford was the first motor vehicle to drive through that main street of Violet town, someone had to jog along in front of the car waving a small red flag to warn horseman of the approaching vehicle.
Here in a History of Violet Town.
Boxed ready for FREE post within Australia.
Relax in a palm fringed thermal pool or hot springs.
One of the most difficult things about travelling in the outback is eating a healthy variety of fresh vegetables. Green leafy vegetables are generally wilted and expensive, if you can even get them. The conditions aren't always conducive to growing your own.
Ryn Shell writes stories of crime, love and Australia.
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I put my time into running them without charge, but there are expenses involved. If you benefit from this promotion, a small donation will be appreciated.
This site contains affiliate links to products. The website owner earns a small commission when you use one of these affiliate links to make a purchase on Amazon. That assists toward the costs of running the website.