Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Orangeberry FreeMe #67

Tuesday, 28th August 2012

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The Mystical Wood by Simon Jenner
Genre - Children's Book
Rating - G
4.5 (6 reviews)
FREE until 29th August 2012
Take a magical journey into 'The Mystical Wood' where a boy, searching for his lost dog, meets a wizard, a dragon, a giant bumblebee and a T-Rex. He must befriend each one to carry on the search for his pet and return back home to his Mum. Will the boy find his dog? How will he get home?

“Little boy, oh little boy, what business have you here?
This wood is full of monsters and other things to fear.”

'The Mystical Wood' combines a terrific adventure with everything a parent or teacher could want a child to read. It has new words, but not too many so that a child loses interest. It shows positive values, without lecturing. It can be read together, or alone. It is written in rhyme which helps your child to remember the new words.

The Staying Organised Survival Guide by Chloe Wilson
Genre - NonFiction / Advice & How To
Rating - G
5.0 (6 reviews)
FREE until 29th August 2012

Give me 15 minutes a day for 30 days and I'll show you how to STAY organized

Do you get home from work to be greeted by clutter central? Are you hiding an ugly mess behind closed doors and drawers? Are youfrustrated when you can't find what you need when you need it? Are you embarrassed by the disorganization when an unexpected visitor drops by?

You may have tried to get organized. You may even have succeeded with a mad purge one weekend. But if it all unravels after a few days or weeks, you need to try something different. 


Zero Sum (Dr. Steven Cross Series #1) by Russell Blake
Genre - Action/Adventure
Rating - PG-13
4.5 (31 reviews)
FREE until 29th August 2012
Present Day Wall Street. Where intelligence agencies and the financial industry are strange bedfellows, and the two worlds are often intertwined in disturbing ways.

In this chillingly plausible scenario of a military/industrial/financial complex run amok, Zero Sum pits Dr. Steven Archer Cross against powerful financier Nicholas Griffen in a conflict that raises troubling questions about our markets and our government.

Racing against the clock in a chase that spans continents, one man's battle to expose the Machiavellian machinations of a ruthless Wall Street marauder forces him into a financial jungle populated by every variety of unscrupulous sociopath - rogue intelligence agencies, Russian mafia oligarchs, drug cartels, and terrorist networks.

As a white-collar game of chess transitions into a lethal real world cage-fight, Steven finds himself in a deadly showdown, where hunters can quickly become the hunted, and blood is the ultimate currency.

A Real Mother: stumbling through motherhood by Denise Malloy
Genre - Humor/Parenting
Rating - G
4.8 (21 reviews)
FREE until 30th August 2012
Columnist, Denise Malloy, is A Real Mother. It took her three months to figure out she was pregnant and not suffering from chronic food poisoning. She's been parentally challenged ever since. For the last six years, Malloy has been amusing readers with tales of motherhood, relationships and mid-life. She waxes profound, and occasionally profane, on issues that touch every Real Mother's life - from diapers to dating. Malloy recounts her wild ride through the Stream of Consciousness Zone of Parenting to getting caught by her teens and, quite possibly, Scarring Them for Life. Denise Malloy inhabits a world that most parents will recognize, but few have described quite so honestly, or hilariously.

The Accidental Anarchist by Bryna Kranzler 
Genre - Historical Biography
Rating - PG-13
5.0 (30 reviews)
FREE until 28th August 2012
By the time he was twenty-five years old, Jacob Marateck had been a Jewish officer in the notoriously anti-Semitic Russian army during the Russo-Japanese War, a revolutionary who sought to overthrow the Czar, and sentenced to death three times. After avoiding the firing squad for the final, unlikely time, he escaped from a Siberian forced labor camp with Warsaw's colorful "King of Thieves." Together, the two struggled to survive and obtain false papers to travel home while avoiding the Secret Police. Told from Marateck's uniquely humorous perspective, The Accidental Anarchist is the remarkable, true story of an ordinary man made extraordinary by participating in the history-making events of the 1900s in Russia and Poland. Throughout all the hardships he endured, he never lost his optimism, which was key to his survival.

Three's A Crowd (A Patrick Shea Mystery) by Mary Lydon Simonsen 
Genre - Mystery
Rating - PG-13
4.4 (11 reviews)
FREE until 29th August 2012
In Three’s A Crowd, we are introduced to Patrick Shea, a young detective sergeant with the Hampden Criminal Investigation Department, whose career is being fast-tracked by the Metropolitan Police in London. With an eye to an appointment with a murder investigation team at New Scotland Yard, Shea is doing everything by the book. Unfortunately, his love life is a bit of a mess and gets messier when he learns his former lover, Annie Jameson, has been assaulted on someone else’s patch. Will Shea’s involvement in the under-the-radar investigation of his ex-girlfriend put his career in jeopardy and possibly her life as well?

If you are a fan of the television series Law & Order UK, you will enjoy Three’s A Crowd. This novella is the first in the Patrick Shea Mystery Series.

The 11th Floor by Charles Culver
Genre - Horror
Rating - PG-13
4.3 (13 reviews)
FREE until 28th August 2012
Luke awakens next to a dead body. He is unsure of his location, and the city in which he finds himself is empty. In an attempt to get home, he encounters many bizarre circumstances which test his sanity. Unknown to him, several other people are also in the city, experiencing similar events and disturbing challenges that they must each overcome.

Their journeys all lead them to the same building where they are lured up to the 11th floor. Along the way, they are enticed to continue, then mentally and physically tortured for doing so.

Who or what will be waiting for them on the 11th floor? Will they be able to find the answers or help they have been seeking?

The Boy Who Flew With Eagles by Ben Woodard
Genre - Children's Adventure
Rating - G
4.8 (20 reviews)
FREE until 30th August 2012
Famine. A giant eagle. And a boy who would be prey. The book combines excitement, adventure, and the dream of all humans. To fly. Naa'ki, a boy snatched by a giant eagle, must use his wits and knowledge to survive. And to save his people and animals from starvation. To succeed, he will have to give up his future.

 Soothe Your Soul At The Beach (10 Easy Ways) by Anna Seeger and Kristopher Lane
Genre - Non-fiction/Self-improvement/Memory improvement
Rating - PG
5.0 (6 reviews)
FREE until 29th August 2012

Everyone knows there is something magical about being at the beach, and most of us go there not knowing really why we come away changed for the better. We just go hoping that the sand and the sea will somehow lift our spirits so we can return home refreshed, our spirits soaring and ready to resume our everyday lives.

You won't find this book among the best motivation books, but "Soothe Your Soul At The Beach" offers specific ways that will allow you to leave your hectic life behind and reconnect with the person you were really meant to be. Actually, this little book, for its short length, may be one of the best self help books I've ever seen.

The rhythm of the ocean gently pulls us back to sure sanity and gives us opportunity to internally reconnect with who we really are. Not the person in the fast-paced life, but the person who creates, who laughs, who lives in joy each and every moment of the day.

Here you have essential methods for finding new direction in your life, you can realize a anew what it means to be you, and all from your experience by the sea. Often the best selling self help books are two inches thick, I can promise you that if you give this little book a few minutes the benefits will last for months.

Mood Boosting Foods with Mood Boosting Recipes by Lee Anne Dobbins
Genre - Non-fiction/Health
Rating - G
5.0 (4 reviews)
FREE until 30th August 2012

Can you eat yourself into a good mood?

For centuries, food has played an important role in health and healing, but what about feeling? Can what you eat really affect how you feel? It certainly can! In fact, certain foods can have a profound affect on the "feel good" chemicals produced by your brain so you really can eat yourself into a good mood.

This book shows you how different nutrients affect your mood and gives you the low down on the top "mood boosting" foods as well as some delicious recipes you can use them in. These recipes are easy to make and include ingredients that are easily found in your grocery store. It's never been easier to feel good all day!

LOVE, WISDOM AND GOD: The Longing of the Western Soul by Andrew Cort
Genre - Spirituality and Religion 
Rating - PG-13
4.7 (6 reviews)
FREE until 29th August 2012

In Love, Wisdom and God, Andrew Cort shows how the great stories of Greek Mythology, when read as internal psychological stories, weave the tale of a soul – your soul – that has descended through seven spiritual levels of Being into material life, and must now do the necessary work to find its way home again.


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Books Sold - 6 Nov 2011 to 31 May 2012

Some of you have asked me for my total number of books sold to evaluate KDP Select so here it is. Bear in mind, that results will vary based on genre and author. Good luck and remember, Keep Moving Forward.

Total - 120,836

1. Excuse Me, My Brains Have Stepped Out
Amazon Kindle - 42,559
Paperback -
Smashwords -

2. Frequent Traveller
Amazon Kindle - 35277
Paperback -
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3. Dora's Essentials - Books, Blogs & Smiles 1
Amazon Kindle - 462
Smashwords -

4. Mirror Me Martha (Short Story)
Amazon Kindle - 281
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5. Drive On Hope (Short Story)
Amazon Kindle - 190
Smashwords -

6. Blog-A-Licious Directory 2012
Amazon Kindle - 1
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7. Pandora's Reading Room 1
Amazon Kindle -
Paperback - N/A

8. The Cat That Barked (Short Story)
Amazon Kindle -

9. Dora's Essentials - Examining Anxiety
Amazon Kindle -

10. Dora's Essentials - Books, Blogs & Smiles 2
Amazon Kindle -

11. Elevenses from Around the World
Amazon Kindle -

12. Genetically Modified Foods vs. Sustainability
Amazon Kindle -

Blog-A-Licius - Sherbet Blossom



Dealightfully Frugal

Blog-A-Licious - The Few, The Proud, The Wife


My Soul Slippers

Blog-A-Licous - Textbook Mommy

Blog-A-Licious - Blue Frogs Legs

Blog-A-Licious - Pretty All True

Pretty All True

Blog-A-Licious - tbaoo



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Blog-A-Licious - The Invisible Art

Blog-A-Licious - Rediscovering Domesticity

Rediscovering Domesticity

Blog-A-Licious - Quiver Full

Blog-A-Licious - Cori's Big Mouth

Blog-A-Licious - Great Fun


Blog-A-Licious - Busy Wife

Blog-A-Licious - Steps To Happiness

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Blog-A-Licious - Toby & Max

Blog-A-Licious - Amelie

Raising Amelie

Blog-A-Licious - Peas In A Pod

Blog-A-Licious - Riley

Blognostics - Poetry


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