Wednesday, 31 October 2012

Orangeberry FreeMe #130




Wednesday, 31 October 2012

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One, Two ... He Is Coming For You – Willow Rose 
Genre – Suspense / Horror
Rating – R
3.8 (10 reviews)
Free until 4 November 2012

Set in the Danish coastal town of Karrebaeksminde, journalist Rebekka Franck returns to her hometown with her six year old daughter. She is trying to escape her ex-husband and starting a new life for her and her daughter, when the small sleepy town experiences a murder. 

One of the kingdoms wealthiest men is brutally murdered in his summer residence in Karrebaeksminde. While Rebekka Franck and her punk photographer Sune try to cover the story for the local newspaper another murder happens on a high society rich man. Now Rebekka Franck realizes that the drowsy little kingdom of Denmark has gotten its first serial killer and soon a series of dark secrets - long buried but not forgotten - will see the day of light.

One, Two ... He is coming for you is the first book in Willow Rose's mystery-series about the reporter Rebekka Franck and her photographer Sune.

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Cinema of Shadows – Michael West
Genre – Horror
Rating – R
4.6 (28 reviews)
Free until 1 November 2012
Welcome to the Woodfield Movie Palace.
The night the Titanic sank, it opened for business…and its builder died in his chair.   In the 1950s, there was a fire; a balcony full of people burned to death.  And years later, when it became the scene of one of Harmony, Indiana's most notorious murders, it closed for good.  Abandoned, sealed, locked up tight…until now.

Tonight, Professor Geoffrey Burke and his Parapsychology students have come to the Woodfield in search of evidence, hoping to find irrefutable proof of a haunting.  Instead, they will discover that, in this theater, the terrors are not confined to the screen.

Scattered Leaves: The Legend of Ghost Killer – Lynny Prince
Genre – Paranormal, Alternate History
Rating – G
4.6 (32 reviews)
Free until 31 October 2012
What would you do for a chance to go back in time and change history? This is what Kyle Ghostkiller has the chance to do in Scattered Leaves: The Legend of Ghostkiller, a "Twilight" meets "Avatar" thrill ride that takes you to a different place in time where anything is possible - even changing the past.

If you enjoy the paranormal, are fascinated with time travel, love history and want to know what could have happened if the Indians had won the west, read my book. You'll come away with a new perspective on history and a better understanding of why the Indians fought so hard to keep their way of life.


Saving Halloween – Lisa Ard
Genre – Fantasy, MG
Rating – PG
4.7 (15 reviews)
Free until 31 October 2012
When book-smart Anne Parson meets Halloween Spavento, she sees exactly what she wants to see -- a friend. Halloween waves away trouble, magically silences school bullies and offers Anne unfailing friendship. But, when the Spavento family's enchanting exploits are exposed, will Anne face her fears and save Halloween? A spellbinding tale of outcasts who find acceptance, a girl who discovers the true meaning of family, and characters who are not always what they seem. 2012 Kay Snow Award Winner


Implicated – Peter Michael Rosenberg
Genre – Thriller
Rating – PG13
4.1 (17 reviews)
Free until 1 November 2012
Erdogan Denizli cleans up the messes other people make of their lives. Not their dirty houses or their dirty clothes - no, Erdogan gets a call when a bathroom is sprayed with arterial blood after a shamed pervert cuts his own throat, after a home-invasion-gone-wrong leaves bits of brain ground into the carpet, or when an undiscovered death drips putrefying body fluids into the apartment below. He's a crime scene cleaner in Ventura County, California and after forensics have done their job, he gets to work...

It's not his job to feel the pain of those left behind, or to feel sadness at a wasted and unmourned life, but he does. He can't help it. But he doesn't get involved; he can't afford to - he can't risk dredging up the shadows of his own past. But when, on a routine crime scene clean-up, he finds a piece of overlooked evidence, evidence that implicates the cops in an assassins-for-hire conspiracy, he can't look the other way, because now his own life's in danger. But who do you turn to for help when it's the cops that want you dead?

Implicated is a contemporary but noirish thriller with a "cast of characters straight out of an Elmore Leonard novel": Valerie, the femme fatale who wants to nail the cops who killed her husband... Maxim, the Azerbaijani mobster who wants in on a little bit of the American Dream ... ill-fated Sammy the Schmuck with his penchant for other people's lives (and other people's money). And Brad and Mikey, the cops who've long since thrown "Serve and Protect" out the window.


The Survivors – Angela White
Genre – Action, Adventure
Rating – R
3.6 (117 reviews)
Free until 4 November 2012

From dangerous trips into dark, apocalyptic cities, to patriotic rescues and furious revelations, Life After War is an action packed fantasy series where those left alive must come to terms with their mistakes in the old world, while fighting for a place in the new one. It's the apocalyptic fantasy series that Stephen King fans have been searching for. This way, please...


Murder at Blue Falls – Maggie Bishop
Genre – Mystery
Rating – PG13
4.3 (29 reviews)
Free until 31 October 2012
Arson and murder disturb the Appalachian peace of the Triplett Valley's Blue Falls Dude Ranch. Jemma Chase, daughter of the ranch owners and trail-ride leader, becomes involved when her horse finds a body. Being an amateur SCI is fun until her meddling puts her life in danger. Detective Tucker's suspicions disturb and annoy Jemma, but in the end, he becomes the answer to her prayers. Escape to the North Carolina mountains for a week on a guest ranch.


Hidden – Derick Parsons
Genre – Thriller, Suspense
Rating – PG13
4.9 (14 reviews)
Free until 4 November 2012
Why has a beautiful young woman been committed to an insane asylum? What is the truth behind a shadowy past containing drug use, promiscuity and murder? What secrets does she hold that others will kill to keep HIDDEN? These are questions that psychologist Kate Bennett must answer if she is to save her patient's sanity...and both their lives. But Kate has secrets of her own, and a dark past of her own that will come back to haunt her.

HIDDEN is a thriller, set in Dublin, but it is also a voyage of self-discovery for Kate, as she uncovers not just the truth about her patient but some truths about herself.


String Bridge – Jessica Bell
Genre – Contemporary Fiction
Rating – PG
4.8 (29 reviews)
Free until 31 October 2012
Greek cuisine, smog and domestic drudgery was not the life Australian musician, Melody, was expecting when she married a Greek music promoter and settled in Athens, Greece. Keen to play in her new shoes, though, Melody trades her guitar for a 'proper' career and her music for motherhood. That is, until she can bear it no longer and plots a return to the stage--and the person she used to be. However, the obstacles she faces along the way are nothing compared to the tragedy that awaits.

 "Poet and musician Jessica Bell's debut novel String Bridge is a rich exploration of desire, guilt, and the difficult balancing act of the modern woman. The writing is lyrical throughout, seamlessly integrating setting, character and plot in a musical structure that allows the reader to identify with Melody's growing insecurity as her world begins to unravel a powerful debut from a promising writer, full of music, metaphor, and just a hint of magic." Magdalena Ball of The Compulsive Reader, author of "Sleep Before Evening"

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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 -
Smashwords -

3. Dora's Essentials - Books, Blogs & Smiles 1
Amazon Kindle - 462
Smashwords -

4. Mirror Me Martha (Short Story)
Amazon Kindle - 281
Smashwords -

5. Drive On Hope (Short Story)
Amazon Kindle - 190
Smashwords -

6. Blog-A-Licious Directory 2012
Amazon Kindle - 1
Smashwords -

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

SherbetBlossom

Blog-A-Licious

Dealightfully Frugal

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

Blog-A-Licious

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

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

Greatfun4kids

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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