Thursday, 1 November 2012

Orangeberry FreeMe #131

Thursday, 1 November 2012

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A Luring Murder – Stacy Verdick Case 
Genre – Mystery
Rating – PG
*New Release*
Free until 30 November 2012
The irreverent detective is back, and this time she’s on vacation. God help us all.

St. Paul, Minnesota Homicide Detective Catherine O’Brien and her loving husband Gavin are vacationing on one of Minnesota’s 10,000 lakes. When a local is murdered Catherine is tapped to help the small town Sheriff until the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension arrives to take over the investigation.

Catherine is surprised when her partner Louise and Diggs the forensic pathologist, whose crush on Louise is only dwarfed by his own genius, shows up to assist instead of the BCA.

Before long Catherine and Louise discover this sleepy little town has a dark side hidden beneath its placid lake charms. Somewhere in the tangle of cheating and deception is a motive for murder. 

Fate – Tallulah Grace
Genre – Romantic Suspense
Rating – PG13
4.0 (41 reviews)
Free until 3 November 2012
Is precognition a prescription for happiness or disaster?

The good things in life are coming together for Kristina Collins. She's found her ideal home, her career is on track for mega success and the man of her dreams has finally come back into her life.

In Fate, the first installment of the Timeless Trilogy, Kris Collins discovers the benefits and risks of having precognitive visions while being stalked by a serial killer. Her friends can't help her, the FBI can't save her; she must save herself.

The Timeless Trilogy heroines, Kristina, Veronica and Cassandra, each deal with paranormal abilities as they discover and rediscover eternal love.

Little Deadly Things – Harry Steinman
Genre – Science Fiction, Thriller
Rating – PG13
4.9 (15 reviews)
Free until 3 November 2012
What happens when abusive parents raise brilliant children? You might get a saint. You might get a killer. Or you might get one of each.

Young Eva Rozen witnessed her sister's brutal murder, and barely escaped with her life. Eva survived by finding refuge from madness in the orderly world of science. Twenty-five years later, this master of nanotechnology is on her way to becoming the world's richest woman... and the most dangerous.

Marta Cruz also endured a troubled childhood. The early death of her mother and her father's incarceration left her an orphan, and a crippling disease left her in pain. Marta's refuge? A tropical rainforest where she discovers plants with miraculous healing properties.

The two girls meet in high school and form an uneasy friendship that lasts through college. Eva wants power, profit - and Marta's husband. She offers to fund Marta's public health dreams in exchange for the ailing physician's knowledge of plant-based medicines. Together, they build NMech, which becomes the world's largest nanotech manufacturer.

When the unstable Eva has a psychotic break, and attacks the people who rely on NMech for survival, only Marta can stand between Eva and the death of millions. But Marta is a healer, not a fighter, and must rely on her husband and teenaged son, a boy who faces a life-or-death challenge well beyond his years.

Little Deadly Things is the place where science meets the psyche, where the world's fate rests in the hands of a madwoman and in the lives of the family that must stop her.

The Accidental Anarchrist – Bryna Kranzler
Genre – Historical Biiography
Rating –PG13
5 (41 reviews)
Free until 1 November 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.

Killer Work From Home Jobs – Lee Evans
Genre – Non-Fiction
Rating – G
4.5 (17 reviews)
Free until 1 November 2012
Killer Work from Home Jobs: Fortune 500 & Legitimate Work at Home Jobs - How to Make Money Online from Home! will help you accomplish your dream.

  • Is it your dream to spend more time with family?
  • Do you need to ditch that exhausting, gas-guzzling commute?
  • Did you always dream of working at home, but couldn't find a legitimate job?

The idea for Killer Work from Home Jobs: Fortune 500 & Legitimate Work at Home Jobs - How to Make Money Online from Home! came from the fact that I trudged to my job, as manager of someone else's business, wondering why I wasn't happy. I was good at what I did, achieved the company's goals, made good money, received accolades, but something wasn't right, there was no sense of fulfillment.

I can't convey the melancholy I felt, I worked hard to achieve success, earned every academic credential, had a resume to swoon over. But I wasn't a happy camper. Was this all there was?

Once I decided to work at home, it was amazing, I jumped in the air and clicked my feet! Killer Work from Home Jobs: Fortune 500 & Legitimate Work at Home Jobs - How to Make Money Online from Home! is dedicated to all those who just can't go back to work. In addition to the "I can't take it any mores" of the world, this book will help many who have other compelling reasons, as well. The need to work from home runs deep. Taking the first step to working at home will make you jump for joy. Reading this book will mean you're one step closer to your goal. Dorothy got it right, "There's no place like home!"

A Dead Red Oleander – R. P. Dahlke
Genre – Mystery
Rating – PG13
4.7 (32 reviews)
Free until 2 November 2012
When a late in the season emergency forces Lalla Bains to accept a greenhorn ag pilot for her dad's cropdusting business, she sighs in relief . After all, he comes highly recommended, his physical is spotless, and with a name like Dewey Treat, what could possibly go wrong?

Then her quirky relatives arrive from Texas and things go south in a hurry: Dewey Treat drops dead, his tearful widow claims he was murdered, clobbers Sherriff Caleb Stone with his own gun, and makes a run for it. Lalla, convinced the widow is innocent, sets out to prove it--against the express wishes of fiancé Caleb Stone.

Feds, local law, suspicious ag-pilots, nutso relatives, and her daddy's new sidekick, Bruce the goat, make life a living hell for Lalla. Will her nosey nature solve the crime and save the day? Or put them all in mortal danger?

Covert Dreams – Michael Meyer
Genre – Suspense, Mystery
Rating – PG13
4.1 (29 reviews)
Free until 3 November 2012
Imagine waking up remembering intimate details about a country in which you have never traveled and fluently speaking a language that you have never spoken. B.J. is living the ideal life. He has a great wife, a wonderful job. And yet he is experiencing life-like vivid dreams of Munich, a city he has never visited.

Stan Halsey is a professor in Saudi Arabia, who sends for his wife to join him. She arrives, and, in the blink of an eye, she vanishes, leaving no trace of ever being alive in either the United States or in Saudi Arabia.

COVERT DREAMS is a fast-paced international suspense thriller that moves from Munich to the burning sands of Saudi Arabia. What is real, and who is responsible for the terrifying nightmare?

Couponing for Busy People – Elle Marshall
Genre – Finance
Rating – G
4.8 (25 reviews)
Free until 3 November 2012
Would you like to save money on food and groceries? Would you like to get the majority of your toiletries, office supplies, and cleaners for free or close to free? Couponing for Busy People will show you how to do just that.

There has never been a time in history, when using coupons was easier than it is today. Companies have huge marketing budgets and a lot of that money goes towards coupons and promotional deals. Thanks, to modern technology, you can use this to your advantage and save huge when shopping at your local stores.

Through the magic of combining coupons, rewards programs, and promotional deals; many shrewd couponers not only get free products, but they frequently make money off of their purchases.

Not everyone can be an Extreme Couponer, and not everyone has the time to devote 40 hours a week to using coupons. That's why Couponing for Busy People would like to show you how to use smart coupon strategies, and time saving techniques, to get great coupon deals, without making it your full time job.

We will walk you through some of the advantages of using coupons, and how to start slow. We will talk about getting comfortable with couponing, and how to avoid stress and undue pressure that using coupons may cause, when compelled to get every free deal.

We will talk about the importance of planning, and preparation, and techniques for combining coupons with promos, to maximize your savings. We will supply you with many websites and resources that do the ground work for you.

There is no point in spending your valuable time studying sales and coupons, when there are tons of websites that list weekly coupon matchups for each store. This will enable you to print your list, grab your coupons, and go. It really has never been easier.

We also go into the process of collecting and saving coupons so, that when a deal does come up, you can easily find the coupon you need to take advantage of it. We go into using coupon binders and other techniques, for quick organization and fast results. We give you resources for insert previews, Internet printable coupons, and clipping services.

Freebies and building a stockpile are also a part of our strategy, and we list many coupon websites and coupon forums, that can be used as resources. We talk about the aspects of health, and healthy and organic coupon options.

The entire point of this book is to help you save money and time, so that you can use these two valuable resources, on what matters most. We also give our optional technique for being super organized and never missing a deal.

You can save huge at drugstores, such as Walgreens, CVS, and Rite Aid; and we go in-depth on the best techniques to use at each of these stores, including explaining the rewards programs, coupon policies, and an included cheat sheet, for each store.

If you master the drug store technique, you can coupon at any store, and we have sections, on big box retailers, office supply stores, dollar stores, and several different grocery stores.

Being knowledgeable and organized can save you valuable resources, so you can use your energy where it matters most, and that is the entire goal of Couponing for Busy People.

A Path Less Traveled – Cathy Bryant
Genre – Christian Romance
Rating – PG
4.5 (44 reviews)
Free until 1 November 2012
Trish James is tired of being rescued. When a spooked horse claims her husband's life, she's determined to blaze a path for herself and her traumatized son without outside help. But will that mean leaving the place etched on her heart?

Andy Tyler has had to struggle for everything, and starting a new law practice in Miller's Creek, Texas is no different. Though prepared for business challenges, he's not prepared for falling in love--especially with yet another woman who will probably abandon him for her career.

Will Andy and Trish be able to see past their limited human understanding to take a path less traveled?

Star Crash – Elysa Hendricks
Genre – Sci-Fi, Romance
Rating – R
3.7 (16 reviews)
Free until 2 November 2012
When Planet of the Apes meets Star Trek what's a girl to do?

After recon pilot Cora Daniels crash lands on an alien planet she finds herself a prisoner of the Flock: a race of birdlike humanoids. Trapped in their zoo she discovers they intend her to mate. To breed. To be part of their human herd.

She's placed in a cage with a man - a powerful, virile man, but not just any man - Alexander. Was he her lost love, who'd disappeared so long ago? Here he was: naked, glistening, a warrior trained by the Flock to fight for their amusement. How could the brilliant man, the tender lover she remember have become this animal born to dominate and destroy? Was he a pawn of the Flock or would their flight to freedom be a long-sought reunion?

Nick the Lolt – Anthony M. Briggs
Genre – YA, Fantasy
Rating – G
4.6 (15 reviews)
Free until 5 November 2012
This tale is the beginning of the most controversial life. The story of a man who – by himself – caused regions to evacuate like the approach of a hurricane. Many would only whisper of him, the dreaded Marsh King…

But at sixteen he was just Nick, a boy who made paintbrushes that obeyed his commands. He could paint pictures that made passersby forget where they were going. In those days he wanted to earn forgiveness (and maybe a bit more) from an outgoing girl he'd known off and on since he was four. And to save his village, by winning the most elite speed-painting tournament of all time.

This village, however, wanted nothing more than for him to leave. Years of being a target of its scorn and bullies taught Nick a few tricks, though. And he and his few friends would need every last one of them. Because even as a teen he'd already made some dangerous enemies...


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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
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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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