Friday, 31 May 2013

Orangeberry FreeMe #334

Friday, 31 May 2013
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Horses and Heroin  - Bev Pettersen
Genre - Romantic Suspense
Rating - PG
4.6 (153 reviews)
Free until 4 June 2013
"The latest romantic mystery from Pettersen...enlivened by amiable characters and a robust setting." - Kirkus Reviews "Packed with both mystery and romance, conspiracy and emotion, with story lines centered on the polar opposites of horses and the Mexican drug cartel, this award-winning romantic mystery novel is a thrill throughout...a great read all around!" - Pacific Book Reviews 
 "Whether you're a horse lover or just a fan of great mysteries, you won't want to miss this one." - Kindle Fire Department

Pieces for Profit  - David Yeghiaian
Genre - Business
Rating - PG
4.6 (8 reviews)
Free until 2 June 2013
Business strategy focus on how high preforming companies achieve greater success by maximizing profitability and productivity. Content provides a breadth of business management for leaders of all levels relating to disciplines of strategic planning, organizational development and human resources, marketing and customer engagement and acqusitions and integrations. Based on more than 15 years of research and experiences, the inter-relationship among these disciplines is discussed to determine how organizations can become more productive and successful. Practical examples in each chapter illuminate the topic areas and graphics make it both instructional and enjoyable for all audiences.

White Goods  - Guy A Johnson
Genre - Contemporary Fiction
Rating - 15
4.8 (4 reviews)
Free until 2 June 2013
Set in the south of England at the beginning of the 1980’s, White Goods is a novel about loss and the search for the truth, told through the eyes of a deceptive twelve-year-old boy. Scot Buckley is a complex young man, living under the shadow of absence: his mother encounters a horrific death at the start of the book. Further, he is haunted by the elusive existence of a relative simply known as ‘Jackie’ – whose very being the rest of his family are determined to keep secret. White Goods opens very dramatically: a child is pushed into the icy, open mouth of a chest freezer and the lid is slammed shut. His identity and fate are central to the story, but remain a mystery until the end.
Aside from the imprisoning chest freezer, other domestic goods participate in the drama. Scot recalls that his mother’s death is the result of a gory accident with a dishwasher. However, all is not as it initially seems and, each time Scot recalls her death, the scene and the actual cause are different…

Defiance: Dragonics & Runics Part I  - A. Wrighton
Genre - Fantasy
Rating - PG-13
4.8 (4 reviews)
Free until 2 June 2013
At first, a collective power in the Seven Soleran Kingdoms made sense. United under the Council, they thought it would be the end of years of war and death. When the Council ordered the systematic murder of those capable of wielding magic - Runics - as reparation for their role in the Soleran loss of the Great War, no one thought twice of the order. Except a few Dragonics - prestigious dragon riders - who defied the damning orders and instead demanded justice. But, their call for defiance came too late. NONE SURVIVED.

MotherCraft - A Short Story - Steven O'Connor
Genre - Science fiction short story
Rating - G
4 (15 reviews)
Free until 4 June 2013
A retired Hollywood agent finds a surprising new career with an unnamed ex-government facility, dedicated to handling those cases that the police can't handle - including those involving the supernatural.
 Another problem for the agency is M, the worlds only currently living super hero. He is their primary weapon for stopping these events from getting worse. The only problem is: M also causes far more death and destruction than is necessary, because he can.
 Will Samuel stay on and risk life and limb for a pay check, or will he get out before it's too late?

Under The Shade of The Walnut Tree - Ivan Radev
Genre - Romance / Short story
Rating - G
4 (5 reviews)
Free until 1 June 2013
This is a romantic short story about two people who fall deeply for each other, without ever seeing one another. Separated by a lonely tree on the road, the two of them talk about the simple things in life without bothering with the limitations imposed by the time we live in. They debate about the important stuff - the stars, the flowers, each other - all the things that make life beautiful. There is nothing complicated - just one constant niceness. With just a speck of unbothered philosophy, heartwarming and filled with naive positivism, this dialogue-based tale is a nice little escape from reality for those wishing to get their daily dose of smiling.

The Aspen Experiments - Corrie Garrett
Genre - YA scifi thriller
Rating - PG
4.4 (5 reviews)
Free until 1 June 2013
When fifteen year old Dara is accepted into an elite boarding school, her first weeks are ruined by a strange illness... Throwing up in front of your crush? More than once? Emphatically not fun. As Dara gets to know her school and the school's creepy doctor, she begins to realize that she wasn't recruited for her grades, and her illness isn't innocent.
 John is only pretending to be a student, and he knows exactly why Dara is sick, but he can't risk telling her. When someone is playing with time, altering anything can be disastrous, and John has a very specific mission. But when Dara's life is at risk, they both must learn to navigate the intricacies of time... without destroying the school or losing each other for good.

The Charter - Gillian Hamer
Genre - Thriller
Rating - G
4.2 (44 reviews)
Free until 2 June 2013
Sarah Morton hopes discovering the truth about the 1859 shipwreck of the Royal Charter will silence the demons of her past. But, tormented by visions and threats on her life, Sarah fears the ship may claim her as its final victim. Set along the dramatic and dangerous Anglesey coastline, The Charter is a story of greed and forgiveness -- when the treasures of the past evoke the crimes of today.

Author Interview - Amanda Tru

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Although I loved my job as an elementary school teacher, I am now very blessed to be mommy to three adorable little boys and living my dream of being an author. I have a vivid imagination and have always been easily entertained by the stories in my head. Fortunately, I also love to paint those pictures with words. I like writing a wide variety of genres, and my current book list includes everything from a Christian time travel / romance series, to an action-packed suspense, to a romance involving a woman who likes to anonymously play matchmaker.

Although I enjoy historical, Christian, paranormal, suspense, and everything in between, my books all have one thing in common--I love to surprise my readers with the unexpected. I currently have 7 books available for kindle, nook, and paperback. My family and I live in a small Idaho town where the number of cows outnumbers the number of people.

What is your favorite color? blue

What is your favorite food?  I could never narrow it down to one, but always in my top rankings are strawberry pie, cinnamon rolls, and  French fries 

How has your upbringing influenced your writing? I was raised by wonderful Christian parents who always told me I could do anything I set my mind to.  My parents and family have always and still support me in every way possible.  They instilled a love of books and reading early on, and some of my favorite books are still those read aloud to me by my parents.  Many of my own books are inspired by or have elements of my memories and experiences.  Everything from my sister’s taste in books to my dad’s technical knowledge influence what and how I write.  I guess you could say that my writing is an extension of who I am, and who I am is an extension of my family and upbringing.

Do you recall how your interest in writing originated? I don’t remember a time when I did not want to be an author.  I think I probably fell in love with writing in junior high when one of my English assignments was to write a book.  I’ve always made up stories in my head, just for my own entertainment.  Now I get to write them down and share the stories with others.

What inspired you to write your first book? My sister is an avid reader.  A few years ago she was frustrated with the endless search to find good books (she tends to be picky  )  She wanted an adult noel that read like a young adult one.  She tends to like fantasy and romance, but doesn’t like the female lead to be overly stupid or the romance sappy.  She likes Christian books that are clean but well-written.  She also likes books that are exciting and hard to put down.  Probably partially in jest, she asked me to write her a good book.  So I did.  Well, I originally wrote a short story, but then I kept going.  I had started writing other books before, but this was the first time I’d actually finished one.  Thus, Yesterday and The Locket were born as a birthday present for my sister.

What do you consider the most challenging about writing a novel, or about writing in general? Right now, time is what challenges me most with writing.  I am a very busy mommy to three adorable little boys.  I do the vast majority of my writing at night when they‘re asleep.  It is difficult to say the least.  When I start dreaming mid-sentence, I know it’s time to put the laptop down and go to sleep.

Have you developed a specific writing style? I haven’t intentionally developed a writing style, and I reserve the right to change any said ‘writing style,’ J but all of my books so far do have similar elements.  They are all very fast-paced, exciting, and hopefully difficult to put down.  I tend to almost unconsciously end chapters on mini cliffhangers.  I like to think out of the box, making my plots unique.  I don’t write fluff.  Everything that happens in one of my books is important in some way, even if you don’t realize it at the time.  My heroines are smart and strong.  They save their guy just as often as he saves her.  I also like to surprise the reader, so my books usually have plenty of twists and hopefully the unexpected!

Can you share a little of your current work with us? I have a long line of books waiting to be written in just about every genre.  I don’t think I would ever have time in my lifetime to write all the books I currently have ideas for.  I just released my 9th book, a novella entitled, The Assumption of Guilt.  Next on the list is The Choice, which is Book 4 in the Yesterday series.

Is there a message in your novel that you want readers to grasp? This is a Christian time travel series, which is unique in the Christian market.  As in all my books, the Christian theme, or message, is subtle, and hopefully very natural.  In this series, the paranormal element functions to illustrate the underlying message, which in a nutshell, is illustrated in the verse in the dedication at the beginning Book 1—Psalm 139.  This series is an extra-ordinary example of God miraculously arranging the events of a young woman’s life to make her who she is and poise her to accomplish the plan he has for her.  I hope readers enjoy the story just for it’s own merits, but I would love it if it also made them consider God’s provision and the lengths He goes to accomplish His will in our lives.
Have you included a lot of your life experiences, even friends, in the plot? My books frequently have some of my own experiences or ones I have personally heard.  Characters or details are often similar to those in my own life, though I tend to disguise them well.  For this series, some of Hannah’s quirks are my own.  For instance, Hannah has a fear of driving, especially having someone else drive for her.  I frequently battle the same fear.  Our house is at the top of a steep, windy road (with no guardrail).  When my husband is the driver, I sometimes close my eyes, figuring if we are going to go off the cliff, I’d rather not see it happen!



Her yesterday was five years ago. What will her tomorrow bring? When HANNAH KRAEGER saves a family injured in a car accident, she has no idea she has changed events in the past. Waking the next morning, Hannah discovers her yesterday was really five years ago. Each trip Hannah takes through time changes the timeline and her own life. With help from DR. SETH MCALLISTER, Hannah must unravel the mystery of why she time travels and who she actually is before the strange ability costs her future, the man she loves, and even her life. YESTERDAY is a thrilling Christian Romantic Suspense filled with unexpected twists, mystery, and romance.  


The Locket

Hannah suddenly finds that she has time travelled once again, but this time is different. After helping save a woman's life, Hannah discovers that she has completely altered the timeline and thrown her very existence into jeopardy. Facing life-threatening effects upon returning to her own time, Hannah is then given a death sentence: if she time travels again, she will die. Now, Hannah must solve the clues to her own identity and find a way to save her own life before she is once again sent spiraling through time. Will her mother's locket hold the key to both her past and her future? Has she just found the love of her life only to lose him? Could God have a plan for Hannah amidst the chaos?  


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Orangeberry Book Tours - Evergreen by David Jester

Evergreen is the peaceful, idyllic home for a bustling traveler community. It is home to Patrick Ryan, the figurehead of the community; home to Aidan McCleary, Patrick's mentor and friend; home to scores of youngsters and generations of families. But now Evergreen is also home to a sadistic serial killer, someone who is targeting the youngsters of this once peaceful community.

They know the killer lives among them, know that one of their own is tearing this small community apart. They want to deal with it themselves, to track down the killer and deliver their own justice, but can they find him before he rips their home apart?

Evergreen is a serial killer thriller/whodunnit with a macabre and sinister slant. A book not for the faint hearted.

Novella length. Approximately 23.000 words (100 pages)

Buy Now @ Amazon
Genre - Horror
Rating – PG13
More details about the author
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The ORANGEBERRY BOOKSTORE  is open to all authors, books and genres.
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Orangeberry Book of the Day - Trouble in Paradise by Deborah Brown

A Brand-New Madison Westin Novel, with More Craziness in Tarpon Cove...
Remember Madison? What she had to go through... inheriting her aunt's cottages was peanuts compared to what awaits her in TROUBLE IN PARADISE, the latest addition to the Paradise Series.
What is big news in small town Tarpon Cove? An accidental drowning or maybe even a ruthless murder? When a dead fisherman rolls up on the shore of Tarpon Cove, Madison cannot resist but to jump into her new role as Private Investigator, with only one goal in mind: to solve this intriguing mystery of the dead guy. But things do not go as Madison wants as she discovers that people in small towns are usually tight lipped, and that is certainly the case for the residents of Tarpon Cove. Although a hot bed for gossip, in a town where everyone knows everyone's business, what is safer than keeping your mouth shut?

But that is not all...
With Madison's tenant assessment skills not shaping up, her cottages are still full of riffraff, and it has become Tarpon Cove's hotbed for illegal affairs. Madison teams up with her best friend and Glock-carrying Fabiana... Together they take on cases no other investigators would ever dare to touch in Tarpon Cove or anywhere else. Sometimes a girl needs a bubble bath and a fun book. So draw your bath and dive into Madison's adventures!

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Genre - Mystery
Rating – PG13
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Thursday, 30 May 2013

Orangeberry FreeMe #333

Thursday, 30 May 2013
Readers - Please note that listed prices are accurate at the time of posting and are subject to change. Availability and prices may differ from country to country.
Please be aware that Today's Sponsor may not always be free.
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Still Fine at Forty. Seriously  - Dakota Madison
Genre - Contemporary Romance
Rating -  R
4.6 (7 reviews)
Free until 1 June 2013
It all started with a Girl's Getaway Weekend in Sedona, Arizona... 
It's been a year since Jennifer Ellis's ex-husband left her for a much younger woman and Jennifer still hasn't dated. Now turning 40, Jennifer wonders if she'll ever find love again. So Jennifer's best-friend, Melanie Malone, books them on a Girl's Getaway in picturesque Sedona, Arizona in hopes of inspiring Jennifer to have a vacation fling. 
 Jennifer gets more than she bargained for when she meets the ruggedly handsome 29-year old tour Jeep guide, Cody Miller, and the two begin a passionate romance. What Jennifer doesn't know is that Cody has a secret past that not only threatens to destroy their new love but also expose a tragic event from Jennifer's past that she has tried desperately to forget.


A Pitch For Justice  - Harold Kasselman
Genre - fiction/legal thriller
Rating - PG
4.7 (56 reviews)
Free until 31 May 2013
Phillies' rookie pitcher Tim Charles anguishes over his manager's order to retaliate against a Mets' batter for the team's honor. He throws a high inside pitch that crashes off the batter's head, but no one can foresee the unthinkable consequences. 
 Tim becomes the target of a grand jury investigation for murder when an avenging widow pressures officials to prosecute. A baseball feud between the Mets and the Phillies ignites into a shocking and suspenseful criminal drama played out in the courts. 
 Veteran prosecutor Jaime Brooks faces his toughest challenge when he collides with Tim's defense team in this unchartered task. Brooks confronts a possible criminal conspiracy among team members, an uncompromising widow hell bent on getting justice at any cost, corruption in the grand jury, and a national furor over the inherent risks of baseball versus the accountability of its players to society's laws.

Finding Angel  - Ann Nicole
Genre - Christian Romance
Rating - PG-13
4 (7 reviews)
Free until 30 May 2013
Joshua Hamilton - handsome and eligible - is convinced the woman he meets at a restaurant is his beloved Angel. After a memorable first date, during which he fell deeply in love, Angel walked away without looking back, but Joshua is convinced she feels as deeply for him as he feels for her. He has been searching tirelessly for her for six months. 
 The beautiful woman at the restaurant looks exactly like his Angel, but she insists that she has never met Joshua before. 
 Will he ever find his elusive Angel, the woman God made especially for him?

Petectives  - Robert J. Smith
Genre - Mystery
Rating - PG
4.5 (8 reviews)
Free until 31 May 2013
It's almost Halloween and freewheeling feline private eye Gatsby and his cerebral mentor Yoshi have decided to help a pretty young cat find her missing brother. What starts as a routine missing pet investigation soon pits them against both a gang of vicious criminal pit bulls as well as the neighborhood dog police, who are looking into rumors of dogfights. While Gatsby's up to his whiskers in danger and romance, Yoshi's putting together the pieces of a puzzle that could rock their community. Can the boys find a missing cat and shut down a dogfighting operation while staying two steps ahead of the local dog police? It's all in a night's work for the Petectives! 
An 18,000 word mystery novella

Budget Scrapbooking for Beginners  - Phyllis Matthews
Genre - Advice/How-To
Rating - G
4.5 (13 reviews)
Free until 30 May 2013
Budget Scrapbooking For Beginners 
is filled with tons of money-saving ideas to really get your creative juices flowing! Now you'll be saving money on what is usually considered an expensive hobby. After reading this book you'll instantly be able to produce scrapbooks at a lower cost that will look simply amazing. Imagine creating some special treasures that will be passed down through generations.

Peer Pressure vs. True Friendship - Surviving Primary School  - Dr. Orly Katz
Genre - YA self help
Rating - G
5 (9 reviews)
Free until 1 June 2013
It all started on one completely normal afternoon when Claire invited her friend Penny to come over to her house. They chatted on Facebook for a while until Claire went out of the room for a few minutes. The moment she stepped out of the door Penny went straight back to the computer which was still open on Claire’s Facebook page, and without blinking an eye lid started writing really insulting comments in Claire’s name on the wall of Claire’s best friend… 
 And you really don’t want to know what happened in the end…

Be Positive! Think Positive! Feel Positive! Surviving Junior High - Dr. Orly Katz
Genre - YA self help
Rating - G
5 (6 reviews)
Free until 1 June 2013
It happened at a party. 
 You saw her standing over there, smiling at you, flirting with her eyes and waiting for you to go up to her. 
 And you just stood there, as if you were glued to the ground, you were frozen to the spot frantically imagining all sorts of scenarios, so much so that nothing good could possibly happen. 
 You were just about to make the biggest fool of yourself ever…and…you really don’t want to know what happened next… 
 There are no two ways about it - the ways to become cool and popular are already inside of you! You already have the inner strength to help you get there and this book will show you how to use it!

Body Language, Intuition & Leadership! Surviving Junior High - Dr. Orly Katz
Genre - YA how to
Rating - G
5 (6 reviews)
Free until 1 June 2013
It happened the first time I stood on stage in front of the whole school. 
 I thought that I was about to burst from all the pressure. To tell the truth I was so stressed out that I hadn’t noticed that I really was bursting…to do something else……and…you really don’t want to know what happened next… 
 There are no two ways about it – our bodies talk to us and also talk to our environment about us!

Passions, Strengths & Self Esteem - The Extensive Guide! Surviving Junior High - Dr. Orly Katz
Genre - YA how to
Rating - G
5 (8 reviews)
Free until 1 June 2013
It happened on our school trip. 
 He sat next to me, glancing over at me all the time…and in the end whispered a “compliment” in my ear, a compliment that I didn’t forget for years: 
 “You could be really beautiful if it wasn’t for your nose…” Oops…had I heard right? I’d never had a problem with my nose, but I did after that… 
 There are no two ways about it – all of us at some time or other try to change what can’t be changed: if only I was taller, if only I was prettier and smarter…

Magic Radio - Charles Steed
Genre - Science Fiction
Rating - Adult
3.5 (4 reviews)
Free until 3 June 2013
Up For Grabs: 22 tons of gold, 16 tons of silver, (that’s right, tons) a $33 million lottery ticket, and an old radio, a radio that would change the world as we know it if it fell into the wrong hands. The players include a shrewd Texas millionaire, an insecure nuclear physicist, a flaky FBI agent who’d do anything to get out of the cold file division and into field, a worn out Mafia wiseguy running out of time, a plastic New Age guru and his silent but deadly sidekick along with a 10-year old cussing computer boy genius who steals the show. 
 It’s 1961. Cousins Del Maxwell and Owen Monroe are young men searching for the Holy Grail. For the two seasoned treasure hunters that spells gold. Tons of gold. Del is a natural entrepreneur while brainiac Owen has been handpicked by the federal government to work on the development of our nation’s nuclear energy program. The cousins have been treasure hunters throughout their adolescence and teen years and Del somehow senses this might be their last treasure hunting outing.

The Man Called Bowdry - Van Holt
Genre - Suspense, western, romance
Rating - PG-13
4.4 (5 reviews)
Free until 1 June 2013
The Man Called Bowdry 
Not much is known for certain about the man called Bowdry. The bare facts are as follows. Sometime around 1880 he rode into Gray Buttes, Nevada--a long forgotten town--stayed for a time at the Pollard shack out in the hills and, after the old man was killed, made relentless war on the neighboring 3-Bar outfit which was run by the Wadley clan, known thieves and rustlers. Then he disappeared, to be seen no more, nor was he ever heard of again. He was the only one who knew how so many men ended up dead in the boulder-strewn hills around the old Pollard shack, and he never told anyone, unless it was the wild and beautiful redheaded woman named Lucy Reardon.
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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



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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