Friday, March 28, 2014

~TGIF~Fun Friday Giveaway with Price Drops & New Releases~03/28/14

My answer is yes!  Yes we do :0)

~Price Drops & Great Priced E-books~

The Wrath of Sin: A Mortal Sin Novel by Melissa Andrea & Tabatha Vargo 0.99

Out of the Ashes (Out of the Ashes Book 1) by S M Lynn 1.99 Contemporary Romance

Rising from the Ashes (Picking up the Pieces) by Jessica Prince 1.99 Contemporary Romance 
Defensive (Guarded Heart #1) by J D Rivera 0.99 Sports Romance New Adult  

Missing by Noelle Adams 0.99 Contemporary Romance 

Stages of Grace by Carey Heywood 0.99 New Adult  

Beg Tease Submit - Sequence One (Songs of Submission (Sequence One)) by C D Reiss 0.99 BDSM Erotica

Four Letters by Lisa M Harley 0.99


Surrender Your Love by J C Reed 0.99 Book 1 


Conquer Your Love by J C Reed 0.99 Book 2


Treasure Your Love by J C Reed 0.99 Book 3 Romance 

~New Releases~

Surviving Love (Sulfur Heights) by M S Brannon 3.99 Contemporary Romance

Alphas After Dark (9 Book Bundle of Sexy Alpha Biker Bad Boys) by various authors 0.99 reg 9.99


Pleasure Extraordinaire 3 (PURSUIT) by Liv Bennett 2.99


RACE TO ROMANCE by Megan Faust 0.99 Sports Romance


The Rockers' Babies (The Rocker... Series) by Terri Anne Browning 3.99


Secrets Unveiled by Jill Patten 3.99


Uncovering You: The Contract (Uncovering You, #1) by Scarlett Edwards 0.99


The Complete Now Series by Brenda Rothert 4.99 

Riley's Rules (Book 2 - The Bounty Hunter Series) by Laurie LeClair 0.99 Romance Suspense


The Right Moves - The Game Book 3 by Emma Hart 0.99 New Adult Romance


**PLEASE NOTE ALL E-BOOK PRICES LISTED ARE AT THE TIME OF POSTING AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY GIVEN MOMENT ON AMAZON**
~Pre-Orders/Coming Soon~

You can now click the following link to see all the New Releases for the entire month of March and April!
Of course I don't have them all but I will continuously add to the list. As you know some indie authors don't have their new releases up for pre-order but I will always list them as soon as they are available.

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~FUN FRIDAY GIVEAWAY~


COMMENT BELOW WITH YOUR BROKEN EMAIL 
FOR A CHANCE TO WIN AN E-BOOK :)

Tell me, when you are reading a book, how important is it to you that it flows well?  It is very important to me.  While I try to keep an open mind to the different styles or writing and slang people use, I can get stumped on things I have never heard before and it slows me down.

example:  She tucked into her cheeseburger......??  apparently people do say this but honestly I had never heard it before.

What are your thoughts?

28 comments:

  1. auntjux4(at)yahoo(dot)com
    I totally agree, it's got to flow well

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  2. iamfor48nascar(at)aol(dot)com
    It has to flow, I give those that don't seem to a chance but it can't keep my attention if it doesn't flow =)

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  3. zita at aol dot com
    Flow is extremely important, if it doesn't flow well it won't keep your attention and or confuse you.

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  4. exbuffalo2001 (at) yahoo (dot) com ~ Have a GREAT weekend :)

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  5. 1006penguins(at)gmail(dot)com
    Have a great weekend.

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  6. It definitely has to flow, just finished one that did not flow well and it just made it difficult to read.
    gina(underscore)hester(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  7. Phrases/slang that is new to me does not bother me, I like having to think what is happening in a scene. Of course there are other things that bother me like editing mistakes. Thanks!
    kgagnon at donofrio dot cc

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  8. froggiegirl621 (at) hotmail (dot) com
    Flow is extremely important. Incredibly complex words,regional slang...that slows me up bc I'm having to look words up or research what the heck the slang means

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  9. It should flow well, but I can overlook some things like slang or colloquialisms.
    peki0101(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  10. It definitely has to flow together. Thank u for the giveaway. mrdewell112(at)gmail(dot)com

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  11. Djharmony070399(at)aol(dot)com
    I prefer books where the story line flows.

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  12. Thanks for the giveaway!!! <3

    rachaellcumle@yahoo.com

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  13. It's very important to me. I get annoyed when I have reread sentences or guess what they're describing.
    stephncaitlyn(at)gmail(dot)com

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  14. Flow is a must for me to enjoy a book. If I keep stopping because something doesn't feel right, it usually bothers me until I figure out what it was that made it so awkward.

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  15. It is one of the main things I look for. That's why I love anthologies. I get the chance to discover new authors by their writin style.
    dixiedukegurl2 AT yahoo DOT com

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  16. The book must flow. I'm having a hard time with my current read. The main characters are British, and one of them reminds me of Eliza Doolittle from My Fair Lady. I'm having a hard time understanding him and he seems very childlike.

    pjmillion (at) comcast (dot) net

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  17. Yes it definitely has to flow. Also if I don't know a word or slang I have to google it before I can move on. Drives me crazy!

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  18. Flow is a must for me! The book i just finished had good flow and an awesome alpha male. He was written perfectly!
    rachiemarie11 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  19. Flow of the story is a must for me. It can be very distracting. Also the use of slang that I do not understand can get me side tracked. I recently read 2 stories written by Australian authors and the slang used in the books kept me from enjoying the story as much as I could have if I had understood the meanings better.
    dennyandmelissa2 ( at) gmail ( dot) com

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  20. Very important! I'm the same. When I get hung up on what the heck they're trying to say, I Lise momentum

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  21. The cheeseburger thing just threw me for a loop. I need the story to flow well. If I get distracted, I could lose interest and just move on to another book. It's not so much strange phrases or words that need to be looked up, but more like time bouncing around that completely frustrates me. I recently had a book take me 9 days to get through because I kept having to put it down due to the flow.
    starznstripes24(@)yahoo(DOT)com

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  22. I need a good flow. I hate coming across mistakes in grammar, character names, or plot wholes. I believe the author should have a finished copy if they are selling it and sometimes they don't.

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  23. While I haven't heard about tucking into a cheeseburger before, I can understand how that would throw off reading a book. I have to have a story that flows or else the book just isn't enjoyable to me. For the most part, 99 percent of the books I read keep me hooked from the beginning pages & I don't let go til the end. There have been a couple of books I've started that just felt like a teenager wrote them & I just could not finish them.

    JessieL62(at)Comcast(dot)net

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