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You want a #FREE Kindle book? I’ve got em; come get em.

Today, I decide to experiment with FREE on Amazon. I enrolled my Short story collection Rattling Bones in the Amazon Prime program where folks can borrow the book for their Kindle.

As part of the package, I can set the book to free, and so thus, I have decided to do so! If you have a Kindle, please do grab a copy. If you’re not sure, here’s some info:

Go get it! It's FREE

Product Description

Rattling Bones is a collection of short stories with a dark edge. Meant for the chicklit reader who likes her fiction a little dark in places, it has a distinct literary flavor. The ideal reader doesn’t mind a death or two and she certainly doesn’t mind a few ‘bad words’ or adult situations.

In short: it’s for the reader who likes a little dark in her light read.

“God in the Machine” is a story in the collection, so if you grabbed that one for free while it was going, and you enjoyed it, chances are you’ll like the whole collection.

And PLEASE SHARE this! I WANT you to have it. squirrels, get going. ATTACK!

If you’re an author with a freebie today, please post the link in the comments so we can grab em up.

Freebie! a collection of short #chicklit fiction with … shadow.

Ratling Bones is FREE

So. I’ve been thinking: not everyone knows me, knows my style, knows what kinds of things drive my characters. What is character driven fiction anyway? That’s what some of you wonder. Well, I’ve got a solution.

I give you a free short story collection to give you an idea of what kinds of things drive my plots, my characters, my writing. You get a taste of what I mean by dark or edgy. I imagine most of my audience is female so I selected mostly female driven stories.

Rattling Bones is not horror. It’s just…edgy in places fiction. All short stories. Some very short. Two favorites in terms of downloads are in there (God in the Machine and Whitecaps)

It’s on Smashwords at the moment, but it’ll soon be available from BN as well for free, and following that, I imagine Amazon will change the 99cent price they make me add to free. So if you see it on BN, please do tell Amazon so they can make it free for Kindle lovers too.

Meantime, go pick it up.

Purchase Anomaly from Amazon

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Anomaly has a star rating of 4.5 on Amazon. It is my most reviewed novel and it’s available from BN, Smashwords, and Kobo

Plus grab a free short story: God in the Machine from Smashwords just for visiting.