HISTORICAL FICTION FREEBIES, DISCOUNTS, AND NEW PUBLICATIONS: 11/28-12/4/2013

Posted by on Nov 28, 2013 in Weekly Promotional Announcement | 2 comments

CrierOnce a week the Historical Fiction Authors Cooperative will post the books in our catalog that are free, discounted, or newly published. If you want to make sure you get notified in a timely matter, please subscribe to our blog (see bottom of page)  Thanks!   FREEBIES

 

Long Term:

Sarah Woodbury, The Daughter of Time, Free in all ebookstores

Sarah Woodbury, The Good Knight, Free in all ebookstores

DISCOUNTED

M. Louisa Locke, Maids of Misfortune: A Victorian San Francisco Mystery, 99 cents on Kindle 11/23-29

Suzanne Adair, Regulated for Murder: A Michael Stoddard American Revolution Thriller, 99 cents on Kindle 11/28-29

Rebecca Lochlann, The Year-god’s Daughter, 99 cents in selected bookstores, 11/30-12/4

Beverle Graves Myers, Interrupted Aria-A Tito Amato Mystery, 99 cents in selected ebookstores

I. J. Parker, selected Akitada short stories, 99 cents on Kindle

Loretta Proctor, Middle Watch, $1.99 on Kindle

V. R. Christensen, Sixteen Seasons short stories, 99 cents on Kindle

Donis Casey, The Old Buzzard Had It Coming (Alafair Tucker Mystery #1), 99 cents in all bookstores

Sarah Woodbury, The Bard’s Daughter, $1.99 on KindleKobo and Nook

Peg Herring, MacBeth’s Niece, 99 cents on Kindle

NEWLY PUBLISHED

Priscilla Royal, Covenant with Death (A Medieval Mystery),  available in print, soon out in ebook!

V. R. Christensen, Sixteen Seasons – a collection of short, sometimes strange, stores, is now available on Kindle

M. Louisa Locke, Victorian San Francisco Mysteries –Bookes 1-3, is now available on Kindle

M. Ruth Myers, Don’t Dare a Dame (Maggie Sullivan mysteries), is now available on Kindle

Steve Bartholomew, Black Bart Reborn, is now available on Kindle

Sarah Woodbury, The Fallen Princess (A Gareth and Gwen Medieval Mystery) is available for pre-order on Kindle

Colin Falconer, Isabella: Braveheart of France, is now available on Kindleand Nook, and Apple.

2 Comments

  1. Apologies for asking this question here, but I couldn’t find a contact button. Although mainly a mystery author, I have also written one historical (Reluctant Queen, about Henry BVIII’s little sister – my bestseller on Amazon UK), and plan on writing another in 2014. Could you please consider me for membership of your site? Here’s the link to my historical on Amazon so you can check whether you think I’m member material: http://www.amazon.com/Reluctant-Queen-defiant-little-sister-ebook/dp/B0054SDUPA/ref=sr_1_19?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1385730608&sr=1-19&keywords=geraldine+evans Many thanks for your consideration.

    • Thanks very much for your interest in the Historical Fictions Authors Cooperative. Unfortunately, because the HFAC is an all-volunteer organization whose members have only a very limited amount of time, we are currently facing a backlog of books to review. Therefore, at this point in time we are only considering authors for membership who have been recommended by other HFAC members.

      M. Louisa Locke, HFAC Board of Directors