HISTORICAL FICTION FREEBIES, DISCOUNTS, AND NEW PUBLICATIONS: 5/9-5/15/2013

Posted by on May 9, 2013 in Weekly Promotional Announcement | 3 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:

Susanne Alleyn, Masquerade, short story, Free on Smashwords

Sarah Woodbury, The Bard’s Daughter, Free on Kindle and Nook

Sarah Woodbury, Daughter of Time, Free on all ebookstores

DISCOUNTED

N. Gemini Sasson, The Crown in the Heather (The Bruce Triology: Book I), 99 cents on Kindle

Rebecca Lochlann, The Year-god’s Daughter (Child of the Erinyes Book One), 99 cents on KindleNook

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

P.B. Ryan, Still Life with Murder, 99 cents in all ebookstores

NEWLY PUBLISHED

Suzanne Adair, A Hostage to Heritage, on Kindle, and Smashwords

Rebecca Lochlann, In the Moon of Asterion (Child of the Erinyes Book Three), on KindleNook,

V.R. Christensen, Cry of the Peacock, on Kindle

V. R. Christensen, Mothering Someday (Sixteen Seasons short story) on Kindle

M. Ruth Myers, The Whiskey Tide, on Kindle

 

3 Comments

  1. Thanks for featuring these each week; I picked up several of them.

    I can highly recommend A HOSTAGE TO HERITAGE by Suzanne Adair (my review is posted at both Smashwords and Amazon/Kindle).

  2. So happy to have found this site! How does an author submit a novel for consideration? Thanks!

    • 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.

      However, we will put you on our list of interested authors and will let you know if our policy changes in the future.