Tuesday, December 10 is a very special day: It’s a Black Friday type of event just for book lovers.
Which of these books are you looking forward to? There are many good ones to choose from:
- Popular historical fiction novels, like:
- Shades of Gray by Jessica James (185 reviews). A Civil War novel.
- Maids of Misfortune by M. Louisa Locke (561 reviews). A Victorian San Francisco mystery.
- The Golden Dice by Elisabeth Storrs (36 reviews). Ancient Rome tale.
- Camp Follower by Suzanne Adair (28 reviews). American Revolution mystery.
- Havana Lost by Libby Fischer Hellmann (71 reviews). Cuban Revolution thriller.
- Red Clay and Roses by S.K. Nicholls (16 reviews). Deep south.
- Kitsune-Tsuki by Laura VanArendonk Baugh (18 reviews). Japanese historical fantasy.
- There are many other genres, too, such as:
- Zo White and the Seven Morphs (49 reviews) by Barbara Silkstone. Comedy mystery.
- Damaged Girls by Janice Ross (18 reviews). Women’s fiction.
- The Race by Gina Fava (13 reviews). Thriller.
- Beginning of a Hero by Charles E. Yallowitz (57 reviews). Sword & sorcery fantasy.
- Grace Lost by M. Lauryl Lewis (72 reviews). Zombie apocalypse.
- Prefer nonfiction? Not a problem:
- Happiness as a Second Language by Valerie Alexander (54 reviews). Happiness in a book.
- Teens Matter Most by Stephanie Lahart (new release). Teen social issues.
- Chakra Secrets by Becca Chopra (40 reviews). Personal transformation.
- The Game of Basketball by Kevin Sivils (11 reviews). Sports.
- A Detailed Guide to Self-Publishing with Amazon by Chris McMullen (24 reviews). Self-publishing.
- There is even a selection of children’s books:
- Chase Tinker & the House of Magic by Malia Ann Haberman (34 reviews). Sword & sorcery fantasy.
- A Tale of Two Towns with Hidden Animals and Camo-Critters by Dee Anderson (9 reviews). Activity book.
- ShockWaves by Suzanna Williams (10 reviews). Adventure.
- Roxie the SuperCat Rescues Mice on the Moon by B.A. Anderson (12 reviews). Comic book.
- Terri Kelley is participating with 37 picture and chapter books.
- Looking for something more mature?
- Beautiful Broken Rules by Kimberly Lauren (444 reviews). Contemporary romance.
- Catskinner’s Book by Misha Burnett (33 reviews). Sci-fi.
- Finding My Way by Megan Keith (50 reviews). Coming of age, mature content.
- The Exception to the Rule by Beth Rinyu (44 reviews). Contemporary romance.
- Falling to Pieces by L.T. Kelly (13 reviews). Romance.
There are many other good books participating in Read Tuesday. Which ones are on your list?
Read Tuesday is a Black Friday type of event just for book lovers, only the savings will be even more amazing.
- Discounts on e-books will be up to 90% off.
- Some e-books will even be free.
- Almost all participating e-books will be at least $1 off, some will be up to $9 off.
- Several paperbacks will be on sale for up to 50% off.
- Most participating paperbacks will be 20% to 40% off.
It’s a great opportunity for book lovers to save big. It’s also timely for holiday gift-giving.
Give the gift of reading this holiday season. A good book keeps on giving.
Mark your calendar for Tuesday, December 10. It will be here before you know it, and you don’t want to miss it. You’ll have to wait a whole year for the next one.
Better than Black Friday. You don’t have to wait in line. No fighting traffic. Alarms don’t need to be set for the early morning. Shop in your underwear. Plus, the discounts are deeper.
Check out a sample of the books that will be participating in Read Tuesday:
Both printed book and e-books are participating. If you would like to learn more about gifting e-books, click here to read a helpful article by Misha Burnett.
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