My book is FREE this weekend!

Imminent Danger And How to Fly Straight into It is officially free to download this weekend (January 31 – February 1).

Click here to check it out!

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Here are details about the book:

Imminent Danger Cover RevealGenre: YA sci-fi / romance / adventure

High school junior Eris Miller thinks she’s having a bad day when her roommate’s boyfriend catches her stepping out of the shower wearing nothing but a towel. Then she gets abducted by scaly six-armed aliens with a strange fondness for the color blue, and her day suddenly gets a whole lot worse.

Trapped on a spaceship bound for the slave markets of Sirius B, Eris fears she’ll never see her home again. But then fate whisks her away from her reptilian captors and into the arms of Varrin, a fast-talking space pirate who promises to deliver her safely back to Earth. He claims to have her best interests at heart, but Eris soon discovers that her charming rescuer has a hidden agenda.

As they race across the galaxy, outrunning a villainous figure from Varrin’s past, Eris begins to realize that their relationship is putting her planet, her life and her heart in imminent danger. She knows that trusting Varrin could prove deadly … but what other choice does she have?

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I’ll be posting results of the free weekend once said weekend is over, so check back here if you’re curious. Other than that … let’s get this baby to #1 on the Free Kindle Chart!

SHWOOP.

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26 thoughts on “My book is FREE this weekend!

  1. Sharing!

  2. Reblogged this on disregard the prologue and commented:
    I enjoyed this book BEFORE the last round of awesomefication edits. It’s even better now. Check it out!

  3. Reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog….. An Author Promotions Enterprise! and commented:
    DON’T FORGET to leave your reviews 😀

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  5. Reblogged this on Lea At Sea and commented:
    Love this book! Read it, people!

  6. Mentioned that on facebook, right underneath my old post about the indiegogo campaign.

  7. Reblogged this on Books, Movies, Poetry and commented:
    Michelle and I are doing a little cross promotion this weekend. She posted my promotion yesterday and so today I am returning the favor. Her book is running free from today (1/31) to February 1st. I grabbed a copy. Can’t wait to read it. Swing over and check out her awesome site and her free promotion.

  8. Good luck. I hope you have many downloads.

  9. I’ve posted everywhere I could. Best of luck with the promo! 🙂

  10. This sounds really good. I’m going to check it out. Good luck.

  11. Reblogged this on Paula Acton and commented:
    Today should be fiction post but instead I am going to encourage you to grab an awesome freebie

  12. If you are only going to point at one Amazon, you could at least pick your own country!

    Although, I recommend using a region-routing link, such as SmarlURL, to have them all.

  13. Nathanielle Sean Crawford

    I have a very strange conundrum. I downloaded the book on a different computer, thinking I could put it on my flash drive and bring it home to read on my laptop. For reasons I can’t go into right now, I can’t get access to wifi all that often because I wish to risk my laptop as little as possible in a place where there are hot liquid beverages dancing precariously around me like an America’s Got Talent audition that’s definitely not going to Hollywood.

    Unfortunately, my plan didn’t work and when I did bring my laptop out to a WiFi spot to try to download the book again to my Kindle Ap, the Amazon website had decided that one download was enough.

    So, I still haven’t read the book, even though I desperately want to. If anyone would be so kind as to “loan” me their copy, I will return it as soon as I am finished reading it.

    Thank you ahead of time. 🙂

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