eBook Deals February 7 – 13

valentines day ebook-3502034_960_720 pixabayYou know what’s coming next week, right? It’s that fake holiday, Valentine’s Day. What could be better for your valentine than the gift of a good book? Chocolate, while it may be delicious, will make us all fat. So… We’ve got plenty of free and 99 cent eBooks here on Thrifty Thursday, so fill up your eReader or gift them!

Readers: look in the comment section below. If you see one you like, click over and buy it. How easy is that? (If you don’t see the book covers, adjust your browser’s adblock settings.)

Authors: if you have a book priced at 99¢ or less (that’s right, post your free eBooks here, too!), follow the instructions below and post it right in the comment section. Got more than one bargain book? Go ahead and post up to five titles but only one book and ONE link per comment please!

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1. Book title
2. Author name
3. A one sentence
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4. ONE link to purchase the book (only secure retail sites – Amazon, Smashwords, B&N, Kobo, or Apple/iStore)
5. Whether your book is free or 99 cents (and for how long/what dates)
6. Limit FIVE books per author.

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23 thoughts on “eBook Deals February 7 – 13”

  1. Ghost Walk (A Lacey Fitzpatrick and Sam Firecloud Mystery Book 1)
    by Melissa Bowersock
    The award-winning story of an ex-cop and a Navajo medium who investigate murders–by talking to the victims.

    Always 99 cents.

  2. Jacob Blade, Vigilante: Hot Lead, Cold Steel
    Charles Ray
    Half-breed, Jacob Blade, after turning a fugitive over to the sheriff in Eldorado, Colorado, gets mixed up in the troubles of the town.

    99 cents

  3. The Red River Queen: The Adventures of Deputy US Marshal Bass Reeves
    Charles Ray
    Bass goes after a fiery red-head who wants to become the queen of the outlaws in Indian Territory.

    99 cents

  4. American Heroes: That History Forgot
    Charles Ray
    Sixty African-American personalities who contributed to American history, but often get left out of the history books.

    99 cents

  5. The Body in the Alpaca Pasture
    Jerold Last
    A classic whodunit mystery featuring an exotic setting, a complex murder case, and a suspenseful plot.

    $0.99

  6. The Body in the Bed
    Jerold Last
    Visit Montevideo, Uruguay for a fast paced, action filled international mystery. Who killed the body in the bed?

    $0.99 (Free with Kindle Unlimited)

  7. The Body in the Parking Structure
    Jerold Last
    Can you figure out who killed the body in the parking structure before private eye Roger Bowman does? Good luck!

    $0.99 (Free with Kindle Unlimited)

  8. The Bodies by the Beltway
    Jerold Last
    Who is the mysterious sniper recreating the historical Beltway sniper attacks of 2002 in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia?

    $0.99 (Free with Kindle Unlimited)

  9. Girth
    By Alex Henderson
    This outrageous comedy shows what it means to be a man with a ‘small’ problem that just got much bigger!

    Free on Amazon – February 8-9

  10. Valentine’s Day Love Poems
    by JB Wocoski
    Kindle some FREE LOVE THIS WEEKEND, February 9th and 10th Why not give the Gift of Love with a new book of 33 endearing romantic poems today?

    Regular Price $2.99

  11. The Black & Blue Butterfly Tattoo
    John D. Ottini
    An ill-advised sexual liaison with an unstable associate threatens to destroy Psychiatrist Braydon Ferrell’s marriage, practice and freedom.

    Only – $0.99 (Free with Kindle Unlimited)

  12. The Twisted Road Ahead
    John D. Ottini
    John D. Ottini leads us on an excursion through eight suspenseful tales, each filled with joy, heartache, mystery, intrigue and a pinch of humor.

    Only – $0.99 (Free with Kindle Unlimited)

  13. Mommy and Daddy Like Books About Farts
    by Margaretta James
    Ethan has a problem. He likes to read about science, music, artists and animals. To his dismay, his parents like humorous books about farts.

    FREE until February 12th

  14. iPhone Tips & Tricks So Good They’ll Shock You (A Short, Short Guide)
    by M.S. Smith
    An iPhone doesn’t come with a user’s manual, but there are all sorts of shortcuts and productivity hacks inherent to the device.

    FREE until February 13th

  15. Sin Eater (The Aria Knight Chronicles Book 1)
    by Alesha Escobar & Samantha LaFantasie
    Aria Knight has an unusual set of skills: she will hold back the hounds of Hell so that you can fly toward the Pearly Gates.

    FREE until February 28th

  16. Becoming Carlotta: A Biographical Novel
    by Brenda Murphy
    For the twenty years of her acting career, Carlotta Monterey was counted among the most beautiful women in America.

    FREE until February 13th

  17. Remy’s Dilemma
    By Andrew Snook
    Remy embarks on a ridiculous road trip to find the answer to man’s greatest question. Unfortunately, the Toronto PD mistakes him for a serial killer.

    Only $0.99 cents in February

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