Free advice and self-help Kindle books for 27 May 17

My French Cousin

by Vinnie Lunsford

My French Cousin: A First Time Lesbian Romance + Bonus Books

Sarah Riggs

I’m in my early 20’s and stuck at home with my family until I can save up enough money to find my own life. Family get togethers were never my cup of tea. Until my family got a little more interesting, that is. When Julie appears, seemingly out of the blue, I have to wonder if the powers that be are playing some kind of cruel game with me.
Seriously? My French cousin looks like a femme angel descended from on high to tempt me. But there’s no way someone like her would be into someone like me, right?

Julie DuBois Riggs

I’ve toed the line my whole life, doing everything I could to fit in with my American family and my French schoolmates. I attended every rehearsal, took my studies seriously. I’m tired of living the life that others have chosen for me. I wasn’t expecting to find love, but nobody else has the right to tell me that it isn’t real, or isn’t okay. I’m finally free and I know exactly what I want.

CONTENT NOTE: This is a short story that may be read in under 2 hours â??Perfect to relax by the pool or before bed!
For a limited time, this book also includes an extra 5+ hours of bonus stories for your enjoyment!.

AUTHOR’S NOTE: This is a stand-alone story with an HEA, so no cliff-hangers! This story contains explicit love scenes and is intended for 18+ readers only.



Death’s Servant: Volume 1 (Before the V V Inn)

by C.J. Ellisson

The V V Inn series (six of seven titles are currently FREE through May 29th), from the USA Today & New York Times Bestselling Author, C.J. Ellisson:

Jonathan Winchester has clashed with his alpha one too many times. After another argument he leaves the Manitoba pack, his only home since the werewolf attack that changed his life. He returns to his home state of Virginia to start a new life free of pack politics. Jon finds work and meets a young waitress, Raine, who appears to be a lone werewolf, too.

All too soon, Jon’s embroiled in more intrigue than he bargained for and a danger bigger than he can handle. He’s running scared until his own alpha tendencies surface, making him unable to leave the pretty werewolf’s problems behind. The young man is desperate to save Raine–even if his efforts may lead him straight to death.

Journey along in this first prequel novel involving the favorite characters from the bestselling V V Inn series. Written at reader demand, this stand-alone story explains how the beloved Jonathan came to serve the deadly redheaded vampire, Dria.

Publisher’s Note: This story is told in first person, from Jon’s point of view, and is written in present tense, as are all of the books. The style brings an immediacy to the story and makes you feel like you’re living it as the action unfolds.

Before the V V Inn:

  • Death’s Servant, Book One (Jon’s Tale) (Currently FREE)

The V V Inn, in reading order:

  • Vampire Vacation, Book One  (FREE through May 29th)
  • The Hunt, Book Two (FREE through May 29th)
  • Big Game, Book Three (FREE through May 29th)
  • Death Times Two, Book Four ~ A Grim Reality and V V Inn novel co-authored with Boone Brux (FREE through May 29th)
  • Blood Legacy, Book Five (FREE through May 29th)
  • Sharpen the Blade, Book Six 
  • Blood Reckoning, Book Seven (late 2017)


Plane Crash Survival

by Twyla Jamison

Plane Crash Survival: A New Adult Lesbian Erotica + Bonus Books

Brandi Appleton and Tanya Honeycutt were two lovers who made time for each other whenever possible. Brandi, a flight attendant, decided to work a shift that would take her to Tanya, a park ranger in Alaska, where she would surprise her.
On the way to Alaska, things become hectic and dangerous, after a chemical is released inside the plane, causing them to land in the middle of the wilderness, and causing all onboard to have amnesia.
They happened to land in a forest close to Tanya, who worked a late shift. After she finds the plane and eventually discovers Brandi, their destinies become intertwined as they try to help the other passengers, stop a bear, escape their plight, and discover what is going on. It is through Brandi and Tanya working together that they might overcome their doom, cure the amnesia, and live to see another day together in each other’s arms.

CONTENT NOTE: This is a short story that may be read in under 2 hours â??Perfect to relax by the pool or before bed!
For a limited time, this book also includes an extra 5+ hours of bonus stories for your enjoyment!.

AUTHOR’S NOTE: This is a stand-alone story with an HEA, so no cliff-hangers! This story contains explicit love scenes and is intended for 18+ readers only.



Say It like Shakespeare: The Bardâ??s Timeless Tips for Communication Success

by Tom Leech

From Tom Leech, author, speech coach, and conference speaker, comes a new book: SAY IT LIKE SHAKESPEARE: THE BARD’S TIMELESS TIPS FOR COMMUNICATION SUCCESS, 2nd Edition. This new edition of McGraw-Hill’s original widely-praised book provides a tuneup for enhancing communications success in business and personal worlds. As the Bard of Avon put it 4+ centuries ago “No man is lord of anything â??til he communicate his parts to others.” To succeed in business, communicating with colleagues, upper management, customers (real or potential), the general public and others along the way is a key factor in landing that job, doing it well., and getting that promotion. That may involve multiple modes of communication: interpersonal, written, speaking to groups (informal and high-stakes presentations), participating in meetings, and more recently via internet (e-mail, social media, webinars and more each day). “As a financial executive, now retired, I was constantly amazed at how the Bard’s words applied so well to the business world. Tom’s 2nd edition highlights many of these in a vivid and valuable manner. A must read.” Alex Sandie, President-Founder of San Diego Shakespeare Society Here you’ll learn from the Bard’s memorable communicators, such as Henry V to his Band of Brothers, Marc Antony to his “Friends and Romans,” Cleopatra when shooting the messenger, Othello advising his team to put brain in gear before mouth, (and even Falstaff to shape up his band of scoundrels). Pithy examples from current day (and past)executives, politicians, and personalities sharply demonstrate positive and negative techniques for ways to: – Improve sending skills by applying Hamlet’s advice to speak the speech and Caesar’s punchy reminder of non-verbal communication importance. – Polish often woeful listening-receiving skills (yes, really beware the Ides of March) to interact well during discussions, meetings, and question-and-answer sessions. – Compose clear and persuasive messages-content to convey key information and sell ideas. – Use the medium (think PowerPoint) to enhance, rather than impede communication by sound use of visual aids, props, and web-video modes. “Say It Like Shakespeare by Tom Leech is a must-read, must-practice guide for anyone whose job requires strong communication skills. Author Tom Leech is a master at teaching people how to use the right words to convey the right message in the right tone. I highly recommend this 2nd Edition if you’re looking for a how-to guide to sharpen your communication skills.” Tom Hinton, Author of “10,000 Days: The Rest of Your Life, the Best of Your Life!”



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