Friday, December 7, 2012

Feed My Reader Friday #1


Just put up a post sharing the new ebooks you've added to your reader, computer, phone, etc. Sponsored by I'm a Reader, Not A Reader
You can grab the graphic I have on this post, make your own graphic, skip the graphic, whatever works for you.
I will put up a post each week that will include a new linky. The linky will be set as a blog hop so you can grab the code at the bottom of the linky to include with your post IF you want. These posts will go live on Thursday night so you can stop by on Fridays and link up your post IF you want.
Again there are really no requirements. You don't need to link to me or credit me or anything like that. Just share all your great ebooks.

"Dogg the Detective Solves the Mystery of the Missing Christmas Mail" is the third in a series of Children's Mysteries featuring mild-mannered Dogg and his goldfish sidekick, Carla the Carp.
A great book for Christmas that's easy to read; even parents will enjoy reading this book for children.
After the elves realize no mail and no Christmas wish lists are getting to the North Pole they have to find an answer to this mystery. Santa calls on Dogg the Detective to find the answer.
Dogg and Carla travel all the way to the North Pole (in spite of Carla's concerns that she will become a frozen fish stick) to help Santa Claus find out what's happening to all of the Christmas mail.
Another one of the entertaining Christmas books for Kindle.

Sweet Delicious Madness and The Many Mysterious Deaths of Silvio Berlusconi
by Julie Sarff

When Lily Bilbury can’t get a divorce or make ends meet or acquire the object of her affection, she contemplates running around ranting drivel and frightening the whole reserved population of Arona, Italy.

Deep Fried and Pickled by Paisley Ray

It’s 86’, the era of Pop Rocks, Jelly shoes and big hair bands. Rachael O’Brien’s freshman plan seems simple: Attend a southern college, five-hundred miles from her hometown of Canton, Ohio, earn an art history degree, party and lose her virginity – hopefully, not in that order. “Becoming a woman,” somehow turns into a series of life-lessons that she and her journal are lucky to live to tell. Being threatened by a redheaded She-Devil, avoiding the advances of a thirty-something redneck, and discovering an art fraud scheme interfere with her “to do” list. On top of her troubles at school, Rachael finds herself forging a new relationship with her emotionally-distant father after her mother abandons him for a psychic adventure.

Bad decision-making, law-bending behavior, surprising romances and near death experiences can make freshman year challenging in Paisley Ray’s, Deep Fried and Pickled, quick-witted, south-of-the-Mason-Dixon tale of survival.

The Unfinished Gift by Dan Walsh

Patrick Collins is seven years old, and on his Christmas list are only three items. He wants the army to find his father. He wants to leave his grandfather’s house. And, for reasons even he doesn’t understand, he wants the soldier that’s tucked away in his grandfather’s attic.

Set at Christmastime in 1943, The Unfinished Gift tells in an engaging, simple style the story of a family, and reminds us of the surprising things that affect powerful change in our hearts – like a young boy’s prayers, a shoebox full of love letters, and even an old wooden soldier, long forgotten. This nostalgic story of forgiveness will engage readers everywhere.

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