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Read an E-book Week!

This is the week every year where we celebrate reading e-books! I'm a convert to e-books (which didn't happen until AFTER I was published by a digital publisher!) for so many reasons. I am waiting for the day when publishing is publishing and all books are available in either e-book or tree book format (even if it's POD or through that wonderful Espresso Machine) depending on your preference, and every book is considered equal! 

To celebrate Read an E-book Week, Smashwords is having a special promotion. Two of my books are available there and this week they are FREE!

All I Want for Christmas (okay I know it's not Christmas, but you know, you could download and read it in December!)

 Sometimes the only fights worth fighting are those you’re going to lose...

Fiercely independent Samara Hayden has been working her way up in her father’s coffee company since she left home seven years ago, broken-hearted and betrayed. Now her father has died mysteriously and she has to return home. She shares her father’s passion for coffee and she knows the business, so she’s determined to take over running the company.

Turning Samara down that night she kissed him seven years ago was the hardest thing Travis Murray ever had to do. Eight years older than her, and her father’s business partner, he knew she was way off limits. After Parker saw them together, he made Travis swear he’d never touch Samara again, and Travis has worked hard to regain Parker’s respect ever since. With Parker now gone, he’s the natural one to succeed him as CEO.

Samara’s still attracted to Travis, but she can’t let that get in the way of her plans to run the company. Travis can’t let someone so young and inexperienced take over the business he helped build. Samara and Travis go head to head over business decisions, including the project Parker was working on in Matagalpa, but with the attraction still hot between them, they’re fighting over more than business...

So go get free books at Smashwords and READ AN E-BOOK!

What I'm Reading Wednesday
This post is up late due to continuing &*#$^*#% internet problems. I was without internet for 5 days last week, and it took 2 repair people to "fix" the problem. Except it's not totally fixed and still doing weird things. This morning I couldn't get on again. Big sigh. It's such a huge part of my life these days!

On the weekend I finished BIG Temptation by Robin Rotham. I loved this story and both the characters. I love a really wounded hero, which Barrett is. Very hot, too! And I just read Caught by Jamie Alden, which I enjoyed. Starting today: The Bikini Diaries by Lacey Alexander. Can't wait to get into that, I really like Lacey's stories. FWIW, Lacey Alexander is who got me started reading ebooks!
What I'm Reading Wednesday

What am I reading this week? An e-book of course! It’s Read an E-book Week!

This week the Samhain Café is CRAZY with all kinds of things going on and lots of contests. I myself will be there Thursday at 8:00 (EST) and may have a little contest to win an e-book, as well as some excerpts; and I’m part of today’s scavenger hunt at The Samhellion - Fiction, Articles and Musings by Samhain Publishing's Leading Authors.

The e-book I’m reading: BIG Temptation by Robin Rotham. I got this book to download onto my new Sony reader for this weekend (going away for a long weekend, lots of time to read on the drive) but I have to confess I already started it! And I have to get Amber Eyes, by Maya Banks, just out yesterday.

I did read a paper book this week, too – Instant Attraction by Jill Shalvis. Jill is one of my favs and this story was great. The attraction was instant, but it was believable. That’s important for me – an instant attraction that’s too over-the-top loses me. It has to build – and the sexual tension in this story built beautifully. I loved that Cam was a snowboarder – way cool! – only wish there was more actual snowboarding in the story, I love athletes in action. Both Katie and Cam are wounded and I like how they dealt with it so differently – and yet not so differently.