5 eBook Deals for Black Friday
Happy Holidays! We hope you had a great Thanksgiving! Now it’s crunch time for all the Christmas shopping you still have! While you’re perusing the Black Friday deals here are 5 eBook deals you can’t miss! Grab these books for yourself or someone you love!
12 Saturdays by F.P. Lione
12 Saturday’s is a Christian Suspense novel that is currently just $0.99!
“Homelessness on the streets of New York was the last thing on newly engaged, advertising executive, Jenna Russo’s mind.
A family heirloom and her alcoholic father’s dying wish turned out to be a powerful incentive to take notice. Jenna has to either spend 12 Saturdays on the streets of New York City feeding the poor with a Christian outreach, or risk losing her beloved grandmother’s ring to an estranged and manipulative sister.
Will she see the lost through the eyes of faith and learn that there are blessings beyond the family heirloom? Or will she fall victim to her past and crumble under the great expectations of her deceased father?”
Was Jesus Really Born on Christmas? by Greg Tobin
Releasing December 6th, Was Jesus Really Born on Christmas? is currently $0.99 for pre-order!
“How did Sunday become the “Sabbath Day?” Why did St. Valentine become the patron saint of lovebirds? Most people happily participate in Mardi Gras, Halloween and St. Patrick’s Day with very little knowledge of the origins and meanings of those celebrations. Greg Tobin unearths the religious roots of the seemingly secular, offering historical trivia and the sometimes bizarre origins of the days throughout the year that bring people together.
In these pages, readers will discover that:
– Jesus was not born on Christmas Day.
– The Easter Bunny is a deeply pagan tradition that simply could not be suppressed by the Church. Same with Easter eggs.
– Mother’s Day falls in early May, the month dedicated to Mary, the Mother of Christ and the Catholic symbol of motherhood.
– Saint Patrick is not only the patron saint of Ireland but also Nigeria.
and much more!”
Noah Gates by Reg Quist
Another great Christian Western from an author we can’t get enough of, Reg Quist!
“Noah Gates is a family appropriate Western novel. Noah starts out to find the thieves who stole his herd of trade horses but time and weather wipe out all signs of their movements. With nothing else pressing on his life he wanders to Deadwood for the winter and then to Dakota Territory, with troubles and another theft along the way. Heading towards the Colorado gold fields he agrees to guide Dora across the Montana plains, leaving her in Miles City. After a summer in the high up mountains he decides to find Dora again. Humor and romance ensue. Noah Gates, although not a true sequel, has many tie-ins with Hamilton Robb.”
Meditations for Dog Lovers by James Dyet
This devotional novel by James Dyet is great for yourself or for a gift for every dog lover you know!
“Meditations for Dog Lovers taps into the energy and emotions that forge a special relationship between a dog and his or her master. From the first time a puppy responds to its master’s voice, a relationship develops that results in many shared happy moments. Meditations for Dog Lovers explores the bond of friendship that has developed between James Dyet and his dogs, Molly and Rosie, since they were puppies. Each meditation relates a brief, often humorous story every dog lover can relate to and applies its “dog-ma” to the reader’s relationship with God.”
The Deuce by F.P. Lione
The first book in the Midtown Blue Series is now out for just $0.99!
“Tony Cavalucci is a New York City police officer fighting for his life. The crime and corruption he sees on the job combined with a failing family life leave Tony feeling drained, lost, and frightfully alone, causing him to look for happiness in all the wrong places. Just when he is about to give up, Tony is partnered with Joe Fiore, another Italian-American cop who exudes the strength and confidence that Tony has been searching for. Though wary of his new partner, Tony finds that the day-to-day toils of his job force him to swallow his pride and look to Fiore for help. Writing with grit, freshness, and authenticity, authors Frank and Pam Lione, born-and-bred native New Yorkers themselves, bring to life the loneliness that haunts even New York’s finest.”