We just love to give our readers a chance to win something. And today we’re giving away one copy of each of the ebooks we published in February and March.
Goal Setting for Writers by Sandra Gerth
Writing a book is on the bucket list of millions of people worldwide, but very few actually finish their book or manage to fulfill other writing dreams such as making a living as a writer.
Many writers fail because they don’t know how to set effective writing goals and how to develop an action plan that will turn their dreams into reality.
Whether you are a complete newbie just thinking about writing your first book or a multi-published author dreaming of becoming a full-time writer or somewhere in between, this book will help you to:
- Learn the difference between dreams and goals,
- Turn your dreams into effective, realistic writing goals,
- Discover what matters most to you about your writing,
- Break down your goals into bite-sized chunks that you can achieve more easily, even if you don’t have much time to write,
- Create an action plan that guides you through every step of the writing and publishing process, from brainstorming ideas to marketing,
- Overcome procrastination, writer’s block, and other obstacles that keep you from finishing your book.
[three_fourth_last]The Caphenon by Fletcher DeLancey
On a summer night like any other, an emergency call sounds in the quarters of Andira Tal, Lancer of Alsea. The news is shocking: not only is there other intelligent life in the universe, but it’s landing on the planet right now.
Tal leads the first responding team and ends up rescuing aliens who have a frightening story to tell. They protected Alsea from a terrible fate—but the reprieve is only temporary.
Captain Ekatya Serrado of the Fleet ship Caphenon serves the Protectorate, a confederation of worlds with a common political philosophy. She has just sacrificed her ship to save Alsea, yet political maneuvering may mean she did it all for nothing.
Alsea is now a prize to be bought and sold by galactic forces far more powerful than a tiny backwater planet. But Lancer Tal is not one to accept a fate imposed by aliens, and she’ll do whatever it takes to save her world.
[three_fourth_last]Turning for Home by Caren Werlinger
Like her mother before her, Jules Calhoon couldn’t wait to escape her small Ohio town. Unlike her mother, though, Jules couldn’t disappear forever. When she’s called back for her grandfather’s funeral, the visit unleashes a flood of memories and starts her on a lonely—and familiar—path.
Her partner, Kelli, feels Jules slipping away but can’t figure out how to pull her back. In desperation, she turns to Jules’s oldest friend—and her ex—Donna. The problem is, Donna never could figure out why her relationship with Jules ended so long ago, and she never stopped loving Jules.
When a lonely, confused teenager reaches out to Jules for help, the past and present are set on a collision course, igniting a chain of events that will leave none of them unscathed.
Love Times Two: A Double Dose of Romance for Valentine’s Day
Two short stories, “V-Day 1978” by Cindy Rizzo and “Pistachio Heat” by Nikki Busch, provide you with a double dose of romance for Valentine’s Day and for every other day of the year.
Miri Rahimi is dreading her first Valentine’s Day since coming out at the ripe old age of thirty-five. But she’s decided to jump into the fray and attend the local lesbian Meetup at a pinball museum. Fearing rejection because nobody will want to be her “first,” she’s pleasantly surprised when she meets Van Wallace—a blonde butch with a wicked sense of humor.
The heat between them builds over a game of pinball—until Van suddenly leaves Miri right before the stroke of midnight.
Will Cupid bring them back together?
When Katie moves to Sojourner Womyn’s Land and is assigned Hillary as her orientation buddy, a strong attraction develops. But the community has a rule again “coupling,” which it regards as a vestige of patriarchy designed to treat women as property, and Hillary is committed to living by Sojourner’s radical feminist ideals.
For a while, it appears that Katie will be unable to convince Hillary that they should be together—until right before Valentine’s Day when something unusual happens.[/three_fourth_last]
Good Enough to Eat by Alison Grey and Jae
Robin’s New Year’s resolution to change her eating habits is as unusual as she is. Unlike millions of other women, she isn’t tempted by chocolate or junk food. She’s a vampire, determined to fight her craving for a pint of O negative.
When she goes to an AA meeting, hoping for advice on fighting her addiction, she meets Alana, a woman who battles her own demons.
Despite their determination not to get involved, the attraction is undeniable.
Is it just bloodlust that makes Robin think Alana looks good enough to eat, or is it something more? Will it even matter once Alana finds out who Robin really is?
If you want to participate in the giveaway, leave a comment (tell us which ebook you would like to win) or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for the giveaway is Friday 11.59 p.m. EST, which means 6 a.m. on Saturday in Germany.
We’ll do the drawing over the weekend and will then contact the winners directly.