Wednesday, 4 July 2012

4th of July Hangover (Free Ebook Event Extension)

The highly successful 4th of July Literary and Thriller Fireworks Free Ebook Event will now extend through July 5, 2012. Five of the literary fiction and thriller authors have announced they will continue to offer their ebooks free for a third day.

The authors, who are all members of the Backspace online writers organization ( include Rachel Elizabeth Cole, Loretta Giacoletto, Mary Beth Daniels, Daniel A. Smith and Nora Carroll.

The ebooks included in the free promotion are:
Fallen Leaves by Rachel Elizabeth Cole
Chicago's Headmistress by Loretta Giacoletto
Heteroflexibility: A Romantic Comedy by Mary Beth Daniels
Listen to the Rain by Rachel Elizabeth Cole
Storykeeper by Daniel A. Smith
Hemingway Point by Nora Carroll

About Rachel Elizabeth Cole:
Rachel Elizabeth Cole is a novelist and short-story writer whose work has appeared, among other places, in Cahoots, Literary Mama, Gator Springs Gazette, and Flashquake. Even though she hates rain, she lives just outside Vancouver, British Columbia, with her husband, their two sons, and one very spoiled house rabbit.

About Loretta Giacoletto:
St. Louis area resident Loretta Giacoletto writes Italian/American sagas, contemporary novels about dysfunctional families, and a blog Loretta on Life. Her short fiction has appeared in numerous publications, including Literary Mama, which nominated her story "Tom" for Dzanc's 2010 Best of The Web. She has visited countries in Europe and Asia but Italy remains her favorite.

About Mary Beth Daniels:
Mary Beth Daniels is a writer and wedding photographer in Texas. During her divorce, she was adopted by an amazing community of softball-playing lesbians who changed her life. After the passage of California's Prop 8 halted her trip to photograph several same-sex weddings, she wrote Heteroflexibility to highlight the challenges facing these couples who want nothing more than to marry.

About Daniel A. Smith:
Daniel A. Smith is currently working on his second novel of a series set in a little-known but important period of America’s earliest history. Daniel has traveled across all 48 continental states and five provinces of Canada as a sound engineer, working behind the scenes to entertain, inform, and observe all manner of audiences, but he prefers to live, roam, and write in Arkansas with his life-long friend and wife.

About Nora Carroll:
Nora Carroll spends every summer in the hundred year old house built by her great-grandfather on the shores of a clear blue lake in Northern Michigan. She loves cookouts on the beach, the scent of suntan oil, and playing catch with her golden retriever. This is her first novel.

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