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EBOOK 99 CENTS - JAN SALE - CHEAP READ

Everyone loves a January sale.
 
Did you get an e-reader for Christmas? Do you love January sale bargains? Did you ever hear a reader of books say "Don't buy me an ebook in the January sale"?
 
For a limited time Little Red Gem is on sale for 99 cents (discount applied at checkout).
 
Redeemable at Smashwords
 
 
ENTER COUPON CODE SE97A
Hurry to grab your copy before time runs out.
Offer ends Jan 31, 2014
 
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/365185
 
 
About the book:
In this teen paranormal romance Ruby Parker is desperate to discover just how much her boyfriend loved her because she died before she could find out. Using magic, love potions, help from ghosts, and a televised music talent show, Ruby makes a mess of things just to find out her answer. But that's okay, because if Leo didn't love her as much as she thought, she's better off as a ghost.


“Little Red Gem is a story about Ruby Parker who makes a mess of things in life and death to find out how much the boy loved her. In the end Ruby comes to understand that it’s very important that she love herself first and foremost.” D L Richardson
                                       
What readers are saying:
If the low price doesn't convince you to give this book a go, maybe these reader reviews will. (And I'm not making up the capitalisation in the Goodreads review. This reader really wants you to know what he thought.)
 
Goodreads review (December 2013)
IF YOU LOVE TEENAGE ROMANCE CROSSED WITH GHOSTS, READ THIS PLEASE!
This book was the perfect mixture of real-life teenage angst and romance combined with the paranormal side of ghosts and possessions. Read more
 
TiffyFit (Novemer 2013)
A lovely paranormal romance with an ending that will make you smile as you definitely do not see the opportunity she has coming! Read more
 
Lovely Reads (October 2013) 
"LOVE THIS!!! When I first read about this book, it sounded similar to a series I just read. This book however, had much more love and wonder that I loved reading. When I read it, I was like how sad is it to die and not know how much that one guy loved you. When she came back to find out and got the truth I was soo happy for Ruby, even if it wasn't the easiest thing. Love is AMAZING, for anyone who finds it and knows just who you want to spend forever with..." Read more
 
 
ABOUT THE AUTHOR

D L Richardson is the author of speculative fiction. She has three teen novels and one short story anthology published. Her first novel reached number 2 at OmniLit and number 38 at Kobo Books. Her second reached number 1 at OmniLit. Little Red Gem is her third novel and recently won 2nd place Best Books of 2013 Paranormal Cravings. She lives in Australia on the NSW south coast with her husband and dog.


Contact information

Email                   dlrichardsonbooks@bigpond.com 
Blog           www.dlrichardsonwrites.blogspot.com
Website          www.dlrichardson.com Facebook      http://goo.gl/560JXl  
Twitter              www.twitter.com/#!/DLRichardson1
 

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