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Ereader Devices & Prices Update & a Free eBook!

Ghost Exterminator**ATTENTION BOOKLOVERS!**

TODAY is the last day you can download The Ghost Exterminator: A Love Story from Borders.com absolutely free!  Hailed as “funny, sexy, and all over a good read” by Paranormal Romance Reviews and awarded 4.5 Stars by Romantic Times Reviews, the print edition of The Ghost Exterminator: A Love Story will be coming to a brick and mortar bookstore near you November 1st, but you can get your FREE digital copy today, courtesy of Borders & Samhain Publishing.

And, later this week…

The ebook of The Ghost Shrink, the Accidental Gigolo & the Poltergeist Accountant will be free for a limited time only from Amazon and Barnes & Noble, courtesy of Samhain Publishing.  In the mood for a quick, light-hearted read?  Just download the first story of the Karmic Consultants series for Nook, Kindle, or Kindle for PC/iPhone (so even if you don’t have an ereader yet you can snag a free copy!).  That’s right, ladies and gentlemen!  From October 15th thru 28th, the first novella of the Karmic Consultants series is absolutely free! Tell your friends!  Your copy is just a click away. Thank you and happy reading!


We now return you to your regularly scheduled programming…

Ereaders!

“e”-cologically Friendly: A Look at eReaders

Pocket.  Touch.  Kindle.  Nook.  Cool-er.

Random word association?  Nope.  Those are the names of some of the hot new e-readers on the market right now.

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