Saturday, March 9, 2013

Get my first novel for FREE!

Stephanie here. I'm super excited that my publisher is offering my debut novel, Me, Just Different as a free download for a limited time. 




If you've already read the book or own a paperback, it's still helpful for me if you download it. That helps get the book up higher on lists, which broadens the visibility of the book. (I'm saying that because I used to feel guilty about downloading free books. You shouldn't!)

If you've read the books and you don't mind writing reviews, that's very helpful too. They don't need to be long either, just something simple is great.

My publisher has also put the other two books in the series, Out with the In Crowd and So Over It on sale, so if you've already read the first book, you can read the rest of Skylar's story for super cheap.





Click here to get So Over It for your Kindle.
Click here to get So Over It for your Nook.


I know a ton of you are swamped with school work at the moment, but the season of poolside reading isn't too far away, so it's a great time to load up your ereader!

23 comments:

  1. Downloaded it! Not the kind of thing I usually read but am willing to give it a try when I'm done with Girl Of Nightmares :)

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    1. Thanks for being willing to branch out for me! Can't beat the price, anyway :)

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    2. Hahahahaha! Yeah, not unless you pay me - but that kinda defeats the purpose ;)

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    3. Writers are desperate people. That might start happening before too long!

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  2. Great! I just downloaded it. It is so funny, because on this very moment, I'm reading 'Mezelf, maar dan anders', the Dutch edition. Thank you so much for this opportunity!

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    1. Oh, that's so awesome! I have Mezelf, maar dan anders on my shelf, and I love looking at it. When I take it with me to school visits, it's always a big hit with the American kids :)

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    2. That silly Dutch is definitely harder than your easy English!;-) But maybe your books are a way to learn it. Idea?

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  3. I put your books on my reading list! However, I don't have a Kindle, and I prefer real books . . . that and I think a Kindle would be a little too expensive for me right now! Hopefully I'll be able to read this series within the next two years. (That sounds really weird. I have this enormously long reading list though.)

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    1. You can download a Kindle-app on your pc for free. Maybe that's something for you...

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    2. My to-read list is a bit ridiculous too, Hannah! I understand.

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  4. This sounds awesome. I'm going to get it, but I'm having some trouble setting up my account. Once I get that done, though ... :)

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  5. I read it yesterday and enjoyed very much. It taught a very valuable lesson and was extremely well written. You are a fantastic writer! I'm looking forward to reading more of your books:)

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    1. Oh, thank you, Sara! I'm so glad you enjoyed it.

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  6. Downloaded! I've been wanting to read this. (:

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  7. I downloaded it! Can't wait to read it. :)

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  8. OOOOHHHHH!!!!! Thank you!!!
    It will be downloaded but I just realized that my Kindle is dead so it's charging right now! (I read 24/7!!)
    Thanks so much Stephanie!!

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  9. This is great, I can't wait to read it. I was just wondering, why isn't it free on the ibookstore as well? I don't do a lot of ereading (I prefer paper) but the few ebooks I do have are on that and I would like to keep them together.

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    1. I'm not sure, honestly. Just where my publisher decided to invest, I guess.

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