Discover Indies on Free Book Friday

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Starting off my first A-to-Z Challenge Free Book Friday, D is for discovery, and while I can’t tell you yet all the forms that will take (mainly because at this precise moment, I don’t know), this morning it has a dual meaning. It’s part of the title, sure, but you also might discover an indie author you’re glad you found. Now wish me luck for F on Monday, because “Free Book Friday” would have covered it.

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Seeds of Discovery: Dusk Gate Chronicles by Breeana Puttroff. FREE from Smashwords.com
When Quinn Robbins becomes intrigued with the odd behavior of a classmate, she stumbles upon an old mystery that takes her to a world she never knew existed, but that she might have hidden connections to.

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Saving Yesterday Today

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Time is a funny thing. It’s so intangible and yet creates a completely impenetrable barrier. Except when it comes to fiction, of course. Then all hands are off the clock.


Saving Yesterday (TimeShifters) by Jessica Keller. Amazon for $3.99. Her blood holds secrets she never knew existed.

Despite the fact that she acts as a parent to her alcoholic father, Gabby Creed feels pretty normal. But her life is turned upside-down on her seventeenth birthday when a bracelet appears on her wrist and sucks her back through time.

Turns out she’s not even a little bit normal. She’s a Shifter—a protector of humans and of history itself. And she’s not alone. The other Shifters believe Gabby is special, even more special than the mysterious Michael Pace. Oh, and the Shades—seriously creepy creatures who feed off of human despair—are determined to capture her.

It’s all a lot to absorb. So Gabby’s grateful to have Michael as her Trainer—or she would be if she could get her rebellious heart under control. Then again, if the rumors about her blood are true, saving yesterday will be the least of her worries.