60 years AND free books–what’s not to love?

2009 is Harlequin’s 6oth anniversary.  The entire year will be filled with fun things, special events and awesome prizes. Kicking off the party is a free book promotion available at www.HarlequinCelebrates.com We’re talking new books by great authors. You only get to pick one, but what a great way to try a new line you might have been curious about.

The only hitch? Oh, come on, you knew there had to be one, right? The books are digital downloads. I can say I’ve never tried this myself, but what better time?  Be brave. Be current. Earn bragging rights with all the smart kids you know.

Here’s what the whiz kids at eHarlequin sent me. Don’t ask me to interpret.

  • The titles are available as a PDF and in all eBook formats. There is no drm (digital rights management)
  • The titles are also available as a Stanza App for the iPhone and iPod Touch
  • The titles can also be found at all the online retailers like Sony, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Fictionwise.com, eReader.com, etc.
  • The 16 free books (one for every series) will be available throughout 2009.

The free books:

Harlequin American Romance, Once a Cowboy by Linda Warren

Harlequin Blaze, Slow Hands by Leslie Kelly

Harlequin Historical, His Lady Mistress by Elizabeth Rolls

Harlequin Intrigue, Crime Scene at Cardwell Ranch by B.J. Daniels

Harlequin Presents, Price of Passion by Susan Napier

Harlequin Romance, The Bride’s Baby by Liz Fielding

Harlequin Superromance, Snowbound by Janice Kay Johnson

Silhouette Desire, Baby Bonanza by Maureen Child

Silhouette Nocturne, Kiss Me Deadly by Michele Hauf

Silhouette Romantic Suspense, Stranded with a Spy by Merline Lovelace

Silhouette Special Edition, Dancing in the Moonlight by Raeanne Thayne

Love Inspired, A Very Special Delivery by Linda Goodnight

Love Inspired Historical, Homespun Bride by Jillian Hart

Love Inspired Suspense, Hide in Plain Sight by Marta Perry

Kimani Romance, Irresistible Forces by Brenda Jackson

Nascar, Speed Dating by Nancy Warren

The Wine, Women and Words Book Club voted and we’re going to read and discuss Linda Warren’s Harlequin American ONCE A COWBOY in March.  (February is a bust because Char and I are working on the revisions of FINDING THEIR SON.)  So, please join us. Linda’s a wonderful author, and who doesn’t love a cowboy?

What are you waiting for? It’s FREE!  Let’s celebrate!!!

Deb

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