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Stay Warm with Free eBooks During the Arctic Blast: 16-18 January 2024


Stay Warm with Free eBooks During the Arctic Blast: 16-18 January 2024

As the cold arctic winds sweep across the country, bringing with them a chill that bites to the bone, there's no better time to curl up with a good eBook. And what's better than an eBook? Four free eBooks! Yes, you heard it right. From January 16th to 18th, 2024, four captivating eBooks will be available for free, offering you the perfect escape from the frosty weather.


While the arctic weather attacks with its icy grip, these stories offer a refuge, a place where your heart and mind can traverse through realms far removed from the frosty reality. So, grab a blanket, make a hot cup of tea, and prepare to be lost in worlds that promise to both warm and thrill you. Remember, these eBooks are free for a limited time, so mark your calendars and don't miss out on this wonderful opportunity!


Stay warm, stay safe, and happy reading!


 
The Empty Lot Next Door by Arthur Mills

THE EMPTY LOT NEXT DOOR, SECOND EDITION


Whether or not you believe in ghosts, the true-life experience of Arthur Mills deserves consideration. Find out who Candle Face was, her taunting behavior, and how she turned a boy’s childhood into a living nightmare in The Empty Lot Next Door.




 
The Crawl Space by Arthur Mills

THE CRAWL SPACE


When the principal punishes three middle school boys for bullying a fellow student, they find themselves trapped in the haunted school over the weekend. What happens next is up to the reader in the teen/young adult interactive novel The Crawl Space.



 
Friend or Foe by Arthur Mills

FRIEND OR FOE


Conservative and liberal politics butt heads over economics, the environment, and immigration in a modern-day Animal Farm and Ant-and-the-Grasshopper style fable in Arthur Mills’ Friend or Foe.


 

Co-Author by Arthur Mills

CO-AUTHOR


Romance writer Chelsie Crammer wants what any writer wants – to pen the next great novel. But when a character she creates leaps right out of her mind and into her heart (and bed), she realizes falling in love wasn’t part of the plan.



 

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