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Sandy Nathan’s Books Are Stuck at 99c The Sale Won’t Go Away!

Talk about technical problems! My eBook sale was over on January 2, 2013. Except it’s not. When I changed the prices on my control panel, they didn’t change. I did it again. And again. And contacted Amazon. They couldn’t figure it out. So, I’m stuck practically giving away my six eBooks. Between them, they’ve won 24 national awards and garnered 55 five star and 13 four star reviews.

Go to my author page and check out my six Kindle books, each for sale for a measly 99 cents. They will be until I figure out this technical glitch. And then–––THEY’RE GOIN’ UP!

It's a monster!

Sandy’s Amazon Author Page. Click here of on image.

They range from wild sci-fi to adorable children’s nonfiction. You’ll find something you’ll like in the list below:

  • NUMENON,  a novel about the richest man in the world meeting a great Native American shaman
  • STEPPING OFF THE EDGE, a modern day spiritual companion
  • TECOLOTE, the adorable kids’ book about a baby horse.
  • EARTH’S END––the new, three book sci-fi/fantasy/visionary series that takes you to the end of the earth, and beyond.
    The Angel & the Brown-Eyed Boy––An angelic girl shows up on the sidewalks of New York City in 2197. Or is she a girl? Jeremy Edgarton, teenage genius and revolutionary decodes the transmissions. They say the world will blow up tomorrow morning.
    Lady Grace––The radiation has cleared. A few survivors make it back to Piermont Manor to start a new life. What they face is a battle more deadly than any they’ve fought. Evolution can work for evil as well as good.
    Sam & Emily––Can love live in an echoing cement bomb shelter three hundred feet below the earth’s surface? Find out in Sam and Emily as headman Sam Baahuhd falls in love with a beautiful assassin.



We Interrupt This Date by L. C. Evans | A Your Shelf Life Review

We Interrupt This Date

We Interrupt This Date

FIVE STARS! Highly recommended!

I haven’t laughed so hard over a book in I don’t know how long––though I thought the protagonist Susan should be rushed into an emergency Codependents Anonymous meeting and not let out until she learned to say, “No!” loudly. What a great storyteller L. C. Evans is! Susan is recovering from being dumped by her rat of a husband. She’s doing fine––until she gets fired, her flake of a sister comes to stay with her infant and moose of a dog, and her elderly mom moves in because of a sprained ankle. There’s more! It seems that everyone in her world is leaning on Susan. How much can she take?

The tale is way more complicated than I’ve indicated, involving ghost tours, a hunk of an old boyfriend reappearing, and a best friend to may or may not be after said boyfriend. Every character is memorable, nutty, and at the same time, feels similar to people we all know. Even the dogs are memorable.The plot moves along at a perfect pace, revealing secrets and more problems. Even ghosts (maybe). Evan’s writing style is breezy, accomplished and funny.

I hope there’s a sequel––I’ll be the first to buy it.

What do other reviewers say?

Firmly entrenched in the Chick Lit genre, the plot of this book is highly entertaining, especially for the over thirty crowd. The storyline was humorous without stretching the envelope in a blatant attempt to be funny. –Red Adept, “Red Adept Reviews – A Blog”

“We Interrupt This Date” is as good or better than many NYT bestsellers that I’ve read. –J. Chambers, author of Recollections: A Baby Boomer’s Memories of the Fabulous Fifties

L.C. Evans is the author of the Leigh McRae horse mystery series, Jobless Recovery, and Night Camp, in addition to We Interrupt This Date.

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