Monday, October 3, 2011

National Reading Group Month - October eBook promotion!


Harper, in celebration of National Reading Group Month, has set up a great eBook promotion that I had to share with all of you. For the entire month of October, as part of what we’re calling The Book Club Girl e-Book Bonanza, we’re offering 12 of our best book club e-books for just $2.99 each! The discounted e-books are available at all retailers: Amazon, B&N, the ibookstore, the Google bookstore, and from all indies that sell e-books through Google.



The Light of Day by Jamie Saul
The Summer We Fell Apart by Robin Antalek
The Blessings of the Animals by Katrina Kittle
The Weight of Heaven by Thrity Umrigar
Commuters by Emily Gay Tedrowe
Husband and Wife by Leah Stewart
Very Valentine by Adriana Trigiani
The Lace Reader by Brunonia Barry
The Safety of Secrets by DeLaune Michel
The Life You’ve Imagined by Kristina Riggle
In a Perfect World by Laura Kasischke
The Recipe Club by Andrea Israel and Nancy Garfinkel


 There is even a landing page for the promotion on Facebook

Go to Book Club Girl for direct links to all the books. 

And what’s exciting about these 12 books is not only are they great book club books, they’re all books discussed on Book Club Girl on Air – where you can listen to the great book club conversation that Book Club girl (and company) had with that author!
Learn about more about National Book Group Month events at: Women's National Book Association


**Thank you to Harper and to Book Club Girl for allowing me to share this special promotion with my readers!

1 comment:

Zibilee said...

Oh Alison! So thrilled about this! I am going to have to go load up on some of these titles. I have read quite a few of these already and loved them, so this is a really great deal. Thanks for sharing this with us today!

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