Monday, June 17, 2013

Summer Reads for Tweens

Looking for some great reads for your teens/tweens this summer, or for yourself?

Here's a wonderful sale, filled with awesome books -
all priced at only .99 from June 17-21



Fill up your e-reader and have a summer's worth of reading
ready to go!

Two of my books are included:

The Girl Who Remembered Horses and Six Degrees of Lost, as well bunches of others that look like awesome reads.

Spread the word. This is a great sale! Here's the full list:

The Girl Who Remembered Horses, by Linda Benson
 
Six Degrees of Lost, by Linda Benson

The Quill Pen, by Michelle Isenhoff
Taylor Davis and the Flame of Findul, by Michelle Isenhoff
Song of the Mountain, by Michelle Isenhoff

The Color of Freedom, by Michelle Isenhoff
Michaela’s Gift, by Cordelia Dinsmore
Gangsterland, by Ansha Kotyk

The Mother-Earth Series Omnibus, by Alan Tucker (3 books in one!)
The Circle of Law, by Lia London
Magian High, by Lia London
Trapped: A Tale of Friendship Bog, by Gloria Repp
A Difference of Purpose: A Novel of the American Civil War, by Terry Soileau

The Secret Sisters Club: A Ginnie West Adventure, by Monique Bucheger
Trouble Blows Wet: A Ginny West Adventure, by Monique Bucheger
The Dream Keeper (The Dream Keeper Chronicles), by Mikey Brooks

The Super Spies and the Cat Lady Killer, by Lisa Orchard
The Super Spies and the High School Bomber, by Lisa Orchard
Through the Mirror and Into Snow (Before Happily Ever After), by Ann T. Bugg
The Hidden Sun (Bariwon Chronicles), by J. Lloyd Morgan
The Sapphire Flute (The Wolfchild Saga), by Karen E. Hoover
The Armor of Light (The Wolfchild Saga), by Karen E. Hoover

Two Souls Are Better Than One (The Misadventures of a Teenage Wizard), by Karen E. Hoover
And the Mountain Burns, by Karen E. Hoover
Andy Smithson: Blast of the Dragon’s Fury, by L. R. W. Lee
Of Mice and Magic (Ravenspell Series), by David Farland

Slippers of Pearl (The Cobbler Mage Series), by Danyelle Leafty
Of Wind and Winter (Tales of the Snow Queen), by Danyelle Leafty
A Pony For The Fair (The Gypsy Pony)by Inge Moore
Night Children: Dark Threats, by Scott Brian

All only 99 cents each!  
 
Help us spread the word by sharing news of this fantabulous sale. Meet some new authors!
And have yourself a great summer filled with reading and relaxing and fun!
 

8 comments:

Michelle Isenhoff said...

Sweet sale! :) I'm taking advantage of these great prices.

Alan Tucker said...

What a list! I'm honored to be included with so many great books!

Linda Benson said...

Thanks, Michelle and Alan. So many great reads on this list - it's exciting!

Mikey Brooks said...

This is truly a AWESOME deal!! I am sharing up a storm!!

Cordelia Dinsmore said...

thanks for sharing,Linda. I've been wanting to read The Girl Who Remembered Horses for some time now. Here's no more procrastination!

Linda Benson said...

Thanks, Mikey and Cordelia! I've read Michaela's Gift and loved it. I'm anxious to dig into some of the others, too! Can't wait!

Ansha Kotyk said...

The beginning of summer reading for us starts on Friday and I can't wait to check out some great books!

Karen Counts said...

I was so happy to come across this blog. Thank you sharing these lists with your readers. I have been struggling to find book recommendations for my middle-schoolers this summer! There are a million sites out there with great teen reads but very few for tweens (thank you again!). I thought I would recommend a book that has been a huge hit in my house and is great for this age group! “The Beat on Ruby’s Street" by author Jenna Zark (http://www.jennazark.com/). The book is narrated by a precocious eleven-year-old girl Ruby. This coming-of-age tale, set in a world of rebels, rule-breakers and dream makers, is engaging and full of heart! The book takes place in 1958, in Greenwich Village (NYC). Ruby is being raised in the “Beat Generation” or more commonly known as “beatniks.” She is soon forced into a children’s home after a social worker deems her living situation unsuitable. As an aspiring poet Ruby uses her poetry throughout the book to help her deal with her situation and give her hope. Ruby is a strong and very funny lead character that my daughter really liked! It’s a book that introduces you to a new culture and a character that you root for every step of the way.