Archive | February, 2018

Free on 26th and 27th February, 2018: ‘Sisters and Rivals’

26 Feb

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Like nostalgia? Here’s a sweet romance set in the Australia of the 1950’s: ‘Sisters and Rivals’.

Interested? Then why not download a copy while it’s free on Amazon Kindle!

FREE NOW! (10)

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Free on 12th and 13th February, 2018: ‘Longbourn Revisited’ and ‘Whatever it Takes’

11 Feb

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This coming Monday and Tuesday, two of my eBooks that have been awarded 5 star seals by the respected site, Readers’ Favorite, will be free to download on Amazon Kindle.

First up, the controversial Jane Austen Fan Fiction novelette, ‘Longbourn Revisited’, which, despite reaching #1 (paid) on the Amazon Best Seller list in its genre, has managed to be loved by some readers, despised by others, and accepted with restrained enthusiasm by still more. Why not download it yourself and see what you make of it? However short in length, reviews are always welcome.

Secondly, a sweet romance set in the 1950’s, ‘Whatever it Takes’. This is a book for those with an hour or two to spare, who like to get to the end of the story without interruption. This title is set in two capital cities: London and Sydney.

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Free on Friday! Two Australian romantic eBooks!

7 Feb

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FREE! (5)Do you enjoy sweet romance?

For one day only, Friday 9th February, 2018, these two titles – each of which has gained the Readers’ Favorite 5 star seal – will be free to download on Amazon Kindle.

Here’s the link to my author page, where you can find these titles.

https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Lynette-Sharp/e/B00834SYCQ/ref=dp_byline_cont_ebooks_1

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The Highest Tide We’ve Ever Seen!

7 Feb

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A few weeks ago, Chicki and I were lucky enough to be down at our local baths when a record occurred. The highest tide for decades, if ever, came in, covering the promenade to a depth of, perhaps, 30 centimetres or more. It was amazing!

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