Cheap Date

Cheap-Date-logocolor1I like to tell my husband I’m a cheap date. He might disagree, but more often than not, I’m happy with take-out pizza and Netflix than an expensive dinner and a show, (provided I can, on occasion, have a nice dinner out and go to a show.)

In the spirit of being a self-proclaimed cheap date, I’m going to prove it. Tomorrow I’m reducing the price of my book, Flames of Rosewood, on Amazon, from $1.99, to .99 cents. I’m running an ad on EReader News Today and hoping I see some increased sales and readers for the second book in the Rosewood Series. Come on. Give it a try. Take me out. .99 cents. Seriously. You can’t lose.

So, if you just picked up Thorns of Rosewood last week during the free days and want to read what happens next, pick up Flames of Rosewood tomorrow for a most excellent price. You too can be a cheap date, stay home, eat a frozen pizza and read my book. If you’re a really cheap date, you can let your significant other have your pizza crust and let them look over your shoulder while you read my book on your Kindle. 😉

6 thoughts on “Cheap Date

  1. Lucille says:

    Hi Garlean. I just finished reading “Flames” after ” Thornes” and enjoyed both of them. Didn’t figure out the culprits. 😊. One question…the Thorns” agreed to the interviews only after Gloria promised not to publish it till they were gone. Obviously it was Did I miss something?

    • ginabarlean@gmail.com says:

      No, you didn’t. I had written an entire chapter with the Thorns deciding they wanted the fame of being the stars of the book, and they told her to write it anyway. It ended up on the cutting room floor, as they say. I may have to go in an add that back in.

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