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CYBER *MONDAY* BOOK Deals — One Day ONLY! For ALL Mary. E Martin books & eBooks November 28, 2011

Posted by Jaidis in Books, Nurture Your Books.
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1. BOGO – Buy 1 Get 1 FREE deal on all Mary E. Martin eBooks!*

  • *(Get any one (1) of Mary’s eBooks FREE, w/ emailed proof of purchase)

2. Buy one (1) print book & receive the eBook version of same – FREE!**

  • **(Get same FREE eBook w/ emailed proof of purchase for the print copy of same)

3. With every print or eBook purchase of a Mary E. Martin book, you earn five (5) advance entries into the Twitter Party (Dec. 3rd) Grand Prize Giveaway!***

  • ***(Five (5) advance entries in Grand Prize Giveaway w/emailed proof of purchase)

Stay tuned for Flash Twitter Contests & last-minute Cyber Monday Deals. Don’t miss your chance to win a PDF copy of a Special Edition “Rinaldo’s Art Project” Short Story Collection by Mary E. Martin!

About the Books:

The Drawing Lesson, the first in the Trilogy of Remembrance
(Set in the world of art)
With magical light, Alexander Wainwright, Britain’s finest landscape artist, creates stunning visions of the beyond. His painting, The Hay Wagon, wins the Turner Prize. His nemesis, Rinaldo, a conceptual artist, seeks revenge. Fearing the loss of his muse, he is seized with a vision, he paints ugly, misshapen, humanoid creatures on his canvas.

Purchase print copy at: Amazon.com | Amazon.ca | B&N | ChaptersIndigo.ca

Purchase eBook copy at: Amazon.com| Smashwords

The Fate of Pryde, the second in the Trilogy of Remembrance
(Set in the world of art)
A fabulous tale of art, creativity and—betrayal. Alexander Wainwright, Britain’s finest landscape painter, enchants us with visions of the beyond—that which lies behind the everyday world.

Purchase print copy at: Amazon.com | Amazon.ca

Purchase eBook copy at: B&N | Smashwords

Conduct in Question, the first in The Osgoode Trilogy
(Legal Suspense)
His senior partner has dropped dead. Now,lawyer Harry Jenkins,is free to make his own mistakes. Swept up in a fraudulent land scheme, he is now in conflict with his best client. He finds her,an elderly woman,dead in her bed. The Florist, a sadistic killer with an artistic flair, stalks women in the city. Are all events connected? Can Harry find out before the Florist strikes again?

Purchase print copy at: Amazon.com | Amazon.ca | B&N | ChaptersIndigo.ca

Purchase eBook copy at: Smashwords

 

Final Paradox, the second in The Osgoode Trilogy
(Legal Suspense)
Love and forgiveness amid fraud and deceit? Years back, George Pappas, a charming thug, scammed a huge sum of money with promises to develop a drug to combat memory loss. No drug was ever made and the money was gone. Harry Jenkins’ elderly client, Norma, demands he find it. When she is lucid, she’s credible, but when she is mad, she just might be evil. A fraud upon a fraud is about to unravel.

Purchase print copy at: Amazon.com | Amazon.ca | B&N | ChaptersIndigo.ca

Purchase eBook copy at: B&N | Smashwords

A Trial of One, the third in The Osgoode Trilogy
(Legal Suspense)
The gathering of the ravens presages a deadly disturbance of the natural order. Years ago, in Final Paradox, the second in The Osgoode Trilogy, the wheels were set in motion by a fraud upon a fraud. At last, you will find the answers to all the questions.

Purchase print copy at: Amazon.com | Amazon.ca | B&N | ChaptersIndigo.ca

Purchase eBook copy at: B&N | Smashwords

Contact info@nurtureyourbooks.com with Proof of Purchase!

(The Fine Print: all free eBooks will come from Smashwords via special code that needs to be redeemed on the Smashwords site | We reserve the right to change the rules at any time and we may disqualify any entries that are deemed a misuse, abuse or manipulation of these promotional efforts | Unless otherwise stated, all proof of purchase notifications must be dated between 8am-5pm EST on Monday, November 28th, 2011 to qualify | Unless otherwise stated, all proof of purchase notifications must be emailed to us by no later than Friday December 3rd, 2011 at 11:59pm EST)

Happy Reading,

Jaidis

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