Fill Up Your Kindle or Nook


Beginning today and for three days only, six Austen Authors will place 28 of their eBook titles up for sale on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. The sale runs from January 2-4, 2013. Nothing higher than $2.99. Here is the list of titles with their prices.
Regina Jeffers
The First Wives’ Club
Second Chances: The Courtship Wars
A Touch of Velvet
A Touch of Cashémere
A Touch of Grace
Honor and Hope: A Contemporary Romantica Based on Pride and Prejudice
Mary Simonsen
For All the Wrong Reasons
Mr. Darcy’s Angel of Mercy
A Walk in the Meadows at Rosings Park
Captain Wentworth Home from the Sea
Three’s A Crowd, A Patrick Shea Mystery (Kindle Only)*
Mr. Darcy Goes to War (Kindle Only)*
Darcy on the Hudson
Mr. Darcy Bites Back
Becoming Elizabeth Darcy (Kindle Only)*
Abigail Reynolds
Morning Light
A Pemberley Medley
Mr. Darcy’s Refuge
Mr. Darcy’s Letter
By Force of Instinct
Marilyn Brant
Double Dipping
On Any Given Sundae
Holiday Man
Shannon Winslow
Mr. Collins’s Last Supper
The Darcy’s of Pemberley
For Myself Alone
Maria Grace
Darcy’s Decision
The Future Mrs. Darcy
Great way to start the new year!*A promotion on Amazon for these titles exist. When that happens, Amazon has exclusive digital rights for 90 days. Once that time period has expired, the titles will become available on Nook.

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Regina Jeffers is the award-winning author of Austenesque, Regency and historical romantic suspense.
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4 Responses to Fill Up Your Kindle or Nook

  1. suzan says:

    thanks so much for letting us know. Now I just have to figure out what I have on book vs ebook. I had a list it seems to have disappeared. 😦 I should just do them all kindle but I can’t seem to give up holding onto real pages. smiles.

  2. I understand. I need Abigail’s “By Force of Instinct” on eBook. I have a print copy (one of the originals when she self published them – before Sourcebooks). I bought 8 titles today for $16. One can’t beat that price.

  3. suzan says:

    I have Abigail’s self published books as well. I’m keeping those paper books. smiles. Tho’ I’m not averse to having it in both formats usually.

  4. Neither am I, Suzan. I was surprised a few weeks ago. I had downloaded Mr. Darcy’s Letter, but had never read it. I don’t know how that happened, but it was a pleasant surprise. I read so many titles that are disappointing. Abigail is consistent in her style and approach. That is comforting as a reader.
    BTW, I finished the final edits for “The Mysterious Death of Mr. Darcy” last evening. Hopefully, you have room for another Darcy mystery from me. Even my editor said it was compelling, and she never comments on the books.

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