Friday, January 27, 2017

#FreebieFriday & #Fridayreads



First and foremost, thank you to the 300+ people who downloaded a free copy of Shadows in the Water from Instafreebie. I appreciate your continued interest and support of my work! 

If you are one of those who downloaded the book from instafreebie, now is the time to post your review. The Amazon store will allow you to do this under the paperback version of the book. Even if you preordered an ebook copy for $0.99, it will say verified purchase. AWESOME.

So please, take a minute to post a review of Shadows in the Water here.

I would like as many reviews posted as possible before release day (February 7) in order to help inform potential readers.

You are ABSOLUTELY encouraged to leave your honest opinion of the book. Just because you got an advanced copy DOES NOT mean that I expect praise. Even negative reviews are important.

The review doesn't have to be super long. A few words or one sentence will do. But of course, reviews of ANY length are welcome.

Additional Support Welcome

If you're looking to go the extra mile, you can preorder the kindle version of Shadows while it is still $0.99. This will create the *verified purchase* to tag appear above your review, giving your opinion a little more weight. This is NOT expected, but very appreciated.  Bonus for you, when the preorders are released, you'll have a version of the book WITHOUT all the typos you undoubtedly had to read through for the ARC! :)

I'll also be able to sign your kindle ebook and thank you personally for your review through authorgraph, if you're into that kind of thing.


So please... pretty, pretty please with sugar and sprinkles and chocolate and whip cream and a cherry on top, leave a review now.

With undying gratitude,


Kory


Other Great Reads


**Clean YA read***
What happens when you find out all the horror you've seen in the world is more than just bad luck? When you find out there is a boogyman?

For as long as Gabe can remember, his life had been plagued by haunting images and tragic events. It seemed like everyone he knew or loved was doomed for a life of misery or death. He was starting to come to the same conclusion everyone else had--he must be cursed. Until one day, in a subway tunnel, everything suddenly changed. A horrific disaster led him to a strange new person named Uri.

Uri introduced Gabe to an exciting new world filled with angels, demons, magic, and best of all, a beautiful girl named Sophie. This chance at a new life had everything Gabe always longed for: a family, friends, and possibly even love. He soon discovered, though, that this life came at a steep price. One he feared might cost him his life.

A prophecy places Gabe in the middle of a choice he could have never imagined he would have to make. He finds out the creatures that have haunted his nightmares are actually real and only the Guardians stand between them and the rest of the world.



For Jessie Kasper, inner turmoil hides behind the face of an overachiever…

From the outside looking in, Jessie is a normal nineteen-year-old high school senior. Athletic, likeable, and seemingly well rounded, he’s every parent’s dream. However, he’s suffering from an unfathomable pain…the pain of loss.

Sickness tears him apart from the inside out—but the illness is not his own…

After cancer stole two of the most influential people in his life, Jessie is left to cope with his emotions. He struggles to make sense of his life's cruelty, and is obsessed with the idea that he too will someday become ill and fall victim to the merciless disease.

The first step to getting help is admitting there’s a problem…

As his emotional state begins to spiral, Jessie finally seeks psychiatric help. That's where he meets Kacey Monroe. She’s the most beautiful woman Jessie has ever laid eyes on, and she also knows the pain of loss. While they bond over their life experiences and mutual attraction, Jessie finds comfort in the normalcy of having a high school girlfriend.

Jessie's support system is not only shaken—it's completely destroyed as a revolting secret is exposed.

A split second decision completely alters the course of Jessie's life in a way he can't possibly comprehend as he and Kacey are left to face the aftermath…





Sarajane Anderson is your regular twenty-one year old with family, friends and a normal job. She also happens to be the only person who can save Saskia, a parallel world to earth.

When Sarajane is taken to Saskia, she could never have imagined the reality of the world that she is stepping into- a world where magical abilities are in everyone's possession. She must face a father she never knew, a world that is beyond her belief, a guardian who captures her heart; and a darkness that wants to take it. On her journey, Sarajane discovers her magical abilities, and realizes too that they come with a price. She is truly tested as her own loved ones are put at risk- the ultimate question she is forced to ask herself is, how do you choose who lives and who dies?



Balthazar Andal lost his dragon scale centuries ago in a fight against his brother, shifting him permanently into a human. He has spent decades searching for it to no avail. As a wealthy business investor, he uses his financial influence to bring in archeological groups to assist in his search. Without the scale, he barely controls his dragon spirit Bal, who threatens to overpower him. If Balthazar is not careful in maintaining his restraint, they’ll die.


Archeologist Eva Haraldsdóttir discovers an Icelandic artifact that Balthazar Andal is very interested in, and during a charity event, she explains its importance. Eva is intrigued by Mr. Andal’s knowledge of history, and even more so with the handsome businessman.


An unexpected assault on her life propels Eva into Balthazar’s world of ancient folklore and disturbing legends. The strange noises coming from his basement reveals a truth that Eva never expects, and she must decide—either run away and allow Balthazar to fade into myth, or overcome her instinctive fears to help him reclaim his true identity.


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