Print Book Picnic Time

print book picnicCome on, admit it – there’s nothing quite like having a print book to read on a picnic. Yeah, we know, eReaders now have anti-glare screens, but you really shouldn’t use those to squash ants. Check out all the bargain print books right here at the Indies Unlimited Print Book Party.

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32 thoughts on “Print Book Picnic Time”

  1. Zaremba, or Love and the Rule of Law, $13.47-$14.00
    Michelle Granas
    Cordelia is disabled and painfully shy but is forced to take action when a stranger needs her help—an Amazon bestseller set in Poland.

  2. Swans Are Fat Too, $7.58-$9.21
    Michelle Granas
    A heartwarming love story between an overweight pianist and a disinherited prince in Warsaw—an Amazon bestseller.

  3. Secrets of a Mayan Moon – $11.92
    by Paty Jager
    What happens when a brilliant anthropologist is lured to the jungle to be used as a human sacrifice?

  4. Back From Chaos: Book One of Earth’s Pendulum: $11.11
    By: Yvonne Hertzberger
    Klast, assassin, spy, loner, unlikeliest of heroes, is unaware he must rescue a maid, unmask a traitor to save his world.

  5. Through Kestrel’s Eyes: Book Two of Earth’s Pendulum: $11.18
    By: Yvonne Hertzberger
    Seer Liannis faces tests, losses and the lure of forbidden romance in her quest to bring her world back into peace and balance.

  6. The Dreamt Child: Book Three of Earth’s Pendulum: $12.35
    By: Yvonne Hertzberger
    Liannis, Merrist are called to accept sweeping changes destined by the goddess. They face treachery, resistance before their child is born.

  7. With Angel’s Wings $9.95
    by Stephanie Collins
    Laura’s world spins as pediatricians throw words at her like heart failure, seizures, and g-tube feeds…when all she wants is to hold her baby tightly and be the mom she’d always dreamed of being.

  8. Shattered Reality $9.80
    by Brenda Perlin 🙂
    Brooklyn and Bo, each unhappily married to someone else, have to decide whether to stay with their spouses or give up everything for each other.

  9. The Impaler Legacy Omnibus $11.69
    Ioana Visan
    The complete The Impaler Legacy series, a political thriller with vampires, no YA, no erotica, no paranormal romance.

  10. Dawn of Steam: First Light, $13.99 (currently $12.59)
    By Jeffrey Cook, with Sarah Symonds
    Adventurers write home from a post-Napoleonic-War airship expedition in this alt-history/emergent Steampunk epistolary novel.

  11. Dawn of Steam: Gods of the Sun, $13.99 (currently $11.78)
    By Jeffrey Cook, with Sarah Symonds
    The airship Dame Fortuna finds secrets, lies, and peril on four continents in this alt-history/emergent Steampunk epistolary novel.

  12. Fatal Fire $13.49
    by Marla Bradeen
    In this humorous mystery, Amy Wagner’s suspicions surrounding her sister’s death lead to an investigation centered on a medical-research study.

  13. The Greatest Blessings
    Mark Isaacs
    The fabulous Lords Fame, Fortune and Power command a forsaken runaway named Boy to decide which one of their namesake blessings is the greatest.

  14. The Purple Girl -$9.99
    by Audrey Kane
    Warning: Violet lives within the pages of this children’s adventure book . . . and her purple spreads to everything she touches!

  15. Argentum (P.A.W.S. Book 2) $12.18
    Debbie Manber Kupfer
    The death of Alistair has brought a measure of peace and calm to those at P.A.W.S., but his silver charm remains in Miri’s possession and it seems to almost have a life of its own.

  16. P.A.W.S. $10.76
    Debbie Manber Kupfer
    Join Miri on a mysterious and supernatural journey with her new friends, members of an underground St. Louis society called the Partnership for Animagi, Werewolves, and Shapeshifters, better known as P.A.W.S.

  17. Burning Through $9.99
    by Melissa Bowersock
    A woman discovers her house is haunted by a fire-setting ghost and works to unravel the mystery before the fires consume her home, her marriage and her life.

  18. Song of Australia $7.71
    Stephen Crabbe
    While armies clash in Europe in 1914-1918, unique civilians on the other side of the world must also battle in their own ways.

  19. Terra Nullius $13.49
    T.D. McKinnon
    She would have to endure the world of the ghost skin devils and be the last to join her family and loved, the legend said.

    by Ian Mathie
    Chosen as one of the Ten Best Autobiographies of 2014 by that respected book review site, The Bookbag. A must read book about real African magic and… er….orange peel!

  21. In the Shadows of the Onion Domes, ($14.95 retail) today $13.46
    Mary Pat Hyland
    Eighteen short stories inspired by local lore, gossip and fascinating characters from an upstate NY river valley.

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