Juneteenth Sale! Coming At You Live!

Nothing Junteenth Sale_graphic_final2If you haven’t guessed it, yes, it’s time to break open your Kindles or Nooks and get to buying. From June 13th to June 19th you can pick up these titles on discount from new to you or your favorite IR/MC authors:

$1.79 to $0.99

Bad Boy Next Door by Melissa Blue

Amazon

Barnes and Noble

$2.99 to $0.99

Fifty Shades of Jungle Fever by LV Lewis

Amazon

Barnes and Noble

$3.99 to $1.99

A Kiss of a Different Color by Bettye Griffin

Amazon

Barnes and Noble

$2.99 to $1.49

Framing Felipe Holley Trent

Amazon

Barnes and Noble

$2.99 to $0.99

Donor by Ambrielle Kirk

Amazon

Barnes and Noble

$3.99 to $0.99

Jaded Hearts by Olivia Linden

Amazon

Barnes and Noble

$3.90 to $2.50

Abandoned But Not Alone by Theresa Henry

Amazon

$3.99 to $2.99

Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing by Chicki Brown

Amazon

Barnes and Noble

$2.99 to 1.99
D.N.A. -Nothing Would Ever be the Same Again

Amazon
Barnes and Noble

Don’t forget to let your friends and family know about this sale. Have a great Juneteenth celebration.

IR/MC Juneteenth Sale!

Junteenth Sale_graphic_final2It’s June and you know what that means? It’s hotter than hades outside. It  also means Juneteenth is right around a corner. And THAT means it’s almost time for the Juneteenth sale I’m participating in.

Why Juneteenth?

The simple fact is there was a time in America’s history where folks would get fined, punished or thrown in jail for teaching people of color to read. More specifically, teaching slaves to read. The general fear was if you taught slaves how to write they might, you know, think about their lot in life. They may not be happy about it. They just might educate themselves. And then the nightmare would begin: they might educate others.

What I do every day as a passion-for a living-was illegal in the United States. Took some time for the word to get out that slavery had been abolished and that was just one step closer to where I’m sitting now. I don’t know about you, but I think that’s cause for a celebration. It’s worthy of taking a moment.

Why a group sale?

Who doesn’t love a sale?

When?

June 13th-19th

Who?

The following authors are dropping their prices for this one time event.

$1.79 to $0.99

Bad Boy Next Door by Melissa Blue

Website

$2.99 to $0.99

Fifty Shades of Jungle Fever by LV Lewis

Website

$3.99 to $1.99

A Kiss of a Different Color by Bettye Griffin

Website

$2.99 to $1.49

Framing Felipe Holley Trent

Website

$2.99 to $0.99

Donor by Ambrielle Kirk

Website

$3.99 to $0.99

Jaded Hearts by Olivia Linden

Website

$3.90 to $2.50

Abandoned But Not Alone by Theresa Henry

Facebook Page

$3.99 to $2.99

Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing by Chicki Brown

Website

If you want to find out more about these authors and their books you can check out their website. Stay tuned for the official sale.

Another Deal, Another Day ~ IR/MC Juneteenth Sale!

Junteenth Sale_graphic_final2So, you guys showed up like crazycakes in March for the IR/MC March Madness sale. You, the reader, made it a great success.

Guess what? (If the post’s title wasn’t a spoiler…) I’m participating in another group sale with IR/MC authors.

What is it?

It’s a celebration of Juneteenth.

Why Juneteenth?

The simple fact is there was a time in America’s history where folks would get fined, punished or thrown in jail for teaching people of color to read. More specifically, teaching slaves to read. The general fear was if you taught slaves how to write they might, you know, think about their lot in life. They may not be happy about it. They just might educate themselves. And then the nightmare would begin: they might educate others.

What I do every day as a passion, for a living, was illegal in the United States. Took some time for the word to get out that slavery had been abolished and that was just one step closer to where I’m sitting now. I don’t know about you, but I think that’s cause for a celebration. It’s worthy of taking a moment.

Why a group sale?

Who doesn’t love a sale? Me, along with other IR/MC fabulous authors (Melissa Blue, Bettye Griffin, Holley Trent and Ambrielle Kirk…just to name a few) will discount some of our titles. Like, DISCOUNT. Tell your friends and have their friends tell their friends to get ready for this sale.

When?

June 13th-19th

June 5th I’ll have the full list and details of where you can find these discounts and the authors participating. I’ll post links and use excessive amounts of exclamation points. Stay tuned.

Another Deal, Another Day ~ IR/MC Juneteenth Sale!

Junteenth Sale_graphic_final2So, you guys showed up like crazycakes in March for the IR/MC March Madness sale. You, the reader, made it a great success.

Guess what? (If the post’s title wasn’t a spoiler…) I’m participating in another group sale with IR/MC authors.

What is it?

It’s a celebration of Juneteenth.

Why Juneteenth?

The simple fact is there was a time in America’s history where folks would get fined, punished or thrown in jail for teaching people of color to read. More specifically, teaching slaves to read. The general fear was if you taught slaves how to write they might, you know, think about their lot in life. They may not be happy about it. They just might educate themselves. And then the nightmare would begin: they might educate others.

What I do every day as a passion, for a living, was illegal in the United States. Took some time for the word to get out that slavery had been abolished and that was just one step closer to where I’m sitting now. I don’t know about you, but I think that’s cause for a celebration. It’s worthy of taking a moment.

Why a group sale?

Who doesn’t love a sale? Me, along with other IR/MC fabulous authors (Melissa Blue, Bettye Griffin, Holley Trent and Ambrielle Kirk…just to name a few) will discount some of our titles. Like, DISCOUNT. Tell your friends and have their friends tell their friends to get ready for this sale.

When?

June 13th-19th

June 5th I’ll have the full list and details of where you can find these discounts and the authors participating. I’ll post links and use excessive amounts of exclamation points. Stay tuned.