Book Review: Engella By Paul Ian Cross


 photo Engella By Paul Ian Cross.jpg
Title: Engella
Written By: Paul Ian Cross
Illustrated By: Alison Rasmussen
Series: The Engella Chronicles
Categories: children’s fiction, kid’s book, adventure, future, past, time travel, science fiction.
Read: 14th April, 2017
Rating: 3 / 5
Obtained: Amazon.com.au, Smashwords

Crossposted Review to: Goodreads, Amazon.com.au, Smashwords, Booklikes.

We first meet Engella in New Shanghai. The year is 2074 and she’s living on the streets. She’s on the run from the authorities and, when she’s about to get caught, she activates a device which launches her through time. She finds herself in Scotland, the year being 1998. Annys is an elderly lady, walking her dog, Rupert. She takes Engella into her home.

Both Engella and Annys are reasonably interesting characters. There’s obviously a lot of back story to either of them. However, seeing as it’s a short story, it feels like a lot of details are missing or simply crammed in, without fully explaining points to the reader. For example, when Engella and Annys meet. Annys simply accepts Engella into her home and they have an in-depth conversation. This would be a fantastic opportunity to introduce us further to either character. However, the author skims over the events and it feels like it was kind of a wasted opportunity. The same can be said of the rest of the story. The setting and scenes, for example; I don’t think we get a reasonable explanation as to why either Engella is being chased by the authorities. It’s also a bit mystifying as to why she has some sort of time device; I think they ought to go to highly trained people and not teenagers. Especially considering the effects of time and how it might change future periods if someone were to change the past. However, I suppose a lot of that might be a bit too complex for a kid’s book.

Another thing I’ve been considering is that there’s nothing really special (for lack of a better word) about either time area. We visit both New Shanghai or Scotland in the book, but I don’t feel like there’s much to take in at either location. We don’t get to take in much scenery and the author doesn’t give much explanation about the qualities of either place. I feel like this is difficult to explain. Think about if you were to travel to appear in a random city, in any time period, and find yourself in an alleyway. What year is it and what city are you in? Can you tell this from your surroundings? It wouldn’t always be likely. The same if you were to appear on some random beach; you mightn’t be able to tell the year you are in. I feel like this is where the time travel aspects fall short. In both these cases, we know we’re in a certain place and in a certain year. However, if we weren’t told such things, it mightn’t be obvious. If the author skipped telling us the date and place, it could even be the same year, in the same city (possibly connected to a beach), where Engella comes across a Scottish person.

The illustrations are by Alison Rasmussen and very well done. They’re very detailed and obviously took a lot of effort on her part. The first is the cover image and I like the delicate colours. I also like the simplicity. The second is of a cat; it’s my favourite of the drawings as it’s very adorable. A third is of Engella and a fourth image is of Rupert, the dog.

It’s a fairly original book, but I think we miss out on a lot of the important back-story and details. It has a great premise. I think it would get a lot of kids interested in time travel and science fiction. It’s a short story of only ~3,700 words. However, it ends sort of abruptly and will be continued in the autumn of 2017. I don’t think I would necessarily buy the next story in the series; it’s just a bit too short and doesn’t have a proper conclusion. Plus, I would likely then need to pay for the story after if it also has a cliff-hanger ending. I might consider purchasing it if it were novel length.

I obtained free copies of this book from Smashwords and Amazon.com.au. This is an honest review.

You can get your own copy of the book from these sites (as of right now, 14/04/2017): Amazon.com, Amazon.com.au, Smashwords, PaulIanCross.co.uk (the author’s website).

However, please be aware that this is likely for a limited time. Please double check the price before purchasing!

Source:
www.goodreads.com/review/show/1971314301?

Original post:
Cattereia.booklikes.com/post/1552623/book-review-engella-by-paul-ian-cross

Book Review: Grimwood Crossing (Issue #1 of 6) by Conner Bartel & Atagun Ilhan

 photo Grimwood Crossing Issue 1 of 6 by Conner Bartel Illustrations - Atagun Ilhan.jpg Title: Grimwood Crossing (Issue #1 of 6)
By: Conner Bartel
Illustrations: Atagun Ilhan
Categories / Themes: old western, supernatural, law enforcement, comic.
Read: 18th October, 2016
Rating: 3 / 5
Obtained: Newsletter sign up to the official website.
Crossposted Review to: Goodreads
Official Website: http://www.grimwoodcrossing.com/

Grimwood Crossing is a supernatural tale of the Wild West. We begin with a zombie horde about to attack. The main characters are a Sheriff (Bill) and his apprentice (Bobby), both monster hunters. Their job is to keep the town safe from the supernatural creatures that threaten it.

As for originality, I’m not too impressed; it’s essentially sticking zombies and vampires in a book with an old western theme. The characters are also lacking creativity; Bill and Bobby are a typical master and apprentice duo, with a bit of generic “I know better than you do” / “I don’t like you” banter between them. Their scenes together don’t have natural dialogue and it really feels like they’re being forced together rather than an appropriate partnership.

I think the thing that really makes the story worthwhile is the incredible illustrations. The work, by Atagun Ilhan, is fantastic! The shading and scenery really give the reader a realistic view of what’s going on in the story. Plus, all the characters have some great facial expressions and actions that make them each quite distinct. Even the supernatural aspects like the zombies and vampires have really spooky quirks. The action scenes are really well done because there’s not too much in terms of background elements to distract, which gives it a scarier effect as you focus on the fighting.

I think that one of the main problems I have is that it’s a little too short to get into the story. I might consider reading the series further. Overall, it’s not the most creative thing I’ve read, but the illustrations really make up for it!

I was lucky enough to receive a free eCopy of this book in return for signing up for the official website’s newsletter. This is an honest review of the work.

If you hurry, you also might be able to gain yourself a free digital copy and a preview at the second issue: http://www.grimwoodcrossing.com/

Free Audiobook at Audible: Only Time Will Tell by Jeffrey Archer (Offer Expires 2nd November, 2016)

You might remember that recently I posted my review of Only Time Will Tell (The Clifton Chronicles #1) by Jeffrey Archer. Well, I have just received an email from Audible.com.au about the audiobook version. According to the email, the Unabridged Audiobook version of Only Time Will Tell is free for the rest of this month. The expiry date on this offer is Wednesday, 2 November, 11.59pm. I have checked the US store and it is currently free there also.

 photo Only Time Will Tell by Jeffrey Archer Audiobook.jpg Title: Only Time Will Tell
By: Jeffrey Archer
Narrated by: Roger Allam, Emilia Fox
Series: Clifton Chronicles #1
Release Date: 12th May, 2011
Length: 12 hrs and 39 mins
Expires: Wednesday, 2 November, 11.59pm.
Links:
Audible.com
http://www.audible.com/pd/Fiction/FREE-Only-Time-Will-Tell-Clifton-Chronicles-Book-1-Audiobook/B00506RA20/
Audible.com.au
http://www.audible.com.au/pd/Fiction/FREE-Only-Time-Will-Tell-Clifton-Chronicles-Book-1-Audiobook/B00FEZ6OUG?

Before purchasing, please remember to double check that the price is correct.

This blog entry is not sponsored by anyone, it is simply that I have found a free book and think that it might be of some use to you. I am not getting paid to host these links and I am not responsible for the books or sale of them. Should you like the books, I’m sure the author would appreciate it if you posted some sort of review for them.

Smashwords 100% Coupon Codes: 13/10/2016

 photo Otters In Space By Mary E. Lowd.jpg Title: Otters In Space
By: Mary E. Lowd
Series: Otters In Space
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/18844
Published: July 12, 2010
Words: 60,130
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 13/10/2016 AEST)
Coupon: GH46H
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By: Robert Zimmermann
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/253778
Published: Nov. 10, 2012
Words: 4,630
Expires: 03 November, 2016
Coupon: FQ29M
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By: Bxerk
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/549396
Published: June 09, 2015
Words: 54,620
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 13/10/2016 AEST)
Coupon: GG57U
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By: Roxanne Bland
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/589767
Published: Nov. 01, 2015
Words: 167,660
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 13/10/2016 AEST)
Coupon: FT64Y
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By: Steve Caresser
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/477149
Published: Sep. 16, 2014
Words: 12,580
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 13/10/2016 AEST)
Coupon: QF26H
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By: Reggie Lutz
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/527815
Published: Aug. 30, 2015
Words: 50,040
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 13/10/2016 AEST)
Coupon: YN69Q
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By: Reggie Lutz
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/431255
Published: May 20, 2014
Words: 88,970
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 13/10/2016 AEST)
Coupon: CK74M
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By: Amanda L. Webster
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/625851
Published: March 28, 2016
Words: 7,110
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 13/10/2016 AEST)
Coupon: NE74S
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By: Amanda L. Webster
Series: Valley of the Bees #1
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/648255
Published: Sep. 01, 2016
Words: 50,230
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 13/10/2016 AEST)
Coupon: SV35S
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By: C.M. Skiera
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/212895
Published: Aug. 07, 2012
Words: 80,350
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 13/10/2016 AEST)
Coupon: HB78A
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By: Karlie Lucas
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/530743
Published: April 06, 2015
Words: 59,790
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 13/10/2016 AEST)
Coupon: NX85F
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By: A.M. Bristow
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/670266
Published: Oct. 04, 2016
Words: 53,290
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 13/10/2016 AEST)
Coupon: BM85K
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By: Victoria Pope
Series: Unhinged
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/594121
Published: 15 December, 2016
Words: 358,460
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 13/10/2016 AEST)
Coupon: FJ89U
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By: Kate Rauner
Series: On Mars
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/669055
Published: Sep. 29, 2016
Words: 93,190
Expires: 31 December, 2016
Coupon: NB87T
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By: Nathanielle Sean Crawford
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/569324
Published: Aug. 15, 2015
Words: 20,790
Expires: 31 December, 2016
Coupon: KR68N
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By: L.V. Gaudet
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/587705
Published: Nov. 15, 2015
Words: 103,080
Expires: 31 December, 2016
Coupon: NG57U
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By: Sylvia Hubbard
Series:
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/91070
Published: Sep. 22, 2011
Words: 114,700
Expires: 1 December, 2016
Coupon: WJ95M

I’ve already posted these ones before, but I’ve checked the links and they are all still current.

 photo Ten Zany Birds by Sherry Ellis.jpg Title: Ten Zany Birds
By: Sherry Ellis
Illustrated: Charu Jain
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/547690
Published: June 02, 2015
Words: 240
Expires: 26th Oct, 2016
Coupon: WJ95M
 photo Lily of the Springs by  Carole Bellacera.jpg Title: Lily of the Springs
By: Carole Bellacera
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/138998
Words: 120,690
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 23/09/2016 AEST)
Coupon: FV49N
 photo Lily  of the Springs by Carole Bellacera.jpg Title: The Bigfoot Paradox
By: Rebecca Coyte
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/624597
Words: 23,920
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 23/09/2016 AEST)
Coupon: ZT23Q
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By: John Parnell
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/640590
Words: 99,010
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 13/10/2016 AEST)
Coupon: DU93J
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By: Meredith Miller
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/606700
Words: 73,820
Expires: 25/12/2016
Coupon: LF48T

Before purchasing, please remember to “Apply” the coupon and that it has worked. If you find any of these offers to be expired, please make a comment to let me know and I’ll update the post.

This blog entry is not sponsored by anyone, it is simply a compilation of Smashwords.com coupon codes that I have found and might be of some use to you. I am not getting paid to host these links and I am not responsible for the books or sale of them. Should you like the books, I’m sure the author(s) would appreciate it if you posted some sort of review for them.

Book Review: Ten Zany Birds By Sherry Ellis (free Smashwords coupon code until 26th Oct, 2016)

 photo Ten Zany Birds by Sherry Ellis.jpg Title: Ten Zany Birds
By: Sherry Ellis
Illustrated: Charu Jain
Categories / Themes: picture book, birds, counting, personality.
Read: 11th January, 2016 – 12th September, 2016
Rating: 5 / 5
Obtained: Smashwords (via a free Coupon Code)
Crossposted Review to: Goodreads, Smashwords

Ten Zany Birds is a short, beautiful book by Sherry Ellis with amazing illustrations by Charu Jain! It tells the story of birds in a tree through rhyme. As we follow the events, we encounter visitors to their home and what happens, counting down as each bird leaves for various reasons. The pictures are just gorgeous and are brilliant displays of colour, sure to please any reader. The rhymes introduce the children to varying colours, counting and patterns.

I think the thing children will appreciate most is that each bird has a different personality. Throughout the book, each bird associates with varying objects and other creatures. For younger readers, it’s an excellent introduction to many different types of actions. For an older reader, I think it’s very interactive and any child will like the illustrations. Overall, it’s a very enjoyable book.

Title: Ten Zany Birds
By: Sherry Ellis
Illustrated: Charu Jain
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/547690
Words: 240
Expires: 26th Oct, 2016
Coupon: WJ95M

I was lucky enough to receive a free eCopy of this book when there was a free coupon code for it at Smashwords. These are just my honest thoughts on it.

As for the coupon code, I am not officially affiliated with the author. I am simply reposting a coupon that was offered freely on their own blog, hoping to spread a little bit of joy to others. πŸ™‚ Please, if you do use the code, make sure that it functions correctly when using.

Smashwords 100% Coupon Codes: 23/09/2016

 photo Lily of the Springs by  Carole Bellacera.jpg Title: Lily of the Springs
By: Carole Bellacera
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/138998
Words: 120,690
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 23/09/2016 AEST)
Coupon: FV49N
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By: J. S. McInroy
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/506895
Words: 251,180
Expires: 13th October, 2016
Coupon: KU53W
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By: Rebecca Coyte
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/624597
Words: 23,920
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 23/09/2016 AEST)
Coupon: ZT23Q
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By: James Patrick McDonald
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/314908
Words: 10,640
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 23/09/2016 AEST)
Coupon: ST35S (Expired)

Before purchasing, please remember to “Apply” the coupon and that it has worked. If you find any of these offers to be expired, please make a comment to let me know and I’ll update the post.

This blog entry is not sponsored by anyone, it is simply a compilation of Smashwords.com coupon codes that I have found and might be of some use to you. I am not getting paid to host these links and I am not responsible for the books or sale of them. Should you like the books, I’m sure the author(s) would appreciate it if you posted some sort of review for them.

Book Review: The Poison Tree by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay

 photo The Poison Tree by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay.jpg Title: The Poison Tree
By: Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay
Categories / Themes: love, death, revenge, social standing, spiritual.
Read: 05th October, 2012 – 12th October, 2012
Rating: 4 / 5
Obtained: Project Gutenberg
Crossposted Review to: Goodreads

The Poison Tree is a story which is many themes are combined into an incredible tale. The book begins during the travels of Nagendra Natha Datta. He is a wealthy man and he is trapped in a storm. He seeks shelter and finds himself in the house of Kunda Nandini, now an orphan due to her father’s passing during this very storm. Throughout the book, we witness the many aspects of love and devotions that the characters might have to one another. We get to go through the highs and lows of the relationships of these people, their social standings and even their business problems. It’s a lovely tale of various souls. Through the many characters, we are introduced to many points of view and each reader will likely find a person they will find relatable.

My original review to Goodreads is quite lacking in details, but I think the important point to note from it is that not everyone will like this book. It’s a tangled web of plot and character development rather than action-packed. Due to the author’s use of language, and perhaps also due to the translation, the text does seem to drone on and it’s not as succinct as one might be used to. However, I do appreciate the varying translation points which explain certain aspects. In portions, it’s a bit difficult to understand due to the amount of information, plus it’s just a complex story in general.

Thinking back on the book, I appreciate how complex it was and that the plot was quite intricate. It’s quite unlike other books that I’ve read. I like many of the spiritual aspects and think they provide an interesting view to a different culture.

I obtained a free copy of this book from Project Gutenberg, a website dedicated to providing people with books that have gone out of copyright. They provide the books for free in several different formats, with the idea of sustaining the world’s literary history.

Television Review: Father Brown (2013 -)

Title: Father Brown
Production Year(s): 2013 – 2017 (ongoing).
Episodes: 45 (so far)
Categories / Themes: It’s primarily a crime and mystery series, but it also has notations of religion (obviously, being about a catholic priest).
Cast: Mark Williams as Father Brown, Sorcha Cusack as Mrs Bridgette McCarthy, Nancy Carroll as Lady Felicia Montague, Alex Price as Sid Carter…

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Father Brown is a Catholic priest, working in the small, English village of Kembleford. It’s set in the 1950s and the show takes on some interesting, important issues for that period in time; such as the recent war, homosexuality, the death penalty, divorce and radiation. In the village and its surroundings are various crimes occurring. Sometimes it is theft, murder, disappearing people or even mysterious illnesses. With the information he finds, Father Brown does his best to help people by solving cases.

In many cases, the villagers are somewhat close minded. It’s understandable, I guess, because a lot of people (even these days) are somewhat ignorant to other peoples’ problems. However, it just feels kind of awkward watching characters such as Mrs McCarthy act like a jerk to other people because they don’t understand the situation. On the other hand, Father Brown is wonderfully accepting of others. He does genuinely try to understand peoples’ problems and interact with people, even if they might not necessarily be decent people. Even with murderers and thieves, he does take a look at other peoples’ sides of the story. I think that my least favourite character is Lady Felicia; sometimes she can be quite selfish and I don’t really appreciate many of her actions, nor her general behaviour. Mrs McCarthy is my favourite character. She, too, can be somewhat pompous. However, I think I would like her in person; she does her best to aid others. In many episodes, we can see her going to great lengths to help others with their problems. She seems very sweet, despite being a gossip. Father Brown himself is an interesting character. He’s interested in mystery novels and is generally quite clever, which is why he’s a good option to solve these crimes. However, he’s a catholic priest and not a detective, so he often rubs the police the wrong way. Regardless, he often comes to the right conclusions about the crimes and the perpetrators are usually brought to justice thanks to his inclusion in the case.

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My personal opinion about his inclusion in the cases is that I wish he would share his information with the police a little bit more. A lot of the time, the police and their own conclusions are wrong because they don’t have the same information as Father Brown ends up with. In common television stereotype, the police are made to look a bit stupid because they don’t come up with the right answer. However, realistically, it’s because they just don’t get the full information from the people they speak to. Yet, they’ll then offer it to Father Brown who will then solve the case. I think another con of the show is that some of the plot relies on convenience. An example I’ll use is vague, but might be considered a spoiler for some; on occasion, Father Brown will go somewhere and conveniently find a dead body or a crime having been committed. I could understand it happening the once, but he and his cohorts (Mrs McCarthy, Lady Felicia and Sid Carter) come across these problems a little bit too often. Also, the series kind of sways a bit far from the church. I wouldn’t be fascinated with seeing the congregation, but it just seems to me that he doesn’t do much of the duties a priest would usually take on. It reminds me of those types of series where it’s based in a school, but the students never seem to spend much time in class (or the classes will only be a few minutes long).

The series is based on a series of stories by G. K. Chesterton ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G._K._Chesterton )(29 May 1874 – 14 June 1936). It is still quite understandable if you haven’t; I haven’t read any of the written versions of Father Brown. It is my intention, though; I do own it in eBook format.

I obtained it free from Amazon.com.au & Google Play;

 photo -mTvDAAAQBAJ.jpg Father Brown Mysteries Collection (53 Father Brown Mysteries in One Volume)
Amazon US: https://www.amazon.com/Father-Brown-Mysteries-Collection-One-ebook/dp/B01L0X1RNE/
Amazon AU: http://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B01L0X1RNE
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/books/details/G_K_Chesterton_Father_Brown_Mysteries_Collection_5?id=-mTvDAAAQBAJ
 photo KXsPDAAAQBAJ.jpg The Complete Father Brown Stories (Centaur Classics)
Amazon US: https://www.amazon.com/Complete-Father-Stories-Centaur-Classics-ebook/dp/B01ETZN9RC
Amazon AU: https://www.amazon.com.au/Complete-Father-Stories-Centaur-Classics-ebook/dp/B01ETZN9RC
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/books/details/G_K_Chesterton_The_Complete_Father_Brown_Stories_C?id=KXsPDAAAQBAJ

 photo Father Brown Screen Capture 3.png

Overall, I like the show very much. I quite like the mysteries that the show offers; they deal with issues of that period in time and they present an interesting range of characters, each with something new to show. Not every case has the most original plot, but each episode has some really unique insight to the village and its people.

I am not being paid, nor do I receive and funds, for this post. It’s just an honest review of a show I like. The two links I’ve posted for purchase are currently free at the time of posting this article, but please do double check any prices before purchase.

Smashwords 100% Coupon Codes: 13/09/2016

 photo The Genesis of Quave-thumb.jpg Title: The Genesis of Quave
By: John Parnell
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/640590
Words: 99,010
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 13/09/2016 AEST)
Coupon: DU93J
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By: Meredith Miller
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/606700
Words: 73,820
Expires: 25/12/2016
Coupon: LF48T
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By: Jim Kay
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/465694
Words: 3,180
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 13/09/2016 AEST)
Coupon: WF44M (Expired)
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By: Carole Bellacera
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/66808
Words: 127,830
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 13/09/2016 AEST)
Coupon: TE74C (Expired)
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By: Ken Kuhlken
Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/19892
Words: 33,120
Expires: (Unknown. Worked for me on: 13/09/2016 AEST)
Coupon: XV37M (Expired)

Before purchasing, please remember to “Apply” the coupon and that it has worked. If you find any of these offers to be expired, please make a comment to let me know and I’ll update the post.

This blog entry is not sponsored by anyone, it is simply a compilation of Smashwords.com coupon codes that I have found and might be of some use to you. I am not getting paid to host these links and I am not responsible for the books or sale of them. Should you like the books, I’m sure the author(s) would appreciate it if you posted some sort of review for them.