Emotional Stories and Political Columns: Discounted Literary eBooks

Can You See Us Now? on Kindle

Can You See Us Now? ($0.99) by Cheryl Benton: Best friends Suzy, Trish, and Madge seemed to have it all. Beautiful, smart, and successful, they’d made it to the top in the most demanding city of them all, New York. Then they turned 50. Bartenders ignore them, bosses marginalize them, and they’ve aged out of the prized 25-49-year-old demographic. They had suddenly become invisible!

This deal is good on March 14, 2019

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As If I Were A River on Kindle

As If I Were A River ($2.99) by Amanda Saint: A compelling and emotional story of three women: Kate, her mother Laura, and grandmother Una. Kate has a safe, happy, ordinary life. Or so she thinks. When her husband vanishes she is forced to confront the secrets and lies of the women that came before her. Are we forever shaped by our past, or can we find redemption in making our own future?

This deal is good on March 14, 2019

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Obama on Edge: Creative Expressions from a Historic Time on Kindle

Obama on Edge: Creative Expressions from a Historic Time ($0.99) by George Thomas Clark: In fictionalized columns written between 2007 and 2012, Barack Obama comments about politics, international relations, the media, drinking and drug taking. Mitt Romney, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, John McCain, Sarah Palin, Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, Jeremiah Wright, Colin Powell, Hillary Clinton, and other adversaries and supporters respond.

This deal is good on March 14, 2019

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