Conflicting Cultures and Geek Fandoms: Discounted Literary Fiction eBooks

One Afternoon in April on Kindle

One Afternoon in April ($0.99) by Pete KJ: A black woman, an Asian man, and a white older woman collide on a hiking trail. Battle lines get drawn, alliances form and shift, and a comedic tug-of-war ensues between conflicting cultures and cravings. “I had an absolute blast with the book. 5 stars!” – Pikasho Deka for Readers’ Favorite.

This deal is good on December 10, 2021

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Thorn on Kindle

Thorn ($0.99) by Stefan Plesoianu: Seven navigates life, encountering all the hardships which define his age. From having to work menial, often degrading jobs, to trying to find the right person for himself and, most importantly, gaining a sense of purpose. Hope is hard to come by and easy to lose, although something always seems to happen at the right time to make him go on.

This deal is good on December 10, 2021

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Fanlantis on Kindle

Fanlantis ($2.99) by Nicolas Rose: Broad comedy ala “The Hangover”/“Hot Tub Time Machine” about best friends who build a geek fandom website that rallies at Comic-Con for an epic trivia contest and nerd party. Filled with laughs and Easter eggs for fans of video games, comics, cosplay, and more, this is pure escapism to a happy realm with a group of friends who are fun to hang out with.

This deal is good on December 10, 2021

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Good Things Come (Good Things Come Book 1) on Kindle

Good Things Come (Good Things Come Book 1) ($4.99) by Linda Shantz: 2020 Dr. Tony Ryan Book Award finalist. Set in the world of Canadian horse racing, the story is that of an intense young woman, a troubled young man, and the quirky but talented racehorse they both love. Good Things Come mixes together hope, heartbreak, and romance, a dash of rivalry, and a great deal of excitement.

This deal is good on December 10, 2021

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