Monday Post: Cyber Deals & Current Reads

Cyber Monday! This is probably one of my favourite times of the year (besides Christmas and my birthday, obviously). I love to shop, and if I can do that in the comfort of my own home without having to change out of my pajamas, then even better.

First off, please don’t mind if I do some shameless plugging. I’ve quietly started up my own Society6 shop a while back with plans of adding more and more to it over time. Right now, I have a few designs up and Society6 is offering 20% off + free worldwide shipping. Pretty sweet deal. So consider heading over to my shop called BOOKMRKD by clicking here. is offering their Holiday Deal, which is an extra 30% off any book; just visit this page for full details and the promo code. Keep in mind this is for print books — Kindle editions and audiobooks are not included. Luckily, there are deals on those all over the place right now. Here are some that I found that I thought I’d share. These deals are good through November 30:

  1. Anomaly by Krista McGee: $1.49
  2. The Illusion of Annabella by Jessica Sorensen: $0.76
  3. Some Kind of Normal by Juliana Stone: $1.49
  4. The Color of Secrets by Lindsay Jayne Ashford: $1.49
  5. Midnight Train to Paris by Juliette Sobanet: $1.49
  6. Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini: $1.70
  7. Finding Rebecca by Eoin Dempsey: $1.50
  8. Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli: $1.70
  9. The Summer After You and Me by Jennifer Salvato: $1.49
  10. Flat-Out Love by Jessica Park: $1.50
  11. Some Fine Day by Kat Ross: $1.49
  12. The Family by Marissa Kennerson: $1.49

Also available on Amazon is Letters Written in White by Kathryn Perez. You can now order the Kindle edition for just $2.89. Her fellow author and friend Colleen Hoover is giving away 20 signed copies of the book. Check out her post here, complete with an awesome interview with Kathryn. Have a look at the stunningly haunting cover and synopsis for the book, which officially releases tonight:


Title: Letters Written in White
Author: Kathryn Perez
Format: Kindle eBook / Paperback
ISBN: 9781517280192
Publication Date: November 30, 2015
Synopsis: I’m dead. I’m cold and alone and I’m dead. There’s no air in my lungs. My chest is as cold and hollow as a cave on a snow-capped mountainside. My heart no longer beats there. Frigid winds whistle through my ribs and the sadness inside me weeps like my favorite tree. Days ago, I met with death face to face. The mirror, our meeting place. My two darkened green eyes stared deeply into hers. I tilted my head to the side. She did too. “It’s time,” I whispered. “It’s time,” she whispered. And with that I turned away from her, the woman in the mirror who knew all of my secrets and all of my pain. I walked away from her and yet we’d never been closer than we were at that moment. The inner struggle was over. No more arguing with the woman in the mirror. No more arguing with myself. The choice was made. She was the victor. Or was I? That was the day Riah Winter died.

Note From the Author:

Dear Readers,

This isn’t a romance novel written to sweep you off of your feet, nor is it a sexually infused fantasy laced with alpha males and six pack abs. You won’t find anything within the pages of this story comforting, at least not on the surface. Matter of fact, you’ll most likely feel uncomfortable during many of the scenes. But I will promise you this, once you delve beneath the surface, you’ll find comfort in many areas of Riah Winter’s layers of life and death. You may even find that you aren’t alone in your daily struggles as a mother, wife, single mom, stay at home mother, working mom or as a woman.

Riah Winter is YOU, YOU are Riah Winter. Beneath the mask we as women wear, is a person we rarely talk about or acknowledge. I’ve decided to bring her to life and say all of the dark and socially unacceptable things so many of us feel, go through, and fear.

We’re all wearing masks and we’re all drowning in something.

Riah has a message for us…she wants us not only to survive but to thrive because she knows what it feels like to die with regret.

I hope you’ll take a chance on a story that’s different from what you’re accustomed to reading. I look forward to sharing it with you.


*Please be advised that this a 43K word book that may contain content which could possibly be triggering for some.*

Today I’m also taking part in It’s Monday! What Are You Reading, hosted by Book Date. I’m currently reading two novels at the moment:

The first is an ARC called I’ll See You in Paris by Michelle Gable, and the second Kaleidoscope Hearts by Claire Contreras. Both very different but I’m enjoying them immensely. Can’t wait to share my thoughts with you.

I hope you take advantage of the deals online if you’re able. Happy reading, all.