Category Archives: Liz Coley

Free 60-Day Trial of Kindle Unlimited, and the Books Available

On Facebook, a friend shared a Groupon for a Free 60-Day Kindle Unlimited Membership (US $19.98 Value). I know nothing about Kindle Unlimited. I’m hoping that “borrowing” books through is like the way my libraries work – download books, and they get automatically deleted after a certain number of days, or you return them earlier. I’m hoping it’s not the “read for free” thing that publishers sometimes do on their websites where you can only read web-based – no downloads.

You’ll need an Amazon account, and will need to make sure the settings have your location as the United States. You’ll also need a Groupon account, for which I used my Facebook, and make sure that you’re not signed up to any of their newsletters if you’re treating this Groupon as a one-off deal.

Group will ask you for “payment”, but I clicked the PayPal button, so I wasn’t charged – because the deal is free, after all. There’s also an option for credit card info.

Once you’ve got your Amazon organised, click here and input the code from your email, to activate the deal.

And now comes the part for why you’re here – borrowing books for free. I don’t know if there are expiry dates or what kind of borrowing system it is (see above about publishers vs. libraries). I’m on the wrong machine right now, but tomorrow on my laptop, I plan to investigate the following links. I systematically checked my reading wishlist, and here are the Kindle Unlimited-eligible books I’m interested in. Some are “pre-orders”, so I doubt you’ll be able to borrow them now. Be sure to check that the ones you’re interested in have Kindle Unlimited on the page, just in case I included a non-eligible title or if the authors/publishers decide to take them off the programme.

Vicki Hendricks: Miami Purity
Cyn Balog: Drowned
Chris Beckett: The Peacock Cloak
Jenna Black: Sealed with a Curse
Rachel Caine: Stillhouse Lake (pre-order)
Amy Rose Capetta: Entangled
Naomi Clark: The Ungrateful Dead; Wild; Gone to the Dogs; Ice Ice Baby; Stakeout
Liz Coley: The Captain’s Kid
Suzanne Collins: The Hunger Games; Catching Fire; Mockingjay
Megan Crewe: Earth & Sky; A Clouded Sky; A Sky Unbroken
Deborah Halverson: Writing New Adult Fiction
Jen Estes: Fifteen; Sixteen
Christina Farley: Gilded; Silvern; Brazen
Megan Hart: The Resurrected Compendium; Clearwater; The Lies We Tell (pre-order); The Secrets We Keep (pre-order)
Erica Hayes: Hunter’s Heart
Anthology: Tick Tock
Karen Ann Hopkins: Lamb to the Slaughter; Embers; Whispers from the Dead; Rachel’s Deception; Gaia; Secrets from the Grave; Tempest; Hidden in Plain Sight
Lydia Kang: A Beautiful Poison (pre-order)
PD Martin: Coming Home; When Justice Fails; Missing; The Wanderer; Grounded Spirits
Liz Maverick: The Transporter (pre-order)
Seanan McGuire: Indexing; Reflections
Will McIntosh: Futures Near & Far
Tracey O’Hara: Once Upon a Moonlit Night
Jackson Pearce: Turn Here
Cheryl Rainfield: Stained; Parallel Visions
Dia Reeves: Rhymes with Vampire
Leah Rhyne: In the Land of the Blind
Carrie Ryan: A Game of Firsts
Holly Schindler: Fifth Avenue Fidos; Play It Again; Forever Finley
Jeri Smith-Ready: Bridge
Lila Veen: Burning for You
Jessica Verday: Flesh Which Is Not Flesh
M.D. Waters: Gemini’s Edge
Skyler White: Offerings
Susanne Winnacker: Between the Shadow & the Soul

1st July 2015 Releases

Happy Release Day to:

Liz Coley
Mistaken (Tor Maddox, Book 3)
LCTeen (US: 1st July 2015)
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Eight leotards and a ball gown – that’s what Tor Maddox packed for her summer ballet intensive in New York. Pity she never arrived. Kidnapped once by the good guys and once by the bad ones, Tor finds herself involved in a high seas adventure featuring princesses and pirates, a wedding ring, and the guy she thought she’d never be allowed to see again, junior man-in-black Rick Turner. Tor’s employee ID promises, “Your Fantasy Stars Here.” It couldn’t be more mistaken.

July 2015 Releases

Done with June 2015 Releases? Here are July 2015 Releases. For future releases, check Reading Wishlist. NOTE: The formatting of this post may look wrong in a feed reader, so go to my WordPress to see it properly.

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Now Available for US Pre-Order

V. C. Andrews: SAGE’S EYES: 26 January 2016: Buy (US)
Kelley Armstrong: EMPIRE OF NIGHT (paperback): 8th March 2016: Buy (US)
Madeline Ashby: REV: 5th April 2016: Buy (US)
Jenna Black: NIGHTSTRUCK: 5th April 2016: Buy (US)
Liz Coley: MISTAKEN: 1st July 2015: Buy (US)
Danielle Rollins: BURNING: 5th April 2016: Buy (US)
Madeleine Roux: THE ASYLUM NOVELLAS (THE SCARLETS, THE BONE ARTISTS, & THE WARDEN): 2nd February 2016: Buy (US)
Gena Showalter: FIRSTLIFE: 23rd February 2016: Buy (US)
Jessica Verday: OF MONSTERS & MADNESS (revamped edition): 16th June 2015: Buy (US)
Melissa West: SURGE: 5th April 2016: Buy (US)

8 New Covers (Armstrong, Caine, Coley, Grant, Harrison, Kaufman & Spooner, Quinn, Roux)

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Now Available for US Pre-Order

Mario Acevedo: RESCUE FROM PLANET PLEASURE (paperback): 3rd May 2015: Buy (US)
Karen Bao: DOVE EXILED: 23rd February 2016: Buy (US)
Meg Cabot: REMEMBRANCE: 2nd February 2016: Buy (US)
Kylie Chan: THE GRAVITY ENGINE (paperback): 1st May 2015: Buy (US)
Liz Coley: EMBEDDED: 1st June 2015: Buy (US)
Rinda Elliott: RAISONNE CURSE: 14th July 2015: Buy (US)
Jeaniene Frost: THE SWEETEST BURN: 29th December 2015: Buy (US)
Karen Ann Hopkins: RACHEL’S DECEPTION: 8th May 2015: Buy (US)
Stacey Jay: PRINCESS OF THORNS (paperback): 9th February 2016: Buy (US)
Stacia Kane: untitled story: 16th February 2016: Buy (US)
Caitlin Kittredge: GRIM TIDINGS: 22nd March 2016: Buy (US)
Justine Larbalestier: RAZORHUST (paperback): 16th February 2016: Buy (US)
Parker Peevyhouse: WHERE FUTURES END: 9th February 2016: Buy (US)

1st June 2015 Releases

Happy Release Day to:

Liz Coley
Embedded (Tor Maddox, Book 2)
LCTeen (US: 1st June 2015)
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Life has been way too quiet for Tor Maddox since her fifteen minutes of CNN fame. Then agent-in-training Rick Turner reappears with what sounds like a simple assignment – to embed herself as his eyes and ears in her own high school. When she agrees to keep tabs on high school state swim champ Hamilton Parker for the Feds, she is plunged into the deep end of a sinister plot. Knowing that freedom, justice, and lives are at stake again, Tor jumps in feet first, but has she gotten in over her head this time? When observe and report becomes kiss and tell, Tor’s first mission may blow up in her face.