Hell yeah, it’s here!!

LEAVING ANNALISE audio improved

First, quickly: Houston friends, the first of my books is on the house if you come out to the Woodlands Barnes and Noble this Sunday November 10th from 2-4 pm. Eric will be with me, and he is usually a bigger draw than me, who are we kidding?

And now on to the exciting stuff…

Been waiting for Leaving Annalise on audio? Well, the wait is over. The audiobook came out TODAY on Audible! Squee! And it’s awesome, thanks to Ashley Ulery. Check it out, y’all, HERE. iTunes and Amazon to follow within a few days.

And that’s not all of the good news. To celebrate the release of the Leaving Annalise audiobook, we’ve marked the ebook down to $2.99 and the paperback (on Amazon) to $9.95. Seriously, I’m not even kidding. And…the Saving Grace ebook is on sale for 99 cents. If you’ve EVER wanted your friends and family to get the chance to check out the books you’ve grown to love, but they’re as cheap as mine πŸ˜‰ then here’s the chance. To see the discounts, here’s my Amazon page.

Plus, don’t forget there’s now Kindle Matchbook, which allows you to buy ANYΒ  of my Kindle ebooks for 99 cents, if you bought the paperback from Amazon. And Whispersync, which allows you to buy any of the Audible audiobooks for $1.99 if you own the Kindle ebook. You can put a whole media library together on pennies.

OK, I’m taking a breath. This is seriously exciting.

But you know what’s better than cheap? FREE! Don’t forget you can register to win free Katie & Annalise paperbacks on Kate Eileen Shannon’s site, and here we are with the holidays right around the corner. Nothing says, “Ho ho ho” better than books.



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edit biographydelete Biography Pamela writes overly long e-mails and the What Doesn't Kill You romantic mysteries from deep in the heart of Nowheresville, TX and way up in the frozen north of Snowheresville, WY. Pamela is passionate about hiking with her hunky husband and pack of rescue dogs (and an occasional goat and donkey), riding her gigantic horses, experimenting with her Keurig, and traveling in the Bookmobile.

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    1. Hey! I met (virtually) a MN writer recently you should check out, Kim. Look for Laurel Osterkamp on Amazon. I read The Holdout, and it was great.

      And thank you πŸ™‚

    1. I love them too, although I wish I didn’t have to listen to them. By the time we finish audiobook production (after years of working on the actual books), I’ve had quite enough of me, thank you very much! But that is not the fault of the narrators. We have really been blessed with talent, there.

  1. I’m so excited and I just can’t hide it
    I’m about to lose control and I think I like it…
    …And I know, I know, I know, I know
    I know I want you, want you….

    Sorry. Testing out a more improved, exciting comment. Haw haw. On a serious note, this is SO EXCITING! I love watching you walk in your dream.

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