Monday, December 01, 2014

LENA NELSON DOOLEY'S Ebooks - Two Free Ebook

Dear Readers, some of you have asked that I do a post giving away one of my books. So here it is. I have a number of backlist books that the rights have reverted to me. I've republished several of them as ebooks, because they have never been available for ereaders. 

They are available in both Kindle editions and epub, which are available from Barnes and Noble. A few are contemporary, and some are historical.

Here are the contemporary books:

Christmas Confusion - Lori Compton, mayor of Mistletoe, needs ideas for ways to prop up the sagging economy. After having her heart broken by the former pastor, she doesn’t want to spend time with the new pastor. Rev. Russell Brown has plenty of ideas, even one that includes his spending the rest of his life with the beautiful mayor. Will Lori be able to move beyond her hurts and recognize God’s intentions for the future of the town – and for her own future?
Christmas Confusion (Montana Mistletoe Book 1) - Kindle

Can You Help Me? - When Valerie Bradford asks a Home and Hearth store employee for assistance, she doesn't realize that she'll get more attention than she bargained for.

Austin Hodges can't believe what the feisty blond plans to accomplish all by herself. Because of his profession, he knows how much help she needs, but for right now, his advice will have to do.

God must lead them through the misunderstandings they encounter toward a bright future together.

Can You Help Me? (Carolina Carpenter Brides) - Kindle

No Thank You! - Social Director Scarlett McKaye loves planning things down to the last detail. But what she didn't count on was having to spurn the bold advances of a reckless suitor.

How far will daredevil Derrick Greene go to cancel Scarlett's reservations?

The historicals are:

The Best Medicine When Thomas Stanton shows up at the holiday party of Rose Fletcher’s best friend, his appearance reminds Rose of the infatuation she felt for him when he worked on her father’s ranch. Although her heart wants to continue those long ago feelings, her mind reminds her that he doesn’t share her faith in God. Thomas can’t understand why Rose seems so standoffish. Will it take God’s intervention to show these two people just what He has planned all along?
The Best Medicine (Snowbound Colorado Christmas Book 2) - Kindle

The Spinster and the Cowboy - The Cactus Corner singles scene is shrinking. . . . Many were unmarried by choice, others by circumstances, but single women living the 1800s carried the unfortunate label of “spinsters.” Once branded, can a spinster find love?

India Cunningham is happy running the ranch her father left her when a man she doesn’t remember from her childhood arrives to help her. Can she trust Joshua Dillinger, or is he there to steal her land?
The Spinster and the Cowboy (Spinster Brides of Cactus Corner Book 1) - Kindle

Readers, leave a comment for a chance to win a free copy of the book. Please tell us where you live, at least the state or territory. (Comments containing links may be subject to removal by blog owner.)

Void where prohibited; the odds of winning depend on the number of entrants. Entering the giveaway is considered a confirmation of eligibility on behalf of the enterer in accord with these rules and any pertaining local/federal/international laws.

The only notification you’ll receive is the winner post on this blog. So be sure to check back a week from Saturday to see if you won. You will have 4 weeks from the posting of the winners to claim your book.

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Britney Adams said...

Oh, I know they are all wonderful! I will add them to my wish list. Thank you for sharing your books, Lena.

Britney Adams, TX

Melanie Backus said...

Thank you Miss Lena for telling us about these....they sound great!

Melanie Backus,TX

Charlotte Kay said...

Thanks for the chance to win one of your own books, Lena!!!!! How wonderful and so very thoughtful!!!!!

Many Blessings and Smiles :) :) :)
Charlotte Kay

Deanna Stevens said...

Lovely covers, would love to read your book Lena!

Lena Nelson Dooley said...

Hi Britney and Melanie, so glad to see you here. Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Lena Nelson Dooley said...

Charlotte, you have as good of a chance as anyone else. Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Lena Nelson Dooley said...

Deanna, the daughter of one of my best friends is a designer. She did my covers for me. Since it's cold in Texas, I imagine it colder in Nebraska.

Diana Flowers said...

Hi, Lena! I love your books and don't get to read as many as I would like bc of blogging. So many authors and wonderful Christian books that I actually had to turn down some of my favorites this year. :( Surgery caused me to get behind in my reading as well. My birthday is coming up right b4 Christmas...would love to win one for that momentous occasion! LOL

Diana in SC


Sm said...

Thanks for doing this with some of your books! I think The Spinster and the Cowboy sounds good. sm. wileygreen1(at)yahoo(dot)com

Lena Nelson Dooley said...

Diana, since I'm recovering from knee-replacement surgery, I totally understand. Maybe you'll win a book.

Lena Nelson Dooley said...

Sm, I really enjoyed writing THE SPINSTER AND THE COWBOY.

Unknown said...

How exciting to have your books on ereaders, now! Thank you for the chance to win! They look so good!
Kelly Y in central VA

Unknown said...

Yay! thanks for the chance to win one of them!! :D


Lena Nelson Dooley said...

Kelly, yes, I wanted to make them available for people who like to read on ereaders. I like to read print books when I'm home, but my Kindle goes everywhere with me. I read it a lot of places when we're waiting or when we have a ways to drive.

Many of my other books are also available for ereaders. The publishers published them both in print and electronically.

Look on my Kindle page or on Barnes and Noble to find them.

Lena Nelson Dooley said...

Sierra Faith, I hope your name comes up in the drawing.

Lena Nelson Dooley said...

Dear readers, I think I'll offer two free books.

Unknown said...

I really loved reading little snippets about these books and getting to see the covers! They look really wonderful! I can't wait to read them! I would be truly blessed to win any of these wonderful books!!! You are a great writer! Thanks for the opportunity to win! God Bless You and Your Family! Have a wonderful, blessed day!
Frances from Deltona, Florida

Unknown said...

I have been trying like heck to win a Kindle from one of my giveaways of the authors, but so far, no luck! I have been very ill lately and I spend a lot of time in the hospital getting treatments! It is a bit boring and I love to read but have not had money to buy food lately, never mind books, I go to the library when I am able but it is hard, my library is small too! If anybody knows of someone who might have one they may wish to donate, I would be truly blessed by their kindness! I am hoping to get my disability soon, but they say it could take up to two years! But on a Kindle, you can get a lot of free books, which would help me a great deal! So, please, I'd someone would Bless me, it would be very much appreciated! Thanks so much for letting us voice our opinions on here and have a wonderful, blessed day!
Frances from Deltona, Florida

Lena Nelson Dooley said...

Frances, thank you for stopping by my blog. I'm sure my readers will want to pray for you, as I will.

Perhaps someone will have a Kindle they aren't using anymore that they can donate. I hope so.

Susan Johnson said...

These look like great books. Thank you for the chance to win one.
Susan in Texas

PriviesAndPrims said...

Fun to offer your own story!


kec200 said...

All of your books sound good! Thanks for the chance to win one.

Kathy from Wendell, NC

Anonymous said...

thanks so much for the giveaway
sydney harries ga

Lena Nelson Dooley said...

Susan, Doreen, Kathy, and Sydney, so glad to see you here.

Merry said...

How fun, I didn't know you had some contemporary stories... please add me!
Merry in MN