Friday, 6 July 2012

Help Carole Ann Carr gain exposure by downloading her free ebook today!


From today Carole is giving away one of two books for free on Amazon (see dates below). Let's help get her some mean exposure, and her rankings to soar through the roof, yes? Pretty please with a cherry on top, help Carole out, by downloading for FREE and then sharing it with your friends.

Candle Dark – a children’s historical fiction adventure story set in a Victorian mine is being promoted as a free eBook from the 6th to the 8th July inclusive – Pacific Standard Time.

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Candle Dark
Book One - Ironbridge Gorge Series

Joshua was nearly eleven and he worked down the Blists Hill coal pit in the Ironbridge Gorge and he hated it down there. He hated working in the dark, he hated the rats and the stink of the tunnels, and he especially hated it when the mine flooded and his boots got soaked and rubbed his feet raw. Then the day that Mr. Bradley the horsekeeper gave him another beating so bad he ached and ached all over, he made up his mind to run away and find work on the Severn trows. But what would happen to poor Drummer, left behind in the dark? What would happen to his mother, left to the mercy of the evil Isaac Whitlock? And how could he sail to Bristol when his father had been sent to work in the most dangerous part of the mine? Afraid of the river gangs, and sick with worry about his dad, Joshua must decide whether to run for his life, or to stay in Coalport and protect his family despite the terrible danger.

(the sequel - River Dark - to be published in September 2012)
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First Wolf – a children’s quest adventure story is set in 8th century Northumbria is being promoted as a free eBook on the 12th and 13th July – Pacific Standard Time.

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First Wolf
Book One - Wolf Series


It was Toland’s twelfth year of life when his father hurled the wolf’s head at the mighty Eorl Uhtred, bringing his childhood to a violent end. These were dangerous times, with people driven from their settlements, tribal wars, and bands of robbers on the roads, but Toland must keep his solemn promise to save the Lindisfarne Gospels from the Vikings, protect his family, and find his father. With his faithful hound Bodo, he sets off on his quest through Anglo-Saxon Northumbria. Surviving the first Viking attack of Lindisfarne, his many adventures lead him to the mysterious hermit on Inner Farne, Bamburgh fortress, the slave girl Kendra, the mystery of the stolen jewels, a blood debt, and a terrible discovery at the White Church…..

Carole Anne Carr's Biography:
I'm an author and independent publisher of four children's books: two historical fiction, one fantasy, and one picture book. My early years were spent as a bank teller in Africa, then as teacher, owner of an art and craft business, poet, creative writing tutor, actress and Third Order Franciscan. I held the Office of Reader in the Church of England before beginning my writing career. I'm working on sequels to my children's books. I have taught poetry and other aspects of creative writing, been Deputy head of a Shropshire primary school for nearly twenty years, and I’m a member of the Society of Authors, the National Association of Writers in Schools, and W.I. Speaker. Visit her at http://caroleannecarr.co.uk

6 comments:

  1. Am heading that way now. Such interesting stories!

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  2. Your generosity is overwhelming, Jessica. Just let me know please if I can do something in return, many many thanks. Carole.

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  3. Ah, I wanted to download, but it was UK only! :(

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