Something to Read on the Plane, Jan Hurst-Nicholson {$0.99}

And for your in-flight entertainment – A Bit of Light Literature, Short Stories & Other Fun Stuff It’s a light-hearted variety of humorous articles, short stories ranging from hypochondria to murder, plus a quiz, agony aunt column, limericks and a collection of malapropisms to keep you amused and divert you from the tedium of flying. . .

“This muesli must be old. It’s got weasels in it.”

A great book to keep with you whilst travelling, and a perfect gift (suitable for both men and women) for someone who is going on a trip.

What Readers are Saying:

“This book does exactly what it promises. Full of short stories, articles, things to make you laugh – even a quiz to see what sort of a traveller you are. Perfect for keeping you amused and entertained while on the plane – or off it for that matter!!” ~Amazon Review

“I love Jan’s books! I’ve read her But Can You Drink The Water?, and now reading this one. Her humor and wit just make my day. This one is perfect for my current life style, as I can read one short story at a time among my busy schedule, and come back for another dose of healthy humor whenever I need it. And having the book on my Kindle makes it even easier to swallow it. I have also noticed that Amazon now offers a Kindle version of one of her children’s books, Leon Chameleon and the Case of the Kidnapped Mouse. I am going to buy that as soon as I’m done with this one. Surely, my kids will enjoy crisp British humor as much as I do :).” ~5 Star Amazon Review

The average reader review is currently 5 stars {2 reviews}.

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Honeymoon For Three (Gary Blanchard), Alan Cook ~ $0.99

Silver Quill Award from the American Authors Association
Honeymoon for Three (Gary Blanchard)Named Best Mountain West book by Reader Views

It is 1964, 10 years after Gary Blanchard’s high school adventures in The Hayloft. He and his love, Penny, are going on the trip of their lives, and, oh yes, they’re getting married along the way. What they don’t know is that they’re being stalked by Alfred, a high school classmate of Penny who has a bellybutton fetish.

Gary and Penny met through a Los Angeles computer matching service, and they’re positive they’re meant for each other. Penny is afraid that her previous flip attitude toward marriage may jinx her. Her best friend, Emily, was murdered a year ago, two days before her own wedding—and she was ideal marriage material. Why should Penny be luckier?

Alfred has never been successful with girls—he attributes his problems to his outie bellybutton—but he knows that Penny is the girl for him. He intends to get her any way he can, and he is prepared to do whatever is necessary.

“Honeymoon For Three, by Alan Cook, is a delightful tale! Mr. Cook has an amazing talent for creating suspense and tension in his plot. Alfred is insane. Penny is sharp and a quick thinker. Cook uses engaging supporting characters, like Don, Rowanda and Mattie, throughout the scheme, to enhance the storyline…  I recommend “Honeymoon For Three” fans of mystery and suspense” ~ Review
The average customer review is currently 5 stars (4 reviews).

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You’ve Got Mail from Japan, Kristie Leigh Maguire ~ $2.99

You've Got Mail from JapanMargie and Sandy, two American expatriate women, meet and become friends while living in Saudi Arabia. After their husbands’ assignments in Saudi Arabia were completed, both women returned to their homes in the United States: Margie to Nevada and Sandy to Texas. Margie soon accompanies her husband on to his next assignment to Japan while Sandy remains at home surrounded by her family and friends.

Some things are very private—diaries, phone calls, letters, and emails between friends. You’ve Got Mail from Japan lifts that veil of privacy. The friendship between these two women shines from the pages and you feel as if you have eavesdropped on a private conversation, but accidentally, and then they smile at you and welcome you into their circle of friendship.

You’ve Got Mail from Japan consists of actual excerpts of emails between Margie and Sandy as they were written, with all the ‘warts’ and misspellings. The writing is real and down to earth, as only emails between good friends can be.

Come along and follow their incredible journey.

“Kristie has a way of opening your mind; you become part of her creation. She writes in such a way that you want to follow her every word – that is the sign of a true storyteller.”  ~Patti Fleishman (Romance Junkies)

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