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Book Pimp Post #3

Morrigan's Cross SmallNot that Nora Roberts needs anyone to buy her books, but I saw that her Morrigan’s Cross book is for sale at ereader.com. It’s $7.19 if you have the newsletter with the discount code. I don’t buy alot of books in eReader, but I’ll make an exception this time as Morrigan’s Cross is not supposed to be in the bookstores until September 5 even though the book is in stores NOW because I can’t stand to see an ebook for sale that I want and not buy it.. I won’t be commenting today. I’ll be reading.

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Jane Litte is the founder of Dear Author, a lawyer, and a lover of pencil skirts. She spends her downtime reading romances and writing about them. Her TBR pile is much larger than the one shown in the picture and not as pretty. You can reach Jane by email at jane @ dearauthor dot com

8 Comments

  1. Karen Scott
    Aug 29, 2006 @ 10:32:26

    I was just reading the Amazon Connect update that she wrote for Morrigan’s Cross, she should really get her own bolog methinks. Can you send me a copy of the newsletter Jane?

  2. Karen Scott
    Aug 29, 2006 @ 10:33:29

    Erm… Incidentally bolog isn’t a new word I just made up, it is actually supposed to read ‘blog’. *g*

  3. Angie
    Aug 29, 2006 @ 10:43:45

    Well, not to burst your bubble, but Amazon had listed the release date as August 29th and it is shipping now, I know it’s already been shipped to a few people. So it might be available in stores, since the release date was listed as the 29th. But still, ebooks are instant gratification ;)

  4. Jaci Burton
    Aug 29, 2006 @ 12:57:02

    It’s shipped from Amazon and should be here tomorrow. Squeeee!
    Not that I’ll be dropping everything and reading it or anything because I’m on deadline.

    *cough*

  5. Nicole
    Aug 29, 2006 @ 17:34:39

    Can you forward me the damn newsletter? Each time I sign up there, they never send it. So I never get the code.

  6. Tara Marie
    Aug 30, 2006 @ 08:20:39

    Heck, I picked up my copy yesterday at Wal*Mart for $5.50, and am 150 pages into it.

  7. Sasha Knight
    Aug 30, 2006 @ 09:11:54

    I got my copy of Morrigan’s Cross yesterday at Costco for $4.29. Can’t beat that price!

  8. Chelle
    Aug 30, 2006 @ 14:44:03

    Hmmm…never thought of buying Nora’s books in E-format…this is gonna hurt the book budget something fierce.

    *Warning: Possibly Irritating Fan-girl gushing ahead!*

    Ooooooh, La Nora hits the trifecta in book one of another successive-month release trilogy (like the Key Trilogy – one a month for three months! SQUEEEEE!!!). Morrigan’s Cross (which I picked up at Target yesterday for 25% off! BONUS!) was amazing.

    Just. Fricking. Amazing. No one does the dark, tortured hero like Nora. Swirling the paranormal and magic elements into this story just gilded the already-gorgeous lily a bit more thoroughly, IMHO.

    I blew through it in one big bite (*snerk*) last night and will be headed back for a re-read and to write my take on it for at FAR once it percolates a bit.

    P.S. ~ Karen, I like your new word, bolog. We just need a definition for it. It reminds me of the balrog from the LOTR series. Maybe it’s the balrog’s little brother?

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