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DA Weekly Deals: 29+ Books Under $2.99

These deals are sorted by price. Jane wanted me to mention that DA recommended reads by Sherry Thomas are on sale for $3.99. That doesn’t really fall within our $2.99 limit though.

and those Sherry Thomas books:

We search prices by the following imprints: Avon, EOS, Forever, HarperCollins, HQN, Kensington,
MIRA, Pocket, Pocket Star, Orbit, Samhain Sourcebooks, and Macmillan.

Penguin doesn’t discount and is not included. If you think of any other publishers/imprints we should search, let us know. We try to only include “sales” rather than regularly lower priced books.

Ned Litte

is Jane's long suffering husband who enjoys high fantasy novels and the occasional romance that Jane disguises as a fantasy book. He is also the photographer and artist of the multimedia reviews here at Dear Author.


  1. Brian
    Aug 17, 2011 @ 11:04:01

    One deal that folks might not know about is the Diesel eBooks deal of the day…

    …it’s often a Harlequin title and occasionally something from a digital publisher, I can’t remember it ever being anything but a Romance. Price is usually $1 (occasionally $2) and the deal seems to change around 12 – 1pm each day (I’m US central time).

    Example; right now the deal is Bravo, Tango, Cowboy
    By Joanna Wayne for $1 and will change in the next hour or two to something else.

    Be aware that “Adobe” on Diesel = PDF, if they have the book as an ePub it will say ePub.

  2. MarieC
    Aug 17, 2011 @ 11:15:48

    Thank you Ned!

  3. Shannon Stacey
    Aug 17, 2011 @ 16:14:29

    I didn’t know about the Diesel deal of the day. Just clicked and it’s a Harlequin Presents! The Sabbides Secret Baby by Jacqueline Baird. Thanks, Brian!

    And thank you, Ned!

  4. DS
    Aug 17, 2011 @ 18:59:13

    Wow, the negative reviews on Anne Stuart’s Silver Falls almost make me want to buy it for $1.49. Almost but not really. I wonder why Mira would choose to promote a book by Stuart that has so many people excoriating it.

  5. peggy h
    Aug 17, 2011 @ 20:52:43

    Thanks, Ned. Though…sigh…I almost wish you hadn’t reminded us of Sherry T’s (e-)books being on sale. I already have all four in print on my shelf, and I’ve been fighting the temptation to acquire the e-versions. I thought my price point for re-acquiring a book in e-format was $0.99 (Lord of Scoundrels, when it was $0.99) since I wasn’t at all tempted by The Duke and I (with bonus materials, no less!) for $1.99. But I guess I’m really a big Sherry Thomas fan. Sigh. Resistance is feeling more and more futile….

  6. Bella F.
    Aug 18, 2011 @ 03:08:03

    picked up Firelight, thanks!

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