Thursday, 31 October 2013

Happy Halloween FREE Book Offer!


Happy Halloween Everyone!

 

This time last year I was launching How Do You Voodoo? - the first book in my voodoo romance series of novellas – for which I had done some intense research in the spookiest graveyard in Scotland – the Necropolis or The City of the Dead – which features in a central scene. Would you like to spend Halloween in a dark and spooky place like this…?!

 



Glasgow central looks grey and spooky in October!
 

 

This Halloween is launch day for Voodoo Child - the third book in my series of voodoo romance novellas.
 
Again, it’s available exclusively from Amazon for Kindle.   

 


Story synopsis: In ‘Voodoo Child’, ex-celebrity UK fashion model Nola and her handsome Haitian husband Louis are expecting their first baby. But as one precious life begins another is about to end. Louis’s beloved old Uncle Sid is dying and has declared his last wish is to see Louis and Nola’s new baby baptised on St John’s Eve – the most important event in the voodoo calendar. The voodoo isn't over yet for Nola or for Louis!
 
Voodoo Child Amazon Links

Amazon UK and Amazon.com

Special Halloween Offer!
You can download the first humorous romance in this series absolutely FREE TODAY – 31st October!
 



FREE Amazon Links
Amazon UK and Amazon.com
 

Have a great Halloween everyone !

Janice xx
 
 

5 comments:

Rosemary Gemmell said...

All the best with this third in the series, Janice - look forward to reading it!

P.S Did you see my winners post?

Wendy Ewurum said...

Oh dear.....how ominous.
I'm really looking forward to reading your book Rosemary. Thank you so much
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Glynis said...

Really enjoying it! :)

Linn B Halton said...

Love this series and Voodoo Child did not disappoint! It's such a fun series, Janice, very different and I love the shorter reads. Perfect for Halloween too ...

Melanie said...

All the best with Voodoo Child. I've read the entire series and loved every one.

The Necropolis is a spooky place and I loved every minute I prowled through it. Still so much more to see...