At this time of year, I like to set up free downloads to two of my novels. You can get these books for free on your Kindle from Tuesday, November 28th through Saturday, December 2nd at no cost.
Double Billing is the story of a woman whose life changes when she discovers she has an identical twin. It's a quick read with a little psychiatry sprinkled in. One reviewer said:
The book was a page-turner because of elegant structure and pacing. I really cared about the author’s take on things –because she is a psychiatrist? because I’ve followed her blog for a while?– which meant that I was interested in the protagonist’s thoughts, feelings and actions. At times I ached for the mess her life was in, at others I wanted to shake her into action, and then she’d find her backbone again, just in the nick.
Home Inspection is a story told through psychotherapy sessions in a format that is similar to the HBO series In Treatment. Dr. Julius Strand is a psychiatrist who plods along in his already-lived life until two of his patients inspire him through their own struggles to find meaning. One reviewer wrote:
I like to read all sorts of books, but books where there's something in it that reflects a part of me, a part of my life, a part of my experiences, are something I go out of my way to find. I have not found any fiction book that does nearly as much to show what psychotherapy is like.
There is is a single link to my Amazon page with all my books here.
If you don't own a Kindle reader, you can install a free Kindle app on your computer, tablet, or cell phone by going here and then you can read any Kindle book. You don't need to buy a Kindle to read on your computer, tablet, or smartphone.
Both novels are also available as as paperbacks from Amazon, but not for free. And our two non-fiction books can also be found on that page, but again, not for free.
I'm more than happy to have people download my novels at no cost -- I'll be keeping the doctor day gig -- so please tell/tweet/blog/share the free promotions to anyone you think might be interested.
Finally, If you do read any of the books, please consider putting a review on Amazon.