Kindle Fiction Promotion 99p or 99c

MadeGlobal 99MadeGlobal Publishing’s fiction books are on offer as Kindle Countdown Deals on and Amazon UK from 1am on 23rd March until 11pm on 24th March.

The kindle versions will be on offer on those Amazon sites for $0.99 or 99p, making them complete bargains so do grab them while you can. They’re all wonderful books and will keep you busy over the Easter break. You don’t even need a kindle as Amazon have free kindle reading apps for smartphones, tablets and computer – click here for details on and click here for Amazon UK.

Here are the book blurbs with Amazon US and UK links:

  • Between Two Kings: A Novel of Anne Boleyn by Olivia Longueville – Anne Boleyn is accused of adultery and imprisoned in the Tower. The very next day she is due to be executed at the hand of a swordsman. Nothing can change the tragic outcome. England will have a new queen before the month is out. And yet…
    What if events conspired against Henry VIII and his plans to take a new wife? What if there were things that even Thomas Cromwell couldn’t control, things which would make it impossible for history to go to plan?
    The year is 1536.
    History is about to be changed forever.
    The old Anne Boleyn is dead.
    The new Anne is a cold and calculating woman.
    Between Two Kings. and
  • The Colour of Poison: A Sebastian Foxley Medieval Murder Mystery by Toni Mount – The narrow, stinking streets of medieval London can sometimes be a dark place. Burglary, arson, kidnapping and murder are every-day events. The streets even echo with rumours of the mysterious art of alchemy being used to make gold for the King.
    Join Seb, a talented but crippled artist, as he is drawn into a web of lies to save his handsome brother from the hangman’s rope. Will he find an inner strength in these, the darkest of times, or will events outside his control overwhelm him?
    Only one thing is certain – if Seb can’t save his brother, nobody can. and

  • Cor Rotto: A Novel of Catherine Carey by Adrienne Dillard – The dream was always the same … the scaffold before me. I stared on in horror as the sword sliced my aunt’s head from her swan-like neck. The executioner raised her severed head into the air by its long chestnut locks. The last thing I remembered before my world turned black was my own scream.
    This compelling novel tells the life story of a woman who survived being close to the crown and who became one of Queen Elizabeth I’s closest confidantes. and
  • Tudor Tales: William at Hampton Court by Alan Wybrow (children’s book) – William is a street orphan living near Hampton Court Palace. He’s poor but has big dreams. Every day is the same for William, until his luck changes.
    Will a life working for the king be better for William? What adventures will he encounter? and
  • Phoenix Rising by Hunter S. Jones – The last hour of Anne Boleyn’s life…
    Court intrigue, revenge and all the secrets of the last hour are revealed as one queen falls and another rises to take her place on destiny’s stage.
    Love, hate, loyalty and betrayal come together in a single dramatic moment… the execution of a queen. The history of England will be changed for ever. and
  • The Claimant: A Novel of the Wars of the Roses by Simon Anderson – The harvest is gathered and the country wears its autumn livery. Four years after the first battle of The Cousins’ Wars, later known as The Wars of the Roses, the simmering political tensions between the Royal Houses of Lancaster and York have once again boiled over into armed confrontation.
    Nobles must decide which faction to support in the bitter struggle for power. The stakes are high and those who choose unwisely have everything to lose. Sir Geoffrey Wardlow follows the Duke of York while others rally to King Henry’s cause, but one in particular company under the Royal banner is not all it seems, its leader bent on extracting a terrible revenge that will shatter the lives of the Wardlow family. and
  • The Truth of the Line by Melanie V. Taylor – In 1572, the good looking and talented Nicholas Hillyarde paints the first of many portraits of Elizabeth I, England’s “Virgin Queen”. His ability to capture the likeness of his patrons make him famous and his skills are much sought after by the rich and powerful members of the Elizabethan Court. His loyalty to Elizabeth even leads him to becoming part of Sir Francis Walsingham’s information network.
    One day he is approached by a young man with an intriguing commission. Hillyarde is to paint the man holding a lady’s hand – a hand which descends from a cloud – complete with a puzzling motto: “Attici Amoris Ergo”…
    There is something familiar about this young man’s face, and Hillyarde is led down a dark path of investigation to discover who this young man may be.
    Who is the young man? Has Hillyarde stumbled across a dark royal secret, and, if so, is there evidence hidden elsewhere? and
  • The Merry Wives of Henry VIII: A Tudor Spoof Collection by Ann Nonny – A collection of irreverent, tongue-in-cheek, side-splittingly funny Tudor history spoofs from the insane, but rather clever, Ann Nonny. and

For those of you who want something different from historical fiction, Gareth Russell’s wonderful “Popular” novels – Popular and The Immaculate Deception – which follow the antics of the teen it-crowd at Belfast’s Mount Olivet Grammar School, are also priced at 99p and 99c. They’re fun reads and great for teens. and
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4 thoughts on “Kindle Fiction Promotion 99p or 99c”
  1. Do you know if Simon Anderson will write a second part for the Claimant, and if so, when will it be published?

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