March's Books To Read

Dear book buddies,
March has some incredible bookish happenings going on that you won't want to miss out on. Check them out below!
Calling all writers!
Ever wanted to join NaNoWriMo, but come November the holidays seem to snatch up all your time? Well, have no fear! Camp NaNoWriMo is being held this coming April to help you finish your writing project! The camp begins April 1st, so sign up soon.
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Write This Way Indie Author Fest
On March 24, 2018 the second annual Write This Way Indie Author Fest will be hosted at Ponchaveli Studios in Dallas, TX from 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm. Stop by for door prizes, lessons from many notable guest speakers, and to visit the many local authors at their booths!
Also, if you're a writer you won't want to miss out on entering in the Future Author Contest for a chance to win a book cover design.
Event Details
Book Giveaway Ends March 15!
Only 6 days left to enter to win a FREE copy of If I Wake by Nikki Moyes!
Synopsis: Will is sixteen year old Lucy’s best friend. Their lives intersect in dreams, where destiny pulls them together through different times in history. Even though their meetings are more real to Lucy than the present, Lucy is uncertain if Will exists outside her mind. 
Lucy’s mum thinks there is something wrong when Lucy sleeps for days at a time. 
She is so caught up with finding a cure she doesn’t see the real problem. Lucy is bullied at school and is thinking of ending her life. 
When the bullying goes too far and Lucy ends up in a coma, only Will can reach her. But how do you live when the only person who can save you doesn’t exist?
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March Featured 99 cent book
Interested in a short Dystopian Romance to read on your spring break? Then check out Vulnerable by Patricia Loofbourrow! Published January 29, 2018 this new release is bound to captivate you.
Synopsis:  In the far future domed city of Dickens, no mercy is given. So when Eleanora Bryce finds her husband dead at his own hand, she finds herself trapped between the truth and his mountain of debt. Eleanora faces debtor’s prison — or worse — unless she can find a way out of Dickens. But can she return to the city which ruined her husband and murdered her son?
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