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Dreamspinner Sale

All my Dreamspinner Press stories are on sale right now at the Dreamspinner website. Get 35% off The Door Behind Us, my historical romance, and 25% off everything else.

Sale!

Billy Goat Stats Featured in Pop Up Sale about Athletes

Billy Goat Stats, my novel about basketball players, is featured today in a special pop up sale at Dreamspinner Press that features books about athletes. You can get the novel for 35 percent off until 5 PM EST today!

http://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=6396

Dreamspinner Paperbacks in Stock on Sale 50% Off

Dreamspinner Press is having a sale on all in stock paperbacks. You can get The Door Behind Us and Music Box for half price!

http://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/AuthorArcade/john-c-houser

Christmas in July: The Door Behind Us for 99 Cents

Wow. It’s been too long since I last posted. The good news is that I’ve been hard at work editing Billy Goat Stats, my sequel to Music Box. It should be on its way to Dreamspinner Press by the end of the month. I’ve also made serious inroads on a new book, but it’s too soon to say much about that, other than it’s contemporary, set in Philadelphia, and I’m really enjoying it.

Now on to today’s news. Dreamspinner Press is offering The Door Behind Us, my historical novel set just after World War I, for ninety-nine cents on their website as part of their Christmas in July Promotion. Please check it out, if you haven’t already. Music Box and Valentine Shower are on sale as well.

50 Percent Off Sale! Fly Up into the Night Air

Read an E-Book Week

Read an E-Book Week, March 4-10, 2012

Fly up into the Night Air is on sale for 50 percent off March 4 through March 10 at Smashwords. Use the coupon code REW50 to get the discount.

Description

Presenter Advocate Harte Walford wants to do the right thing and bring a cruel attacker to justice. His father opposes any involvement with the case because the victim may be a pretty boy—a male prostitute. The situation deteriorates when Harte discovers that the perpetrator has powerful connections on the town council.