Amazon Discounted Non Fiction Ebooks (Wednesday, Apr. 24)

October Baby

Eric Wilson

Price: $1.99

Being adopted before I was a year old, I have a similar story. Mine went a bit further to the point that 3/4 of a year ago I not only felt like I wanted to commit suicide, but If it wasn’t for God stepping in a millisecond before I tried to commit suicide, I would be in he’ll no doubt right now.
October Baby not only is something I can grasp onto knowing I’m not alone, but the messages found inside encourage me to look to my future,
“I’m alive for a reason.”
The book itself is written so amazingly, and the story is ‘moving’ at a comfortable pace for me, unlike other books that go to slow, or to fast.
My emotions were most definitely matched at times or even more extreme than Hannah’s was. At certain times If I was in that situation, which is probable, I definitely would of lashed out to her parents, and pull the ‘I’m-not-a-minor-anymore’ stunt.

I most definitely recommend this book to ALL adopted teens or even adults out there!

Christian Newby

A novelization of the acclaimed film that broke the box office top ten even in limited release, October Baby tells the inspiring story of college student Hannah whose increasing anxiety and sudden collapse point to the surprising circumstances of her birth. Hannah soon learns from her parents she was adopted and is the survivor of a failed abortion attempt.

Bewildered, angry, and confused, Hannah turns for support to her oldest friend, Jason. Encouraged by his adventurous spirit, she joins his friends on a road trip, embarking on a journey to discover her hidden past and find hope for the unknown future.

Along the way, Hannah finds that every life is beautiful, and that life can be so much more than what we might have planned.

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Queen of the Waves (An American Tapestry)

Janice Thompson

Price: $.99

I thought a love story aboard the Titanic would be a disaster, only because of my dislike for the Titanic movie, but author Janice Thompson has a way with descriptions and dialogue that made Queens of Waves a delight to read. The characters are well-developed and likeable. The romance between Tessa and Nathan is more believable than the one between Jack Dawson and Rose DeWitt Bukater (played by Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in 1997’s Titanic). And unlike the movie, Queen of Wave’s ending isn’t predictable. Overall, I enjoyed reading the book and it has definitely sparked by re-interest in the Titanic legacy.

Coffee Ramblings

When pampered Jacqueline Abington secretly elopes with the family gardener, she asks another woman to take her place on the much-anticipated maiden voyage of the Titanic.Tessa Bowen hails from a poor corner of London but has been granted the opportunity of a lifetime—a ticket to sail to America aboard a famed vessel. But there’s a catch; she must assume Jacqueline’s identity. For the first time in her life, Tessa stays in luxurious quarters, dresses in elegant gowns, and dines with prestigious people. Then a wealthy American man takes an interest in her, and Tessa struggles to keep up the ruse as she begins falling for him. When tragedy strikes, the game is up, and two women’s lives are forever changed.

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Rebecca’s Rose (Forever After in Apple Lake)

Jennifer Backstrand

Price: $1.99

Oh My Oh My what can I say about Rebecca’s Rose, it was better then Kate’s Song and I loved that book. Author Jennifer Beckstand is now on the top of my favorite Amish authors list. She can write like no other. I was so wrapped up in this book I had no idea what was going on in the world around me. I laughed, I cried, and I was one very happy women that it all ended so well. I LOVE Rebecca and Levi, this is a book I will reread many times. 5 stars is not enough I give it 10 stars. I must warn you, you will NOT put it down until the last page. I need Jennifer to hurry up and write the next book 2013 is way to long to wait!

M. Fields

With her mother ill, Rebecca Miller must take care of the house, the farm, and her younger siblings. Although she feels trapped at times, Rebecca is determined to fulfill a promise made to a dying friend. Then she meets a boy with good looks and a mischievous glint in his eye who just might help her keep her vow. Levi Cooper was born into an Amish community and lived there until his father died and his mother married an Englischer. When shunned by their Amish relatives, they lived as Englischers. Now haunted by painful memories and on the path to self destruction, Levi meets a lovely, adventurous Amish girl. Rebecca’s growing attachment to Levi could lead to the loss of everything she holds dear. And will the secrets he keeps separate them forever?

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