#Free Days! The Dubious Heir eBook Editions to Giveaway

The dubious heir cover design
A gigolo who doesn’t know he is the heir to the throne and a Notorious Pirate’s daughter become involved in a deep plot to overtake the throne. The story is about a gigolo who is heir to the kingdom but doesn’t know it. It takes place in a tavern in a university town. The crux of the story involves someone reading a diary. The client is the daughter of a well-known pirate. She employs the gigolo knowing he is the heir to the throne. Her plan is to kidnap him and hold him for ransom and the release of her father who is being held prisoner in the Dungeon of Luxonbulm.

I haven’t met a person yet who doesn’t like receiving a free eBook. That’s exactly what I have for you. I’m not sure how long I will make this book free. It could be a week, a day, or a month.

What I’m hoping for is some reviews in exchange. I’d love to give away free paperback editions but I can’t do that at this time. I’m recovering from surgery. I need not say more.

Once I’m back to work, maybe then, I will be able to send out a free paperback or two on GoodReads. Until then, please enjoy my latest creation while I slowly begin to pound upon the keyboard as my recovery continues.

At this time, The Dubious Heir can be found free at iBooks, Kobo, and Smashwords. Barnes & Noble should be following suit in a few days. The Kindle Edition may take a few weeks unless you contact them and tell them that you have found this book free on another site.

Enjoy your Hot & Sexy Historical Romance!



Another #Goodreads #Giveaway

Did you enter to win? If not, here’s another chance. Click the link to enter your chance to win a paperback copy. (Autographed)


Goodreads Book Giveaway

The Dubious Heir by Lydia  Clark

The Dubious Heir

by Lydia Clark

Giveaway ends March 21, 2015.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

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What do you know? The winner will be chosen on my Birthday :)

eBooks or Print – What’s Your Preference?


English: A Picture of a eBook Español: Foto de...
English: A Picture of a eBook Español: Foto de eBook Беларуская: Фотаздымак электроннай кнігі Русский: Фотография электронной книги (Photo credit: Wikipedia)



E Books have been hot for the past few years. Are they still as popular as they were last year?
How many of you have gone back to reading print books?
I’ve noticed the cellphone screens are getting larger and larger. Have you ever read an eBook on your cellphone?
Did you find it just as easy to read on your cellphone as you did on your e Reader/Tablet?
Me, I keep bouncing back and forth between print books and eBooks. I kind of like the big books, as in anything over 300 pages, to be on my Kindle instead of in the print form. Between the weight of the book, and the thickness of it. Or, having to store that book when I’m done makes all the difference in the world on whether or not I go and buy that book in a particular form. It is so much easier to lug around a book like Game of Thrones: Fire and Ice on my Kindle than it would be to lug it around in a paperback book. I don’t always want to carry a big purse with me when I go to work. I usually leave my purse at home in fact. Everything, I might need, is stuffed into my lunch bag instead, and there isn’t always enough room in the bag for a thick 800-page book.

Books in the Douglasville, Georgia Borders store.
Books in the Douglasville, Georgia Borders store. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

How about you?
Do you still like reading an eBook?


By the way, I’m still reading and enjoying The Game of Thrones: Fire and Ice. I’m looking forward to reading the next book in the series. I just hit the half-way point.