All Up in My E-Reader (September Edition)

It’s that time again. I’m allowing full disclosure of the books I’ve downloaded to my Kindle in the last 30 days. Right now you can get a touch screen Kindle of your own for $79. That’s a great deal! This month’s e-reader edition is all about mega deals. Three out of the four books I downloaded were free! Don’t sleep on author promotions. Signing up for your favorite author’s newsletters and/or stalking or,…-er following them on Facebook definitely pays off. I hope you see something that sparks your interest! Click on the pic or title for deets.

Deep fried troubleTitle: Deep Fried Trouble (Eugenia Patterson Series Book 1)

Author: Tyora Moody

Genre: Mystery, Thriller &  Suspense /Christian Fiction

Book Description: 

Widowed and officially retired, EUGEENA PATTERSON throws herself into organizing the neighborhood association. This presents a great opportunity to re-connect with old friends and get to know new neighbors like recently widowed Amos Jones, that is until Eugeena stumbles upon her estranged neighbor’s dead body. Eugeena’s daughter is fingered as a prime suspect, but where is she?

Determined to find her missing daughter, Eugeena and Amos sort through a list of neighbors with shady or unknown backgrounds. The more she searches, the more Eugeena becomes unsure about this neighborhood association idea. Someone closer than Eugeena thinks, wants to keep it that way.


The FaultBook Title: The Fault in Our Stars

Author: John Green

Genre: Contemporary/Love & Romance

Book Description:

Despite the tumor-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a gorgeous plot twist named Augustus Waters suddenly appears at Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel’s story is about to be completely rewritten.

Insightful, bold, irreverent, and raw, The Fault in Our Stars is award-winning-author John Green’s most ambitious and heartbreaking work yet, brilliantly exploring the funny, thrilling, and tragic business of being alive and in love.


Long windingTitle: A Long & Winding Road: A Cargiver’s Tale of Life, Love, and Chaos

Author: Linda Brendle

Genre: Memoir

Book Description: 

“Sometimes, reality really bites. Alzheimer’s has wrapped Mom’s brain into knots; vascular dementia has attacked dad, and instead of carefree retirees, we have become caregivers. Regardless, dreams die hard, and we somehow stumbled into the purchase of a forty-foot motor home. That’s when all four of us set out on this seven-week trek across sixteen U.S. states. Now, Dad stopped up the toilet again; Mom wet her last pair of clean jeans, and David just announced he was hungry. My head is beginning to pound, and I know this isn’t going to be the easygoing retirement we imagined for ourselves.”

Linda Brendle takes you on a roller-coaster ride of emotional and spiritual challenges that many families are facing right now. Co-dependency, mental breakdowns, and finding love after divorce are just a few of the issues weaved into this journey of caregiving.


Paint meBook Title: Paint Me Gone

Author: Molly Greene

Genre: Mystery/Women Sleuths

Book Description:

Private Investigator Genevieve Delacourt is hired to find a missing sibling, but it proves to be a convoluted task. The search is complicated by two things: the woman was thought to have committed suicide over twenty years before, and she was the only suspect in a stranger’s murder before she disappeared.

Gen’s client, Sophie Keene, revives the case when an unsigned painting that depicts her sister in unmistakable detail finds its way into Sophie’s hands. The painting holds the key to the missing woman’s story, and as Gen unravels the mystery, the threads of her own complicated romantic life fray out of control.

In need of help, Gen turns to old friend and one-time romantic interest SFPD Detective Mackenzie Hackett and his insider access to the cold case file, and is forced to fully confront her feelings for the man after their unresolved past.

 I haven’t gotten a chance to read any of these yet. My TBR list is crazy long. If you decide to check any of these books out, let me know in the comments below! 


11 thoughts on “All Up in My E-Reader (September Edition)

  1. I’ve been eying Deep Fried Trouble for quite some time now, but I’ve finally added it to my (ever growing!) TBR list. And I didn’t even realize that The Fault in our Stars was based on a book. I heard nothing but good things about the movie but the story seems so sad! Anyway, thanks for sharing these!


    • Yeah, TFIOS does seem sad, but looks like a great read. I meant to see the movie when it was in theaters, but kept putting it off. It’s all good though, because now I can read the book and watch the movie and complain about how the book was so much better. It’s my preferred method for watching movies based upon books. #nerdfun


  2. I have got to say the title of this post “All Up in My eReader” made me laugh. Love it! Reminds me of when people say, “Stop being all up in my business.” 🙂


    • Lol! That’s exactly the vibe I was going for. I have a bit of an addiction to books, especially inexpensive e-books. I let y’all all up in my literary business every month with these posts. I hope you’ll find a book you enjoy in one of them! 🙂


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