A number of PubIt! NOOKbooks are on sale at $0.99. Here's a thread where some of the authors have been advertising their sales: http://bookclubs.barnesandnoble.com/t5/NOOKbook-Discussion/Holiday-sale-from-Authors-for-our-favorite-people-Readers/td-p/772356
Switched (Trylle Trilogy, #1) http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Hollowland/Amanda-Hocking/e/9781453860953Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble, a Paranormal Romance / Urban Fantasy (Book 1 of the Jolie Wilkins Series)
Try looking through KristyHaining's EssentiaLists
Try the BN classics series. Most are priced at $1.99
Would you like a paranormal romance adventure for 99 cents?
The apocalypse is nigh, and Char Meadowlark has to juggle two men, a pouty goddess, eco-terrorists, and find a way out of orbit back to a planet devolving into global thermonuclear war.
It's had some nice reviews, and the sequel is coming out in the next couple of days.
1923 It is $1.19
1923: A Memoir tells of a time and place when life, full of raw emotion, was never so real.
RReviewIt's a personal as well as a social history. Smith has the knack of bringing the times to life in a way that few writers can manage. It's the ability to tell a story, the knowledge of when to move on & not labour a point.
1923 is a book that succeeds in two ways with ease, both as a personal memoir of a life lived in a volatile age and as a record of that age for all time. --The Current Reader
"1923" is uplifting and highly recommended. --Midwest Book Review
1923: A Memoir is a protest against social injustice, corruption, war, famine, poverty, and societies blinded by greed. More importantly, it is the story of hope and the notion that anything can be overcome if desired. --The Publishing Guru
Product DescriptionTo say that Harry Smith was born under an unlucky star would be an understatement. Born in England in 1923, Smith chronicles the tragic story of his early life in this first volume of his memoirs. He presents his family’s early history—their misfortunes and their experiences of enduring betrayal, inhumane poverty, infidelity, and abandonment.
1923: A Memoir presents the story of a life lyrically described, capturing a time both before and during World War II when personal survival was dependent upon luck and guile. During this time, failure insured either a trip to the workhouse or burial in a common grave. Brutally honest, Smith’s story plummets to the depths of tragedy and flies up to the summit of mirth and wonder, portraying real people in an uncompromising, unflinching voice.