Get Into the Storm 40% Off!

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I just received the following information from my publisher…

Save 40% when you order Into The Storm for $2.99 in the EverAfter app and use coupon code istorm299 .

When the Blitz begins and bombs start raining down on London, both RueAnn and Susan must find the strength and courage they never knew they had in order to survive. They form a friendship out of the city’s ashes, one that helps them weather the storm as they wait for news from the front—from the men they love, have lost, and hope desperately to find once more.

Set against the backdrop of a remarkable era, INTO THE STORM brilliantly explores relationships in wartime, when the passion shared in just one day could sustain love for a lifetime and the love borne of one night’s deception could become the truth that saves a life.

Offer ends April 1/15

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Into the Storm – The Countdown Begins!

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Into the Storm is available for pre-order now at any of your favorite booksellers.  The book officially becomes available March 31st.  Join me on the 31st from 6-8 p.m. MDT for a celebration of its release.  I’ll be offering information about the book, the setting–and of course, I’ll be giving away goody bags, gift certificates, and prizes!  And don’t forget, there’s still a few days to enter Diversion’s drawing for 5 free books to be given away that day.  Check my tweets @lbinghamauthor for details!

Unveiling Party!

Join me for an Unveiling Party on my Facebook author page (www.Facebook.com/lisabinghamauthor) this Saturday from 6:00-8:00 p.m. MST.  At that time, I’ll unveil the cover for my soon to be released World War II epic Into the Storm (March 31, 2015).  I’ll post the cover, interesting facts about the book and its setting, London’s Blitz, and excerpts from my novel.  I’ll also be giving away goody bags, prizes, and free books!  All you have to do to enter is “like”, “comment”, or “share”!

Can’t wait!  This is one “literary baby” that took several years of labor, and I couldn’t be prouder of the results.