Bestseller for a Day 1/6

Just wanted to let everyone know about this great deal from the Bestseller for a Day program. This wonderful program is a way to get new books at a great price. They also feature Indie writers, giving them valuable exposure.

Here’s a little more info to entice you:

Anyone who buys the feature book and signs up for a newsletter on Bestseller for a Day website can qualify to have the purchase price refunded for any of the bonus buys that they purchase.  They will also have their name entered into a draw for Kindle. That’s a great deal!  This month there are 5 bonus buys!!!  This means that in a nutshell, readers can get 6 books and potentially a Kindle for 99 cents this month!

Book feature:

The Mancode by Rachel Thompson

Blurb: Is it possible to truly expose men?

Thompson explores controversial questions like:
Can we outrun our DNA? Will we women always be slaves to our talkative nature (après sex)?
Will men never be free of the chains of emotional withholding?
Can we transfer man’s paper towel changing abilities from garage to kitchen?
But more than that, it’s about all the levels in which we communicate…viewed through
Thompson’s looking glass of humor and deconstructed with her special brand of snark.

Bonus buys:

The Myth of Mr Mom by Jeremy Rodden et al

Blurb:

The Myth of Mr. Mom is a collaborative non-fiction essay anthology written by stay-at-home
dads that shares the personal stories of eight men from around the world.

The goal of the book is to help bring awareness to the fact that men are just as capable
as women of being the primary caregiver, homemaker, and stay-at-home parent. We feel
that there is a societal bias against stay-at-home dads that does not exist for stay-at-home
mothers and seek to bring our stories to the public.

Filled with humorous anecdotes and eye-opening personal experiences, The Myth of Mr.
Mom is simultaneously inspiring and entertaining.
Pups in Teacups by Carolyn McCray*

Blurb:

Dr. Carolyn McCray has treated thousands of small dogs over the years and seen
some big heroic acts from tiny dogs. And lots and lots of silliness. After years of
simply telling her stories to friends and colleagues she was finally convinced to put
these tender and playful stories into a collection.

Hence Pups in Tea Cups: Tales of “Littleness” overcoming BIG odds was born.

*I also want to mention I just did a review for Pups in Teacups, which can be found here, so check that out if you’re interested in that particular book. It was a really cute read, sure to please dog lovers of all sizes.
Muse Food by Amber Scott and Jess McCallum

Blurb:

Has a funk has been following you like a shadow ever since that last rejection letter showed
up in your inbox?

Does just the thought of writing make your stomach hurt?

Your critique partner insists you should try an outline because it would help you so, so much
yet the very idea makes you gag. Ugh.

Never fear! MUSE FOOD is here!

The Dee View by Dee Dee Robson

Blurb:

Dee Dee is just a bitter mother, a chick with a potty mouth, who didn’t expect it to be this
hard. She love Martinis (she swears, she didn’t drink before she had kids), parties (socially
sanctioned places to gather and drink) and kids who are quiet. She is a full-figured girl,
redefining Fat Chic while wearing very high heels or the world’s most expensive orthopedic
shoes.

Dee Dee has an opinion on everything, and as you can probably tell already, she’s dying to
share it in “The Dee View!”

Our Indie Experience – an Anthology

Blurb:

The trend is hot, being on the fence is difficult. Your wait is over.

How did Kindle bestselling authors like Carolyn McCray and Amber Scott get their indie
start?

What trials and challenges have Rachel Thompson and George Sirois faced along the way?

Eleven indie authors share their indie experience with you, to learn from, laugh over and
nod your head in agreement.

What are you waiting for? Hop on over and pick up these books today, and make The Mancode a Bestseller for a Day!

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