Free Book!

Attention all lovers of free stuff:

Hey everyone, Adam Johnson here. I’m doing an Amazon Kindle giveaway of my novel, Loud, Disorderly & Boisterous, on July 1st and July 2nd.

Just go to:

http://www.amazon.com/Loud-Disorderly-Boisterous-ebook/dp/B006OTB5K0

…To download your free copy.

A little bit more about Loud, Disorderly & Boisterous:

    Imagine for a moment that you are a dangerously clever, thoroughly over-educated sixteen year old, who feels wholly disconnected from her current station in life and rather hates her father. Imagine also that you have the further misfortune to find yourself alive during the 13th Century, that your father is the philistine King of a small Central European country, and that he does not approve of the fact that you can quote Aristotle more expertly than you can curtsy. Finally to top everything off imagine that you have just learned that you are to be married off to a German nobleman who believes that you will make an excellent pawn in an ongoing struggle to become Holy Roman Emperor… 
   

What do you do?
   

If your name is Aletheia––first and only daughter of his Royal Highness Edward IX, and most indubitably born in the wrong century––you proceed to flee. If your name is Aletheia you also find yourself embarking on a bizarre and comic odyssey across perilously chaotic medieval Europe. During her journey our heroine will encounter cross dressing Romanians, bamboozle criminally incompetent highwaymen, crush spherically odious tutors (using only the power of pure logic), and, in at least one desperate instance, impersonate the Virgin Mary, all in the hopes of reaching a final destination that is about to be sacked by an army of waylaid Crusaders…

Praise for Loud, Disorderly & Boisterous:

Weird, Original, Hilarious–Karen

A gem–DJ

Loved the book! …Written with a dark/sarcastic sense of humor which makes it a real treat to read! Loved the characters, especially the Aletheia–Heather (goodreads)

If you haven’t read this yet, what are you waiting for?–iggabod (LibraryThing)

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