A Small December Gift

I’ll try to keep this one short and sweet. One more blogging year has passed, the good people from WP just reminded me. The fifth one… Well, this blog has certainly survived far longer than I thought it would, thanks to the wonderful community I’ve discovered here. Thank you for your support, for your input, for all the time you offered me this year… and thank you for sharing bits of your souls and inspiring thoughts with all of us!

Since I’ve started this blog, a certain December tradition took shape. As my Christmas gift to you, a small token of my appreciation, you can download my books for free until the 25th  of December. Just click on any of the links below, depending on which retailer you prefer. (Unfortunately, I was only allowed to go as low as 0.99$ on Amazon.)

Feel free to download as many as copies as you want, offer them as gifts or share the links with those you think might enjoy the books. Happy reading and have a nice December!

https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/analinden

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/ana+linden?_requestid=538455

https://www.kobo.com/ww/en/search?query=Ana%20Linden&fcsearchfield=Author

and on iBooks, of course.

https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=node%3D154606011&field-keywords=ana+linden

Young, beautiful and independent Amalia refuses to apply traditional concepts to any of her relationships with men; therefore commitment, marriage and couple routine are not part of her vision on life. Cynical and highly aware of the realities of an unromanticized modern world devoid of long lasting feelings, Amalia appears to only seek the promise of a few moments of fleeting happiness next to the men in her life. The opposite sex is often no more than a refuge from all mundane problems and deceptions, so the young woman stubbornly refuses to settle down with any of the men who try to win her affection – that would only mean the death of her soul, independence and character

Regina is the woman everybody loves to hate and hates to love. Behind the gorgeous, demurred façade lurk selfish ambition, ignorance and a desperate need to find her happily ever after. The search for a man to rescue her and make her dreams come true follows a sinuous, often obscure, but entertaining path. Regina may try to deny it, but she is no innocent princess, Prince Charming can be a beast in disguise and modern-day happy endings are nothing like their fairy tale version.

There are no villains and no heroes, only people caught in a pivotal moment. One’s life course can be deviated in an instant and choices are often instinctive, not rational. Imperfect characters struggle with their duality and evolution, their reactions are the product of violence, physical and emotional abuse, neurosis, but also of love, hope and melancholy. Fear is what they have in common.

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