Monday, October 26, 2009

When Night Falls


I just found out that When Night Falls is number one at the Kindle Store. It is a free download of a story I wrote last year. It was the prequel to What Sarah Saw which was the first book in the Love Inspired Suspense continuity this year. It is a long short story (20, 000 words). If you want to get a copy, it is here at Amazon.

Blurb for When Night Falls:
A violent encounter in a deserted parking lot is FBI agent Sam Pierce-s only clue to the menace who is stalking child psychologist Jocelyn Gold. A random event? Or a client-s revenge? When darkness falls, the danger deepens....

14 comments:

PamelaTracy said...

Congrats, Margaret, number one at the Kindle store sounds impressive. I'm still trying to wrap my mind around all the new Kindle information. Do you have one?

Margaret Daley said...

I don't have a Kindle. Maybe one day.

Margaret

April said...

When Night Falls sounds great. Blessings
tarenn98[at]yahoo[dot]com

Project Journal said...

Sounds really great, Margaret! I don't have a Kindle, but now I wish that I did : ) I just found What Sarah Saw and CANNOT wait to read it. Wish I could read this one!
Hannah

Margaret Daley said...

Hannah, it might still be available at eHarlequin as a regular download (free). If you email me, I can see if I have a copy on my computer (margaretdaley at gmail dot com).

Lisa Mondello said...

I would so love to have a Kindle. Maybe something to put on my Christmas List. Congratulations on having the story released!

PamelaTracy said...

I almost bought a Sony, but the store was sold on. Now I'm waiting to see what the Barnes and Noble e-reader looks like. I might get enough gift cards between my birthday and Christmas to pay for most of it. LOL

Project Journal said...

Oh wow Margaret! That'd be really cool thanks!

Pamela, that's a great idea : ) Something I would totally do!
Hannah

Lisa Mondello said...

Actually, I just saw he B&N Nook is it is VERY cool. That's the one that may end up on my Christmas List.

Edna said...

sounds like a good read but I love to hold the books in my hand, don't ever want to have to read them on the pc and I never could see them on one of these Kindles, never saw one. But if you want to give the book away then enter me.

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Project Journal said...

Lisa,
I would suggest researching the Nook extensively before purchasing. I know I've heard some people who were VERY excited for it, but have recently found more(negative) information about it. Something to do with sharing or something. Sorry to not know what it is, but I do know that they were really disappointed and completely turned off from using it now. Hope that helps : )
Hannah

Dana Mentink said...

Way to go Margaret!

Debby Giusti said...

Margaret, your stories are always great. I'm reading MERRY MAYHEM and love it!!!

Congrats on the Kindle placing!!! Whoo-hoo!!! I'm starting to wonder if I'd enjoy a Kindle. Changing the font size would be fun and would certainly help my tired eyes!

Lisa Mondello said...

Hannah, I know some people have mentioned that you can't transfer WORD files to the NOOK and with a Kindle you can have Amazon transfer them for a fee. But as long as I can create a PDF file, the NOOK will load those and I don't have to pay any extra. The thing I like about the NOOK is that you can "test drive" it at any Barnes and Noble store. That's always a plus!