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She Writes Press Spring Ebook Sale!

Stock up on ebooks for less than $1!

March 6-10, 2017

Our Spring ebook sale is back! Stock up on some of our favorite She Writes Press titles from March 6 – March 10, 2017 for only .99 cents each! As you gear up for spring break, spring cleaning and spring vacations, it’s the perfect time to grab some fun new reads!

Wondering which titles you might like to spring for? Find your next spring ebook fling with this handy guide:

Looking for a reflective read? Consider these memorable memoirs:

Accidental Soldier by Dorit Sasson – At just nineteen, Dorit Sasson drops out of college to volunteer for the Israel Defense Forces.

Blue Apple Switchback by Carrie Highley – After Carrie Highley realizes she’s been denying her authentic self, she decides to embrace herself and share her sexuality.

The Full Catastrophe by Karen Elizabeth Lee – Karen Lee resurrects her life through Jungian psychology after the death of her husband.

Queerspawn in Love by Kellen Anne Kaiser – A coming-of-age memoir that deals with identity politics and maintaining a relationship.

The Shelf Life of Ashes by Hollis Giammatteo – Hollis Giammatteo reveals her experiences working with the elderly and dealing with aging.

The Space Between by Virginia A. Simpson – Bereavement care specialist Dr. Simpson must care for her mother when she is diagnosed with a life-threatening illness.

There Was a Fire Here by Risa Nye – The story of how Risa Nye dealt with the loss of her home and neighborhood in Oakland, California after a devastating fire.

Veronica’s Grave by Barbara Bracht DonskyVeronica’s Grave is the story of a resilient girl coping with the loss of her mother and family secrets.

Looking for an enthralling novel? Peruse these fiction titles:

A Girl Like You by Michelle Cox – In 1935 Henrietta Von Harmon goes undercover in Chicago’s underworld and falls for the inspector.

Appetite by Sheila Grinell – Jenn Adler’s parents try to convince her not to go through with a wedding when she returns home from India with a man she intends to marry.

The California Wife by Kristen Harnisch – In the sweeping, poignant sequel to The Vintner’s Daughter, the Lemieux family strives to establish an American winemaking dynasty at the turn of the twentieth century.

Center Ring by Nicole Waggoner – Five modern women try to find balance in their relationships and daily lives while running into a few challenges.

Conjuring Casanova by Melissa Rea – ER physician Elizabeth Hillman travels to Venice, Italy where she meets a modern day version of Casanova.

A Drop in the Ocean by Jenni Ogden – Neuroscientist Anna Fergusson moves to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and finds love.

Eliza Waite by Ashley E. Sweeney – In 1898, Eliza Waite moves to Alaska after the tragic death of her husband and awakens her sexuality.

The End of Miracles by Monica Starkman – After a devastating miscarriage, Margo Kerber lands in a psychiatric ward due to depression and  soon escapes.

Expect Deception by JoAnn Smith Ainsworth – A squadron of U.S. Navy psychics battle against an evil Nazi wizard.

Glass Shatters by Michelle Meyers – Charles wakes up with amnesia and must uncover more memories to find his missing wife and daughter.

The Lucidity Project by Abbey Campbell Cook – Max Dorian joins a therapy program that will help with her severe depression on the astral plane.

Parting Gifts by Katrina Anne Willis – The three Mathers sisters all work to overcome their own personal hardships and a shared loss.

Start with the Backbeat by Gariné B. Isassi – Jill Dodge faces the nuances of race, class and culture in 1989 as she looks for a rap artist for her music label.

Tasa’s Song by Linda Kass – Inspired by true events, this story follows Tasa Rosinski and her Jewish family’s life living underground to escape Soviet control in 1943.

Time Zero by Carolyn Cohagan – Set in an extremist dystopian society, fifteen-year-old Mina Clark is led down a path of rebellion that could be detrimental.

The Tolling of Mercedes Bell by Jennifer Dwight – As a new paralegal at a California top-notch law firm, Mercedes Bell is in for a whirlwind as lies and love emerge.

True Stories at the Smoky View by Jill McCroskey Coupe – Vrai discovers an orphan boy named Jonathan after her friend Skip’s funeral and together they uncover the truth about his death.

Looking to learn something? Check out these great non-fiction titles:

The Art of Play by Joan Stanford – Joan Stanford shares her discovery of the beautiful imagery in our daily lives.

Erotic Integrity by Claudia Six – Dr. Claudia Six explores ten sexual themes about truly embracing who you are as a sexual being.

Falling Together by Donna Wilk Cardillo – A self-help guide that discusses being renewed and determining when your life may be falling apart.

Green-Light Your Book by Brooke Warner – A guide for aspiring and indie authors on how to navigate through the ever-shifting publishing industry.

The Way of the Mysterial Woman by Suzanne Anderson and Susan Cannon – These two leadership development pioneers reveal how to empower yourself and conquer the challenges of being a woman.

The Self-Care Solution by Julie BurtonThe Self-Care Solution gives insight on how to maintain self-care while navigating motherhood.

Soul Psalms by U-Meleni Mhlaba-Adebo – The Zimbabwean American poet’s collection of poetry about finding yourself.

Stay, Breathe with Me by Helen AllisonStay, Breathe with Me highlights the importance of putting care and compassion back in the medical field.

Tell Me Your Story by Tuya PearlTell Me Your Story guides readers through the stages of therapy by connecting your mind, body and spirit.

The Longest Mile by Christine Meyer – MD Christine Meyer writes about her journey witnessing loved ones fight cancer and her activism for inspiring health in her community.

This Way Up by Patti ClarkThis Way Up provides seven tools to women who want to follow their dreams and learn to be the best version of themselves.

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2 Responses to "She Writes Press Spring Ebook Sale!"

  • cindy roesel
    March 6, 2017 - 6:44 pm Reply

    Awesome collection! I’ve read several, but there are so many more!

  • Bella Mahaya Carter
    March 6, 2017 - 9:09 pm Reply

    I just bought a bunch. Lost count. I love SWP books, and have already read many. Looking forward to more great reading. Thank you, SWP!

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