Deals, steals, and news from author Michelle Isenhoff.

A few years ago I did my most successful Twitter campaign ever. I simply tweeted chapter titles from my quirky Taylor Davis series along with the series landing page. I got scads of hits! Here were a few of my tweets:

Lesson #2: Pirates Sometimes Hang Out In Family Trees

Lesson #6: Guardian Angels Don’t Always Excel at Physical Combat

Lesson #16: Sightseeing Is Even More Fun without Gravity

Lesson #21: Consorting with Angels Puts You on Hades’ Most Wanted List

I gave away hundreds of copies of book one during that campaign. It's still free if you need a bit of humor or adventure to tide you over till summer. Grab a copy here and join Taylor and he navigates life lessons with a less-than-optimal guardian angel and the rest of his crime-fighting team.

Lauded by kids for its snarky humor, crazy predicaments, and bigger-than-life characters, Taylor Davis placed as a finalist in the kid-judged 2015 Wishing Shelf Awards.

Before you go, be sure to check out the books and promos featured below. They're always free or bargain priced. I generally bounce between speculative and historical fiction (the main genres I write in), and sometimes some fantasy, middle grade, or a bit of romance, just to keep things interesting. 

Happy reading!


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New Releases

Deals and steals:

If Outburst (the first book featured here) looks good to you, you can receive it for free here. Author David Mark Brown is releasing it serially directly to inboxes over the next few weeks.

Current Promos:

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Michelle Isenhoff

A former teacher and longtime homeschooler, MICHELLE ISENHOFF writes for children and adults. Her work has been reader-nominated for a Cybils Award, the Great Michigan Read, and the Maine Student Book Award. Michelle writes from Michigan where she bikes all summer and wears flip-flops all winter.