Last Week! We Hope you Found Something Good to Read from our Shelves During the COVID Shutdown
Here are our last ten choices for Week Eight.
JUST $.99 Each in eBook format
You Save $2.98 On Most Books.
We know even if you’re home and the bills are covered, it’s been a scary time. The virus has reached, and will continue to reach, into our communities, and life has been difficult.
The authors at Who Chains You Books wanted to make our books accessible to ALL during this time. The best way for us to do that is to offer them in eBook format at the minimum kindle price allowable:
JUST $.99 EACH!
Rest assured, you don’t need a kindle device to read our books in kindle. All you need is a smartphone OR the tablet of your choice, including the iPad. Just download the free kindle app from your app store, use your normal Amazon login in, and you’re all set up and ready to go! Then you can choose any of our 10 weekly selections from the links below (or ALL of them), and your titles will be sent right to your kindle app reading library on your device.
We wish you all the very best during this scary time. We hope you’ll enjoy our books, and get to know some of our authors. Reach out to them through their social media, and drop them a review on Amazon. Your reviews help our authors reach a wider audience. Be safe, we’re thinking of you.
This Week’s selection Includes books for all ages, from pre-school on up. Choose from the below titles:
By Tamira Thayne
The hairy beast growled and lunged at Baylee, his rusted logging chain straining to break—like it did every morning she cut down his back alley. She hadn’t dubbed him “The Wrath of Dog” for nothin’….
By Samantha K. Riggi
Illustrated by April Pedersen
Fifteen year old Gabriel is chosen by his village to travel to Old Guinea, where he must face the rulers to stop them from destroying the planet. With the impacts of global warming in full effect, Gabriel leaves his village with evidence that there is still time to reverse the damage and repair the planet…
By Ronnell Jackson
What was that, a meteor? Some kind of aircraft? As the dogs and their friend Icebox investigate The Case of the Mysterious UFO, truths about the mistreatment of animals on our planet and the disappearance of their fellow canines come to light, and their world will never be the same…
Written by Brandy Herr
Emma learns what it’s like to love again, finds herself not one but two caring families, and even gets the chance to pay it forward, becoming a real-life hero in the process…
Written and Illustrated by Rhonda Van
Squeak felt something big and wet lick him. Yuck, what was that? A dog’s tongue? The dog picked Squeak up in his wet mouth and ran happily around the yard. “EEP EEP!” Squeak cried. “EEEP! EEEEP!”…
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Written by The Rats of Happy Endings Rat Rescue
Translated into English by Heather Leughmyer
While owning a human can sometimes prove to be a challenging experience, it can also be very rewarding if you know how to handle them. The key lies in finding the human who is right for you, and ensuring that they do not share their homes with legless creatures of the reptilian variety….
Written by Tamira Thayne
Interested in checking out a fiction series that advocates for chained dogs too? Get your start today with The Chained Gods Series by Tamira Thayne. The King’s Tether can be read either before or after The Wrath of Dog, shown above. Discover the roots of the Chained Gods Series in this 6,000 word prequel story to the paranormal world of 17-year-old Baylee and her crew.
By Tamira Thayne
The Knight’s Chain, a short story, precedes The Curse of Cur, and can be read before Book 2 of The Chained Gods Series or after to flesh out the character of the Knight.
The Akita was massive, a fine example of the breed—with the single exception of his current physical state: skeletal, matted, and attached to a cement post by a thick logging chain. He refused to let those things bother him, however; they were mere nuisances, after all….
By Laura Koerber
Anna didn’t even know she had an aunt. Aunt Moira had appeared the day after Anna’s parents died in a car crash: a tall grey figure through the screen door, silhouetted against the bright sun. But Anna hadn’t warmed to her aunt or her pug, whose eyes eerily tracked Anna’s every move. Something wasn’t right…
By Laura Koerber
Two worlds intertwine in this second of the “Our Side” Collection, where Mediators, Protectors, and Listeners travel the countryside of a simpler world to bring justice and harmony—yet outliers, dragons, ghoblainns, and shapeshifters bely the truth of a society that may not be so simple after all…