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Hey readers!

First, just a quick note to let you know we have switched email companies from Mailchimp to Mailerlite, and that is why you received our previous newsletter again this morning. Hopefully that will not happen again and there won’t be any interruptions in our newsletters being delivered to your inbox.

On to the fun stuff.

I think summer is officially here with the number of giveaways going on out there in cyberspace. We have another one for you, but the Summer Madness Giveaway is great because everyone has a chance to download 18 FREE books. And for every book you download,  you have your email address entered in for a chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card. This giveaway is too good to pass up! All you have to do is enter here.

Also, if you haven’t checked out the Summer Love Giveaway, do so now. This giveaway includes more FREE and $0.99 books for everyone and a chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card. Only two days left! To check out the books and enter the giveaway, go here.

Just make sure if you tell your friends and family about the giveaways that you let them know that Forbidden Blood is free in the Summer Madness Giveaway and $0.99 in the Summer Love Giveaway. Thank you to everyone who spreads the word! We appreciate it!

Until next time!


About the author

R.L. Kenderson

R.L. Kenderson is two best friends writing under one name.
Renae has always loved reading, and in third grade, she wrote her first poem where she learned she might have a knack for this writing thing. Lara remembers sneaking her grandmother’s Harlequin novels when she was probably too young to be reading them, and since then, she knew she wanted to write her own.
When they met in college, they bonded over their love of reading and the TV show Charmed. What really spiced up their friendship was when Lara introduced Renae to romance novels. When they discovered their first vampire romance, they knew there would always be a special place in their hearts for paranormal romance. After being unable to find certain storylines and characteristics they wanted to read about in the hundreds of books they consumed, they decided to write their own.

By R.L. Kenderson

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