Last Day to Purchase UNTIL for 99¢


Happy Friday, everyone!

Just wanted to let you know that this is the last day of my two-week "Beat the Winter Blues" sale. Until My Soul Gets It Right is only 99¢ for Kindle and Nook until midnight tonight. The novel has been getting great reviews and has a  4.5-star average on Amazon, 4-star average at, and a 4.5-star average on Goodreads .

Until My Soul Gets It Right (The Bibliophiles: Book Two)

"Until My Soul Gets It Right is another winner...Five stars"
— BigAl's Books and Pals

"I read it entirely in one day, I just couldn't put it down! Catherine Elbert inspires you to go out and do the things you want to do."
— Goodreads review

"This excellent addition to the series will endear readers to the Bibliophiles indefinitely!"
— Lovey Dovey Books blog

You can't run away from yourself.

Catherine Elbert has never been good at making decisions, whether it was choosing an ice cream flavor as a small child, or figuring out what she wanted to be when she grew up. The only thing Catherine knew for sure was there had to be more to life than being stuck on her family’s farm in Wisconsin.

While watching a PBS travel show, Catherine becomes entranced by Portland, Maine. The ocean. The lobsters. The rugged coast. Nothing could be more different from the flat, nondescript farmlands of Burkesville.

Despite her parents threatening to disown her and her brothers taking bets on how many days until she comes home, Catherine settles on Peaks Island, off the coast of Portland.

She is finally free. Or so she thought.

Ultimately, Until My Soul Gets It Right is a story about growing up, making peace with your past, and finding a little love along the way.

On sale for Kindle at Amazon and for Nook at It is also available in paperback, although not for 99¢, at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indie Bound, Books-A-Million.


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