This is worse than when I had dial-up access.

This is worse than when I had dial-up access.

Is your internet slow today?

Well no wonder!

Ka-tons (that is a scientific term for “a lot”) of people should be downloading copies of both of my books FOR FREE.

Starting TODAY (Friday the 17th) and ending at midnight on Sunday, the 19th the only two books I ever wrote are yours, free, in e-book form, on Amazon.

If you don’t have a Kindle, then get yourself a Kindle Ap. I hear they’re everywhere. Amazon offers one for free, go figure.

You want Kindle Ap? We got Kindle Ap.

You want Kindle Ap? We got Kindle Ap. What else you need?

Just don’t miss this opportunity to save yourself some $$$$ and snag some extra-fine reading for your pile of books you’ve been meaning to read.

 

This is a 412 page-turner!

This is a 412 page-turner! So you’re getting your money’s worth.

This is my new novel. It’s serious historical fiction set mainly in Paris (France, not Paris Island or Paris, Texas or Paris Hilton) during the early to mid-1900’s.

Just because it’s based on the real life of my grandmother, don’t think that this is some kind of “chick lit.” Yes, women will love it. But men will enjoy it too. Think Hitler, guys. And sex. Yes. I said sex. I’m not saying that this is like a James Bond thriller, but, men, there’s intrigue, and sex. Did I mention sex?

For your free copy in the US, click here.

For your free copy in the UK, click here.

For you free copy in France, click here.

Although the book is available worldwide, those are really the only markets Amazon gave me links to. If they give me more, I’ll put them on my Never Turn Back Book Page

Still not sure? Let me share one of the 5-star reviews I already have gotten on the book.

“Dreaming of becoming a famous designer, the protagonist, Meri, burns through on the page in a once vibrant Paris bracing for Hitler’s invasion. Faced with a pregnancy by a Jewish man, Meri is intent on keeping the secret and surviving at all costs in an increasingly hostile environment. Never Turn Back is a captivating narrative, a metaphor for the longing and conviction of youth that surmounts horrors and tragedies. In one heart-wrenching turn after another the brilliant writing of Lorna Lee weaves a compelling tale—based on real people—that glues the reader to the page and keeps the imagery of this story in our minds, and hearts, for days after the last page is shut.” Review by Paulette Mauhrin, author of The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap and the newly released His Name Was Ben.

I decided to give away free copies of the second edition of my award-winning memoir because…well, why not?

I'm in the book.  I'm also available for social gatherings. No cats, please. They distract me from my general cuteness.

I’m in the book. I’m also available for social gatherings. No cats, please. They distract me from my general cuteness.

Many of you may not have read it, and, believe me and lots of other readers, it’s one funny yet poignant book.

I mean, how could you resist reading about how this clueless kid grew up to be this clueless blogger?

I mean, how could you resist reading about how this clueless kid grew up to be this clueless blogger?

Just because this book is about me, don’t think it’s not about you–even you guys out there. It’s about how life throws lightning bolts at you (well it did at me–twice), but you have to stop smoldering and get on with living the best life you know how. Okay, if you’ve never, ever, had a bad day or a problem in your life, then this book isn’t for you. Everyone else, you’ll probably find something inspiring in this funny book.

I'm thinking I don't need to read this book about life's ups and downs. I've only ever known the ups.

I’m thinking I don’t need to read this book about life’s ups and downs. I’ve only ever known the ups.

Don’t believe me? Fine. How about this 5-star review from a reader named Doris?

“How Was I Supposed to Know? The Adventures of a Girl Whose Name Means Lost is a story about love, life and second chances.

It was not what I expected; I thought it was going to be another boring memoir; it was not boring at all Lorna is very funny and approached her memories in a different way this made the book very appealing, it seems I was reading a novel not a memoir. The book is beautifully written, easy to read, and the pictures help the chapters as they progress. I was there through the entire ride, her childhood, marriage, the drinking, the pain and lessons.

Please Read this book…The book is about love the kind of love that we often forget but is the most important.”

For your free copy in the US, click here.

For your free copy in the UK, click here.

Go to my How Was I Supposed To Know Book Page on my blog to learn more about the book and for links to other markets.

No free lunches, though, People!

Wha...? Dis ivn't ree? Gulp!

Wha…? Dis foo ivn’t ree? Gulp!

I really need your honest reviews on Amazon. If you do a review on your blog, send me the link via email so I know about it and I can reblog to send traffic to you, okay? You’ll find my email on each book’s page referenced above.

Um. Where's my thesaurus? I need more superlative adjectives for my reviews of Lorna's writing. Frankly, I'm blown away. I have to get these books on the pre-school summer reading list.

Um. Where’s my thesaurus? I need more superlative adjectives for my reviews of Lorna’s writing. Frankly, I’m blown away. I have to get these books on the pre-school summer reading list.

Only I could turn a reminder into a 900 word post. Sorry!