One Stormy Day – Free from Amazon Kindle Store

One Stormy Day by James McCullough and Dennis Cos is free today from the Amazon Kindle store, and has received an average user rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 9 customer reviews.  You can pick up your free copy by clicking here or typing in into your computer’s web browser.

Category: Children (Illustrated)

Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:

One Stormy Day is the second book in the Porterlance Series. Ben and Sarah are trapped inside of the house and must find a creative way to use their imaginations to pass the time…. What mischief will they come across, and will they survive their adventures on the high seas?

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5 responses to “One Stormy Day – Free from Amazon Kindle Store

  1. Bruce

    How does it so often happen that you list things as free that actually aren’t? This book is very cheap at 0.99 but it’s not free.

    • Bruce

      Oops. Wrong book. I meant this in reference to “The Secret Keeper.”

      • Michael Gallagher

        The books are free when I send out the post, and could stay free for as long as several weeks or, in some cases, we’ve seen them only be free for less than an hour. Please make sure you check the pricing before you click the “buy” button!

  2. It continues to amaze me that people will ignore the “good” that is happening and instead complain that the “good” isn’t good enough.

    Mr Gallagher – thanks so much for what you do!

    Oh – and

    Please continue to do it. There are some of us “out here” who really appreciate it. I, for one, hope to live 35+ years – yet I highly doubt that I will be able to read the books I already have on my kindle2 and Fire. AND thanks to you, I just keep adding more.

    Bless you!


  3. James McCullough

    This one is my book, and it should be free through 16th. 🙂 If you get it and like it, please leave a review. So many Kindle purchasers don’t, and when you giveaway your books, you need the reviews to help you sell the paperbacks, etc…

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