Tweaky Procrastination

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I’m still behind in my NaNoWriMo word count, though now I can partially blame it on tweaking my back yesterday. Not sure how it happened. I’m feeling better today, though a trip to the chiropractor is now on tomorrow’s schedule.

I planned to get some writing in this morning, but found myself wandering over to my favorite method of procrastination: free ebooks! So, let my word loss be your gain.

I was trolling the nonfiction, looking for reference material and I found a couple of interesting books. One is particularly relevant to my novels. It’s a guide to getting your first tattoo. I don’t have a tattoo, but several of my characters do, particularly my main character, Paul. I have tattooed friends, including a tattoo artist, and I even watched her ink a friend. Still, it’s good to have a written guide to refer to.

The other book is a guide to Jane Austen’s house. This book includes diagrams and room by room descriptions. I think it’s an excellent resource for someone writing historical fiction or regency romance. Even if you write in neither of these genres, you never know when you might have a situation where your characters enter an historical home.

  Tips For Getting Your First Tattoo by Jacob Fairclough
Thinking about getting your first tattoo? Don’t do it without considering everything involved. The eBook, Tips For Getting Your First Tattoo is the perfect source to help tattoo beginners get started in the awesome world of ink.

  Behind Jane Austen’s Door by Jennifer Forest
Behind Jane Austen’s Door takes you on a tour of a Regency house, room by room, to explore the delicate challenges and the beautiful lives of Jane Austen’s women. Jane Austen did not place her stories in castles or on the battlefields, but in that one building so important to Elizabeth and Elinor, a home of their own. What was life like for Jane Austen’s women in the home? From drawing room diva, to mother, wife and savvy housekeeper, Jane Austen’s women lived fascinating lives in their homes. Behind Jane Austen’s Door is 14,500 words, perfect for a few hours relaxing reading.

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Disclaimers and Disclosures

I found these books via Amazon’s Kindle eBooks store. Resources for free Kindle and other format eBooks are listed in my sidebar.

These freebies are limited time offers, so there is no guarantee any of these books will still be free when you click on the links. Grab them sooner rather than later.