Today’s EOTD included S.R. Johannes’ Untraceable plus Lucy Liew and Lisa Lim’s My Mormon Crush, My Dog Eats Poo

Wavin’ atchya, RG2E-Land Ereading Peeps!!!

Welcome to The RG2E or Welcome Back!!!

We’ve got another round of EOTD (Ebooks of The Day), and we’re sooo excited to share ’em with y’all!

And remember, each day, here at The RG2E, we giveaway up to 50 Ebook Gift Copies of our EOTD!

Here’s how you win:

  1. Make sure you’ve signed-up for The RG2E via Email (you’ll find the sign-up box at the top of the right sidebar on our Home Page)…you only have to do this once.
  2. Each day then, simply leave a comment in our Comments Section as to which Ebook you’d like and for which Ereader.

That’s it!  That’s all you gotta do to be eligible to win each and every day here at The RG2E!

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Also, we launched our Second RG2E Ereader Giveaway this past weekend!!!  So, if you’d like to be the new owner of a Kindle Fire, here’s where you enter to win one:

http://bit.ly/A9RACx

Okay then…let’s take a look at today’s EOTD, which feature Ebooks in the following genres/sub-genres:

Young Adult (YA/Thriller)

Humor (Teen Lit)

Let’s dive right into today’s EOTD…

Young Adult (YA):

Author: S. R. Johannes

On Amazon , B&N Nook  and Smashwords

Price: $2.99

Word Count: 85,000

Grace grew up in the woods. When her forest ranger dad disappears on patrol, she fights town authorities, tribal officials, & nature to prove he’s alive. Torn between a hot boy and cute ex, she heads into the wilderness to find her dad. Soon, Grace is caught in a web of conspiracy, deception, and murder. It will take more than a compass and motorcycle for this tough heroine to save all she loves.

Humor (Teen Lit/Novella):

Authors: Lucy Liew & Lisa Lim

On Amazon

Price: 99 Cents

Word Count: 33,000

A fun mix of politically incorrect South Park and Teen Lit. Sixteen-year old Lili is on the cusp of womanhood when several things go awry:

She unexpectedly crushes on a Mormon Missionary.
Her brothers think they are ninjas.
She thinks she’s a ninja.
Her mom is doing Yogalates (a combination of Yoga and Pilates)
Her dad thinks he is MacGyver.
Her dog eats poo.

As if all the above was not enough, Lili finds herself tragically entwined in a Love Triangle, just like every protagonist in the Young Adult novels she reads.

In addition to all that, and calling Crazyville, Utah her home, things can’t get much nuttier for Lili. Or can they?

NOTE: My Mormon Crush, My Dog Eats Poo is a Young Adult/ Teen Lit novella of 33,000 words (approximately 148 pages in paperback). This Young Adult title may also appeal to adults with a warped sense of humor.

WARNING: Irreverent humor, politically incorrect humor, tons of pop culture references and as the title would suggest . . . there’s loads of toilet humor. Mild profanities and mild sexual innuendos. Recommended for ages sixteen and up.

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***Note: Later each day – around noon or so – you can also go to the pages on The RG2E site for each of your fave genres and find even more terrific scoop on each of today’s EOTD as well as great info about their authors too!!! These pages also include all the previous EOTD too…so you’ll never miss out on any of our EOTD!

***Note: All prices listed are as each Ebook was priced at the time its EOTD Post was created.

Okay, Y’All, that should give ya some superfab Ereading for the day!!!

See you tomorrow for more Ebooks to fill your Ereaders!!!

The Best of The RG2E Ereading Wishes — D. D. Scott, RG2E Founder

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14 thoughts on “Today’s EOTD included S.R. Johannes’ Untraceable plus Lucy Liew and Lisa Lim’s My Mormon Crush, My Dog Eats Poo

  1. Both of these stories sound good. I would love to give Untraceable by S.R. Johannes a try for Amazon kindle.

  2. Hi there,
    This sounds like a good mystery here!
    May I request Untraceable by S.R. Johannes for Kindle please.
    Thank you so much,

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