Fourth of July Freebie!

The Last Navigator

The Last Navigator
Copyright 2013 by J. G. McNease
Available on Amazon Kindle

The summer is in full swing and here in the South, it’s quite hot indeed. I’m pleased to announce that The Last Navigator will be free for TWO DAYS! That’s TWO WHOLE DAYS that you can download The Last Navigator for free from Amazon Kindle! As a Fourth of July treat, I am offering The Last Navigator for free on July 3rd and July 4th, just in time for those summer holiday vacations. Dip your toes in the cool resort pool while you read about Lani’s adventures in the beautiful Pacific Ocean. Let The Last Navigator take your imagination on a journey to the deep blue waters around the islands of Hawai’i as you lay on the beach and soak up the sun. Even if you aren’t taking a vacation, escape from the ordinary with Lani as she discovers the world of the Navigators.

I’m so excited to get the chance to offer this amazing story to you for free that I am making it a TWO DAY EVENT! If you haven’t gotten your copy of The Last Navigator yet, now is the time to do it. Want your friends to have a copy? Great! Let them know about this freebie and tell them to contact me using the form at the bottom of this post and let me know that you referred them. If someone you referred downloads The Last Navigator during these TWO DAYS only, I will send you an EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK of the companion novel to The Last Navigator: Through Ryan’s Eyes. This companion novel will not be released for months but you could take a sneak peek if you refer a friend!

Don’t miss out! Click on the book cover at the top of this post to download The Last Navigator for free on July 3rd and July 4th and I assure you, you won’t regret it!

Until next time…

J. G. McNease

Referred by a friend? Use this form to let me know!

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