Shop now Shop now Shop now  Up to 50% Off Fashion  Shop all Amazon Fashion Cloud Drive Photos Shop now Learn More Shop now Shop now Shop Fire Shop Kindle Shop now Shop now Shop now
Customer Discussions > Meet Our Authors discussion forum

Kindle eBooks between £1 and £2

Discussion moved to this forum by Amazon on 5 Jan 2012 22:38:57 GMT.

Sort: Oldest first | Newest first
Showing 101-125 of 1000 posts in this discussion
Posted on 22 Jan 2012 16:44:32 GMT
Mel Comley says:
My three thrillers are all under £2.00

Cruel Justice (DI Lorne Simpkins (Book one)) £1.70
Impeding Justice (Revised version) (DI Lorne Simpkins thriller (Book Two)) 72p
Final Justice (Lorne Simpkins thriller (Book Three)) £1.70

Posted on 22 Jan 2012 16:59:39 GMT
[Deleted by Amazon on 22 Jan 2012 17:23:25 GMT]

Posted on 22 Jan 2012 17:33:50 GMT
My first novel is a comedy about relationships from a guys point of view. It has been called a Bridget Jones for men, or 'lad-lit'. You can check it out here and it is priced at £1:

The Drought

Posted on 22 Jan 2012 18:54:15 GMT
ty Jan, seems a really good read, added to my list is growing big!

Posted on 23 Jan 2012 00:12:41 GMT
Last edited by the author on 23 Jan 2012 00:13:27 GMT
Thanks Sue W. I think you will enjoy A FACE TO DIE FOR.
I took a look at all your fav authors and your long wish list and I can't believe that we both like so many of the same authors and books! And our TBR lists are equally as long. Many of the authors I've met and know quite well through The Romantic Novelists' Association. Val Wood lives quite near me and we're good friends. I adore her novels too.
I'd love to know what you think of my books, as you are clearly such an avid reader of the romantic novel. Please also take a look at my other published Kindle book THE SECRET.
Btw, I'm sure you will enjoy Jackie's "Tainted Tree". I did, very much.
Best wishes and happy reading,

Posted on 23 Jan 2012 00:48:03 GMT
Thank you Jan, have we really got similar tastes? yes, I've read all of Val Wood books to date! I met Lesley Pearce when she lived in my home town [my name to fame hehehe] and I have a signed book I won from Freda Lightfoot that I treasure.

The Secret, yes I have that waiting to be read. Thanks Jan x

Posted on 23 Jan 2012 02:07:31 GMT
Stone Franks says:
All of my stuff that I have put out myself is under £2 or under $2 (except Now Watch Him Die in the US and the hard copy stuff that isn't self-published). Now Watch Him Die is a double bill I did for FIDO Publishing with two stories in, both are speculative horror suspense. One story is about weaponised zombies, the other is about a psychic detective playing a torturous game of cat-and-mouse. The psychic detective can connect to murder scenes by touching the murder weapon, but he is trapped in a house filled with hidden medieval torture devices and execution weapons hidden in the fixtures and fittings. Every time he touches one he goes on a mind-shredding trip into the painful past. Action and plot, but also quite violent.
The Ghosts of Sector 376 more zombies in a story that asks the questions "can zombies see ghosts? can you haunt the undead?" An experimental story with no dialogue, accepted by a publisher who never paid and optioned for a graphic novel/comic book. I think this is only 77p!
The Practical if you like Victorian villainy, secret societies and anarchic anatomists in search of the next carve up this is probably your gladstone. For less than one of the Queen's pounds, guv'nor, strike a light!

Posted on 23 Jan 2012 11:20:27 GMT
Cheap but not exactly cheerful. A story about crime and corruption in a hypothetical near future.

Shallow Victories - £1.53

Posted on 23 Jan 2012 14:13:56 GMT
I have two books out at exactly £2.00. Check them out here: Tomorrow Blossoms
Serendipity House

Those under £2.00:
Rubies and Other Gems - the Novel
Midnight and Holding (short story collection)

Cheers to all.

Posted on 25 Jan 2012 12:52:50 GMT
Last edited by the author on 26 Jan 2012 14:13:19 GMT
Words to the Wise: Book One (The Awakening)
Words to the Wise: Book Two (Towards Darker Climes)
I have perceived tears in rain from a cloudless sky as I tread the plains of a slowly perishing world. The Earth laments; its groans infest the winds; its pleas plague dreams that slowly unravel the horrific truth of my past. Society scorns me; god reveres me, but still my reflection haunts me. Know me, for I am he who navigates the nightmares of humanity ... I am The Wanderer.

Cornelius (he who lances the warts of witches for fun)

Posted on 25 Jan 2012 18:22:50 GMT
Last edited by the author on 25 Jan 2012 18:23:49 GMT
Alison Buck says:
Hello everyone ;-)

ABIDING EVIL is a supernatural horror thriller, but not a gore-fest.

A sleeping menace is roused deep in the darkness of the forest.
For decades it grows, biding its time, reaching out to tug at the ordinary lives of those living beyond the shadow of the trees.
Their children begin to disappear.
Unaware and unsuspecting of the danger, a group of families, friends for many years, journey to a newly re-opened hotel. It stands alone in a clearing a mile or more within the forest boundary.
For some this will be their last reunion.

In 18 ✭✭✭✭✭ reviews (Amazon UK and US), Abiding Evil has been described as:


Enjoy ;-)

Alison Buck
Abiding Evil
Devoted Sisters
Both titles available on Kindle (£1.99),
Kobo, WHSmith, Apple iBookstore, Google eBookstore
and in paperback.

Posted on 27 Jan 2012 19:04:11 GMT
Mary Bale says:
Water Weal (Inspector Campbell Mysteries) £1.54
Twisting Tide (Inspector Campbell Mysteries) £1.54
These are the second and third books in the series respectively. (The first one Smoke Shadows is under a pound.)
All by Pamela St Abbs

Threads of Treason (Anglo-Norman mysteries) £1.54

Posted on 28 Jan 2012 18:14:12 GMT
When time is short, why not read something short? Midnight and Holding, my short story collection, is a mix of humor, pathos, and serious observations in approximately 12,000 words.

Check it out and see if it suits your taste.

Rubies and Other Gems - A woman's trip back in time puts her present problems in perspective. (This is the short that inspired my novel of the same name.)

The Shed - A newly erected garden shed is the catalyst that reconnects a driven executive with his wife and children.

Harvey's New Suit - A woman buys her husband his first new suit in years.

Rainbow Years - A carefree youth calls to mind a woman's own dreams and desires.

Mad Dogs and Fishermen - A humorous account of an innocent suggestion taken to extreme.

Midnight and Holding - A parent's rite of passage.

Posted on 29 Jan 2012 12:01:10 GMT
Minijax says:
All my works are under £2 at the moment. This includes my genealogical novel, Tainted Tree - a young American adoptee's quest to find out about her English family in Surrey and the West Country.

A Bottle of Plonk - a cheap bottle of wine gets passed from one character to another - and one situation to another - without being consumed.

Harry and other heroes - a dissertation on children's fiction - a non-fiction dissertation on children's writing through the 20th century, and a comparison with the first four Harry Potter books.

Also five short stories - you'll find details of them on my author page.

Posted on 29 Jan 2012 14:21:21 GMT
Dave Traves says:
[[ASIN:B0072ADNKA Jack and the Meerkats is my first publication to come out in eBook format, it is a perfect bed time story for children of all ages and their parents to read.
The eBook is complete with beautiful classic black and white illustrations that work brillantly on Kindle.
I have already had a lot of positive feedback and hope you will take a look particularly if you are a parent or carer.
Thanks writers and readers
Dave Traves
Jack and the Meerkats

Posted on 31 Jan 2012 09:17:15 GMT
MadCow says:
Barbara Scott Emmett

`Hello?' A sleepy, vague and irritated voice answered at last.
`Paul? It's Lauren.'
`Uh? Who?'
`Lauren. Your sister. Lauren.'
`Oh Lauren. Oh! Lauren! What you ringing me at this time of the froggin night for?'
`I'm in a spot of bother.'
`Espotta--? Where?'
`It's not a place, Paul, it's a situation.' Lauren leaned her brow against the cold metal of the phone booth and closed her eyes.
`I thought you were in Germany visiting Katti.'
`I am. But listen. Listen. Some weird things have been happening. I was kidnapped.'
`Are you on drugs? I always suspected Katti of--'
`Paul! Shut up and listen.' Her voice was urgent but low. `It's not a joke. Katti's been kidnapped as well.'
`You're winding me up.'
`I'm not!' Tears sprang into Lauren's eyes. Why wouldn't he take her seriously? `Two men grabbed me and took me to some chalet somewhere. I don 't know where...'
She realised she didn't know where she was now, either and a wave of misery engulfed her. `Paul, it's the truth. I was kidnapped but I escaped.'
`Oh yeah, like you do.'
Lauren groaned. `This is not a joke, Paul. Please. I'm in a service station somewhere. I just wanted someone to know. In case I go missing again.'
`How will I know if you're missing again? I didn't know you were missing the first time.'
Frustrated, Lauren forced a long breath out through her clenched teeth. `I'll find out where I am and ring you back,' she said, biting back her anger. `If, after five or ten years go by, you chance to wonder why you haven't seen me for a while, this will be the last place anybody ever heard of me. Okay?'


Posted on 31 Jan 2012 15:45:10 GMT
Hi, I'm thrilled to be totting up some good reviews already for my latest novel A Face To Die For.
This romantic novel was such fun to write... mostly set in London in the swinging 1960s and into the 1970s, is all about the fashion business... and begins as young graduating art student, Annabel Spencer is about to leave art college. Told from her viewpoint, it follows her eventual rise to fame as a fashion designer... how a strikingly beautiful girl whom she meets for a brief period at college becomes pivotal to her success and how these two women's careers and love lives become uncannily and fatally entwined.
It tells an intriguing love story hampered by loose morals, drug taking and emotional conflict - at a time when anything risqué goes - and frequently does. This novel reveals the scandal and glamour of a fascinatingly decadent and revolutionary period in modern history.
Please take a look...

Posted on 1 Feb 2012 18:05:20 GMT
MadCow says:
Way Hey! In the charts again!

The Bumble's End by Jimmy Bain
£1.91 at the moment.

Rose to 38, now dropped to 43 in Hard Boiled.

Posted on 2 Feb 2012 19:48:58 GMT
SIRIUS says:
Set your head on fire, as Yeats might say. The first fiction to use the new paradigm for "Celts" * rather than rehash fantasy images or anachronisms for ancient Eire:

BENDING THE BOYNE: A novel of ancient Ireland by J.S. Dunn.
350 pp print, and via Kindle/apps/Nook.

Winner, 2011 Next Generation Award (USA), historical fiction.

"...thought provoking and entertaining."
The Irish News, June 2011.

* See for example, Cunliffe and Koch, editors, Celtic from the West: Alternative Perspectives from Archaeology, Genetics, Language and Literature (Celtic Studies Publications)

Posted on 3 Feb 2012 13:08:09 GMT
Last edited by the author on 3 Feb 2012 13:08:42 GMT
M. White says:
Thanks for the thread, if I might mention my titles (all 77p at the moment I think)

Geb's Revenge
Sayed and Omar are the keepers of an ancient and sinister secret. Now the secret wants out, and a peaceful little museum is about to get an unwanted donation...

The Night the Aliens went on Strike
When noise abatement officers Colin and Tony investigate a complaint one wintry night, they little suspect the culprits are not of this Earth...
Now, drawn into an intergalactic employment dispute, they must fight to save the world - and sort out a barking dog or two

Ashraf Farouk; Tourist Police
Whether smashing a drug ring or investigating a sinister vegetable, nothing fazes Cairo's crookedest cop - particularly if there's a backhander to be made

Shoehand Spook
The true memoir of a British secret service agent, captured by the gestapo during WW2

Best wishes

Posted on 6 Feb 2012 13:32:17 GMT
Gecko129 says:

Shadowland is a story of historical fiction set in Dark Ages Britain.

`I have lived more years than I can remember, probably more than the sum of all your years combined. Kings have called me friend and brigands have sworn to burn the flesh from my bones even if they have to search all seven halls of the shadowland to find me.'

On the night of midwinter's eve, a storyteller takes his listeners back to the Dark ages and a tale from his youth.

Deserted by its Roman masters, Britain has been invaded by the Saxons at the invitation of Vortigern, traitorous leader of the Britons. Now, as the tribes unite to reclaim their land, one man must rise to lead them and become their true and only king.


Posted on 6 Feb 2012 14:44:54 GMT
Fancy a bit of 1960s nostalgia? My latest novel A FACE TO DIE FOR is now out on Amazon Kindle, and has already received some excellent reviews.
This romantic novel ... mostly set in London in the swinging 1960s and 1970s, was such fun to write. It's about a young graduating art student, Annabel Spencer (told from her viewpoint), as we follow her career and eventual rise to fame and fortune as a fashion designer. But how could Annabel have known that a beautiful girl whom she met for a brief period at college would become a famous top fashion model, and as such, would soon become pivotal to her own phenomenal success? The plot twists and turns as these two women's careers and love lives become uncannily and fatally entwined.
It tells a fascinating and sometimes shocking love story, hampered by loose morals, drug taking and resulting emotional conflict - at a time when anything risqué goes - and frequently does. This novel reveals the scandal and glamour of probably one of the most decadent and revolutionary period in modern history. Well worth a look...
Best wishes

Posted on 6 Feb 2012 15:19:38 GMT
Lee Emerick says:
20 Years After The Zombie Apocalypse
Harriette Madyson is the last woman alive. Twenty years ago her world came to an end when a zombie plague engulfed the population of Earth. At the tender age of seven she found herself in a nightmarish situation where the dead literally returned to life. Left with little to use and nowhere to hide Harri now finds herself stalked across the frozen desolate landscape of North America pursued by the former love of her life. All that she has to keep her going is the hope that she can make it home to die in peace.

Survival After The Zombie Apocalypse
Konnor Roland picks up from where Harriett Madyson left off in the next installment of the Zombie Apocalypse series.
In the last bastion of the old world, Konnor finds humanity's future threatened again, as the machinery of the past they have grown reliant on breaks down.
With little choice, Konnor must enter an old military underground bunker full of danger and death to repair a water purifier before mass panic ensues above ground, bringing an end to the last survivors of the Zombie Apocalypse.

Both of the above books are available together as The Zombie Apocalypse

Mind of a Killer
To catch a notorious serial killer known as The Hacker, Detective Ian Rivers puts to work his famed psychic abilities to track him down.
From a young age, Rivers has been able to see through the eyes of murderers as he observes them committing their crimes from within his own dreams.
In his most challenging case yet, Rivers finds that the serial killer he is tracking down can talk back to him in his dreams. As much as the dreams can aide Rivers and the case, The Hacker also prospers from the strange gift and is able to use it to remain one step ahead of his pursuer.
As The Hacker targets Rivers family and friends, Rivers finds himself in a race against time to out smart serial killer and attempt to figure out how he can be seen by him in his dreams.

Extinction Theory
Sydney Trent, a mass extinction theorist unfortunately finds one of his darkest theories becoming reality as humanity faces it own possible extinction. In a race against time Sydney must face and fight his own demons as the dead literally take to their feet. A spin on the popular zombie genre this book goes against the grain by exploring what else could create and drive a zombie as well as a nightmare zombie outbreak!

Super Nova
Set over 100 years in the future, Commander Jack Emerick finds him self in a difficult situation. His team have been tasked with securing a disabled military facility in a far flung uninhabited area of space. However when they get there they find something far more sinister than a mutinous crew or terrorist activity that threatens the future survival of all mankind.

Mechanical Jihad (Super Nova)
Sequel to Super Nova
Jack and Cantrell return to find themselves in troubling times. Yet again the Mechanicals are plotting against humanity only this time their plans come to fruition. This latest tale in the Super Nova series finds humanity on the brink of extinction as they fight for their very right to survive. Live and let live is something that the Mechanicals do not understand.

Three Lee Emerick books in one volume
Contains Extinction Theory, Super Nova and Mechanical Jihad

Posted on 6 Feb 2012 16:03:30 GMT
"The ultimate alternate history"

Hi all,

Please check out The Destiny Fog, a unique speculative fiction novel.

Borne and Trieste are young lovers from radically different backgrounds, on a world shaped by mysterious entities known as the Guardians. These guides established a stable and prosperous path for humanity to follow, but are now gone, and the world faces its greatest crisis in history -- a catastrophic volcanic eruption has led to famine, disease, and war. Borne is wounded on the field of battle and struggles to survive. Trieste, torn in multiple directions, must choose between following her heart and following her sense of duty. And the leading adherents of the Guardians struggle to keep global society from collapsing entirely.

Rated 5 stars, but only £1.98 on Kindle!


Posted on 6 Feb 2012 16:17:59 GMT
Minijax says:
Snowed in a looking for a Kindle book under £2.00? Please try Tainted Tree, a genealogical novel with ten 5* reviews.

A surprise bequest from an unknown benefactor brings American adoptee, Addie Russell, to the UK to find out about her English family. Her search takes her to Surrey and the West Country and spans the 20th century, and she uncovers secrets that both shock and thrill her.
[Add comment]
Add your own message to the discussion
To insert a product link use the format: [[ASIN:ASIN product-title]] (What's this?)
Prompts for sign-in

Recent discussions in the Meet Our Authors discussion forum

  Discussion Replies Latest Post
Meet the Author: William Meikle 206 1 hour ago
something to read on the commute? 520 9 hours ago
Books with 5 star reviews 1421 10 hours ago
Looking for something to read this weekend? 1195 13 hours ago
Indie Authors Self Promo 4581 1 day ago
Keep on Plugging..... 1778 1 day ago
Do You Have Book On Kindle? 6936 1 day ago
YA titles 600 1 day ago
YA - Young Aliens 0 1 day ago
Fiction and Nonfiction Books 604 2 days ago
Crime/thrillers/mystery 463 4 days ago
What's in a title? 6 5 days ago

More Customer Discussions

Most active community forums
Most active product forums

Amazon forums

This discussion

Participants:  337
Total posts:  1700
Initial post:  7 Sep 2011
Latest post:  21 Mar 2016

New! Receive e-mail when new posts are made.
Tracked by 32 customers

Search Customer Discussions