Boxed sets are a wonderful bargain, usually available in digital format only because of the deep discount our readers receive on these collections. Take a look at some of the boxed sets we’ve come up with over the last three years at Prairie Rose Publications and Imprints.
DOUBLE BOXED SET -- Two full length award winning novels by Meg Mims.
DOUBLE CROSSING – WINNER of the 2012 BEST FIRST NOVEL Spur Award from Western Writers of America AND a 2012 FINALIST for the USA BOOK NEWS Awards – for Fiction: Western. DOUBLE OR NOTHING – FIRST PLACE WINNER, 2013 LARAMIE AWARDS – Western/Mystery from Chanticleer Writing Competition
Make yourself comfortable in your favorite easy chair and grab yourself this special boxed set of Kirsten Lynn stories–SIX SIZZLIN’ MAVERICKS! These tales range from four short novellas to two full-length novels. Each one is a stand-alone story, introducing you to some of the toughest heroes, the most independent heroines, and of course—in Kirsten Lynn style—the hottest, most sizzlin’ love affairs a body could ask for!
MISADVENTURES OF A TONGUE-TIED WITCH by award winning author, Livia J. Washburn.
Aren McAllister is a beautiful but shy and withdrawn young woman who has battled a stuttering problem her entire life. But then, seemingly by accident, she discovers that she wields an incredible power: she is actually a witch and can cast potent spells . . . but only by singing them. Two novels in the Tongue Tied Witch series by best-selling novelist Livia J. Washburn. From the sandy beaches of the Gulf Coast to the bright lights of Las Vegas to the dangerous depths of an abandoned silver mine, Aren's quest is filled with adventure, romance, and humor.
And for the younger set…
FABULOUS FIVE! Five novels about the American West that will entertain ages nine and up.
The Phantom Ranger and the Skateboard Gang—Livia And James Reasoner
Codi Jackson has started a new school—again. Will she ever be able to settle down in one place and make friends? It seems unlikely, especially now that she has the ghost of her great-great-great grandfather appearing at the most inconvenient times! How can she explain him to her history project partner—and her own father? But Codi is determined to come to her dad’s rescue when he corrals a gang of young thieves on skateboards at a nearby mall—and they get some very unlikely help!
Waiting For a Comet (Jo Harper Book 1)—Richard Prosch
Racing a Dog Star (Jo Harper Book 2)—Richard Prosch
Twelve-year-old Jo Harper is fascinated by what people are saying about the return of Halley’s Comet. The year is 1910, and her little Wyoming town is full of speculation. In the first two stories of this series, Jo and her best friend, Frog, unravel some puzzling mysteries that even the adults can’t solve. Join Jo and Frog as they help the new constable, Abby Drake, take on taming what’s left of the Wild West in Willowby, Wyoming!
The Apache and the Pale Face Soldiers (The Saga of Indian Em’ly Book 1)-Sara Barnard
On the Colorado Trail (The Saga of Indian Em’ly Book 2)-Sara Barnard
Wind That Knocks Down Lodges and his little sister, Cactus Flower, must learn to survive among the Pale Faces who have taken them prisoner after their parents are killed. But how can a twelve-year-old boy protect himself and his sister from the Pale Face army men who are taking them away from their familiar surroundings into the unknown? Come along with Knocks Down and Cactus on their incredible journey that begins in the first two segments of the Indian Em’ly Saga, included in this collection.
FINDING THE SKY: (Jo Harper Books 1-4)
Twelve-year-old Jo Harper thought 1910 would be another boring year in the Wyoming range town of Willowby, Wyoming. Then tough-talkin' pistol-shootin' Abby Drake came to town and made Jo a deputy law and order woman...
Collecting four exciting Jo Harper novellas, Finding the Sky pits Jo and her friends against cattle rustlers, outlaws, a bank robber and a tinhorn gambler. With explosions of fire, flaming arrows, and a wild ride in a Model-T, Jo's introspective, early 20th Century life will never again be the same.
ON SOLID GROUND: (Jo Harper Books 5-8)
In 1911, when trouble comes to Willowby, Wyoming, thirteen year-old Deputy Constable Jo Harper is usually on top of it. But trouble has a way of following Jo, and strangers aren't always what they seem.
When old friends prove to be enemies, and enemies might be friends, Jo relies on all her wits to seek justice.
And sometimes just to stay alive!
Jo Harper rides the range again with Frog Beemer, Constable Abby Drake, McGee the dog, and a host of no good owlhoots. If you love rollicking old-fashioned adventure, grab this second volume of four novella-length stories.
Twelve-year-old Wind That Knocks Down Lodges loves his little sister, Cactus Flower, and the wildness of the desert canyonland the Apache call home. But in one night of misunderstanding and mistakes, Knocks Down and Cactus Flower’s innocent world is shaken as they find themselves locked in the nearby fort with the pale face soldiers and their mother’s lifeless body. With no one to lean on but each other, Knocks Down and Cactus Flower must make their way as children of The People in the pale face world—pale faces who have now become the enemy.
Over the last three years, PRP has grown to include SIX imprints! We are incredibly proud of every single one of our offerings in each of these imprints—and we hope you will enjoy reading some of our work. Our authors are bursting at the seams with stories to tell, in every genre. We hope you’ll find some of the boxed sets included here to your liking and come back tomorrow and the rest of this week for MORE fantastic reading to come your way!
Today, I'm wondering what readers think about boxed sets--do you like this new up and coming venue, or would you rather just buy the books individually and not "risk" different authors you might not be familiar with? Please leave a comment along with your CONTACT INFO in case you win!