She spoke at one of the Book Bonanza panels I attended last year, and I've been meaning to try one of her books ever since.
I don't generally read Kindle books and I already own almost all of these either in e-book form or in paperback, but I got them anyway. Free is nice, and I could see myself rereading them while waiting in line at the grocery store. Also, I used my "purchase" of the Kindle version of Binary Witness to get the audibook for $1.99 on Audible. I've been wanting to listen to it for a while, and since it's an Audible Exclusive, I don't think it's possible to ever find it in Overdrive.
If you don't know about this series, it stars an agoraphobic hacker and the ex-con who manages to convince her to let him clean her house and occasionally make her something to eat.
Heck of a thread over in one of my goodreads groups (Serious Overload of Series) with some freebies.
'Tis the day for internet browsing ... warn me if you see me shelving something you know is awful or is by one of those authors who interact weirdly/negatively with reviews.
*sigh* the turkey is cooking in the oven and starting to make the house smell so appetizing -- but it takes so long ...