March Mental Health Sale!!!

March, 2011, all seven of my full-length novels will be on sale! Been thinking about reading one (or all of them) but thought the price was a little steep? Now, you can get them for $0.99 each! Go to Amazon and type in "Samuel Ben White" and you'll see that all 7 of my full-length novels are on sale on the Kindle platform. Don't have a Kindle? You can read Kindle books on iPad, iPhone, Android, Blackberry, PC or Mac! The seven titles available are as follows (and you can read even more about them at


"First Time: The Legend of Garison Fitch -- Book 1" Garison Fitch, a scientist in the Soviet Americas in the early 21st century travels back in time to 1744. When he returns to the present, he discovers the world changed, with something called "The United States of America" where his old homeland used to be and a woman he's never met claiming to be his wife. Now, Garison must decide whether to travel back in time and try to return things to normal, or live in this strange world he created. (My best-selling novel!)

"Saving Time: The Legend of Garison Fitch -- Book 2" It's two years later and Garison discovers there are holes in time, and they're getting worse. He must find a way to travel back in time and keep himself from making the original trip through time. The only hitch is that he can't use his time machine to do so.

"Lost Time: The Legend of Garison Fitch -- Book 3" In the summer of 1947, two pilots in the Air Corps of the Republic of Texas are flying an experimental aircraft when they find themselves thousands of years in the future. When they return to their own time, the war has been over for two years and the country they fought for no longer exists. How could a trip to the future change the past?

"The Nice Guy" Private Investigator Bat Garrett is recruited by a shadowy government agency to undertake a mission of national security. After escaping several close calls, Bat begins to suspect he wasn't chosen for his skill, but to be someone's patsy. Can he live long enough to find out what's really going on?

"Psalm 88" Joe Whitcomb is a minister who hates God. Ellen is a teenager who tells herself she's recovering from her alcoholism and abusive past. Sometimes, it's easier to run from your past if someone's running along with you.

"So Many Books" (Just published!) Chris Farmer is an investigator with the BIA who discovers a 16 year old victim of abuse while running from his own relationally troubled past. Alyste Smith is teenager whose escape from her troubles has always been to bury herself in books. Chris learns to appreciate books and Alyste learns to appreciate life and both of their lives are changed by a little red-haired girl named Hannah.