About Pre-Orders


Pre-Orders are available at iBooks, Barnes & Noble, and Rakuten Kobo

A Pre-Order allows you to reserve a copy of a book ahead of the scheduled release date and usually at a discount, the key advantage of pre-orders! When the book is released it’s yours!

NOTE: If one or more of these websites do not offer the Pre-order discount price (as shown at the Current Pre-Orders Page), try a different vendor, but be sure to send an email to PLBakerBooks@gmail.com and let us know about the issue so we can follow up.

So, Pre-orders . . . yup it is a marketing tool as well as an incentive to encourage purchases by reserving copies ahead of time. It’s a convenient way to make sure you don’t miss that publication date! And you can rest easy knowing your credit card WILL NOT BE CHARGED until the actual release date. So, if at any time you change your mind, you can cancel the pre-order. It’s that simple.

Reserving an eBook (pre-orders)

Currently, iBooks, Barnes & Noble, and Rakuten Kobo, are the only online Smashwords affiliates who provide the Pre-Order option. Simply access their online book stores by downloading their apps to your preferred mobile devices. Set up an account then shop with ease. To find our books, type Peggy Lea Baker into the search box. Everything she has to offer will populate – whether available now or as a pre-order. Select the book you are interested in and follow the prompts.

Smashwords online retail affiliates

Non-Pre-Orders

If you prefer to wait until the actual publishing date to make a purchase or want to read a book via your computer, Smashwords is the place to visit. Click the blue button below and you will be redirected to the Smashwords website. Again, type Peggy Lea Baker into the search box to view her current available books. NOTE: you cannot take advantage of pre-orders at Smashwords, as they are technically a distributor and not a publisher. Even so, they do offer downloads of the manuscripts they distribute (unless the author says otherwise) and support all the platforms shown below on the right.