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Ladies, gentlemen and shapeshifting teen werewolves, The Betrayed, the first book in The Lost Words series, will be available for zero-cost e-book grabs between April 10 and April 14, included. The clock beginneth at the stroke of midnight, Pacific Time. So if you don’t own a Kindle copy just yet, this is your chance.

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Rejoice! ‘Tis the holiday season, and I am feeling ultra-uber-benevolent. Over the next two weeks, no less than five different titles of my fantasy repertoire will be free for grabs on Amazon Kindle. Anywhere between 2-3 days, each book will star with zero cost, up for grabs. You should, plus review the books, because you never know when a new contest will come up, and that means gadgets and prizes.

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Kind of confusing, do you geddit. Do you? Anyhow, the latest SFFWorld.com anthology, You Are Here – Tales of Carthographic Wonders has been officially released, and you can merrily find it on Amazon. This one features 18 stories, one of which is mine – called Forward, as I’ve already hinted in my article from just a few days ago. So please, help yourselves, and I truly hope you enjoy it. P.S. And a teaser story for this anthology is out there, too! Title? A Tale of Guns and Goats and Velvet Coats. Yes, go read it. For free. More details coming soon.

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As obvious as it sounds. I am giving away five copies of The Amazing Adventures of Dashing Prince Dietrich in this first-of-its-kind Amazon giveaway on The Lost Words. I am quite keen to learn how it pans out. This sweet little opportunity is open to Amazon members with a US shipping address. Why only the US you may ask? Because rules and such.

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Ladies, gentlemen! Brace yourselves. The end is nigh! I mean, come the first day of December, the Dedoimedo 2016 contest concludes. What is this all about, you may ask, intrigued. Well, there’s this little contest I’m running on my main website. You read my books, you rate them, and you get a chance to win a BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition Tablet, FHD model no less. Neat, right.

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Gentle reminder, dear fellas! I am running an Ubuntu tablet contest, pitted against the gory chore of YOU reading my books and giving them a truthful appraisal. He who reads dares. And he who dares wins. Maybe. At the beginning of December, we will tally up all the reviews and one shall go home with an Aquaris M10 FHD tablet as a prize for doing some honest literature.

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Shiver me timbers. Today, Dedoimedo celebrates 10 fine years of operation. Neat. Smooth. In fact, so smooth, he’s a smooth operator. In the past decade, this site has loaded some 70 million pages to its unsuspecting readers, offering knowledge and humor, mostly the former. Time to celebrate. So what’s in there for you?

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The Amazing Adventures of Dashing Prince Dietrich has been published! The silliest book of the year is here, and you are more than welcome to grab yourself a copy. Paperback for now, with Kindle coming in a week or two. The name of the series? Woes & Hose. How about that.

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I am feeling benevolent. ‘Tis the holiday season, and that means free gifts for all. If you feel like reading some decent fantasy-themed prose, you might want to visit the Amazon domain in the coming two weeks. Starting December 16 all the way till New Year’s, the Kindle edition of the four books in The Lost Words series will be free for download, one after another, a couple of days at a time.

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My benevolence knows no bounds. Sort of. For real. Well, now that the Goodreads giveaway is over, I thought you might appreciate some free book deals on Amazon. Oct 21-22, Pacific Time, The Forgotten, the third book in The Lost Words series, will be free for download. But wait, there’s more.

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