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?
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.
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.
Nine years of Dedoimedo means nine days of free books. I am delighted to announce the ninth birthday of my main website, to wit, we are going to have nine days of literary partying. The three books, The Betrayed, The Broken, and the Forgotten will each be available for three days on Amazon, free of charge and in reverse order.
Go figure, I’m feeling benevolent again. Which means you can lay your digital hands on a free Kindle copy of The Broken, the second book in The Lost Words series, starting April 8, midnight PST and ending April 10, same time. If you haven’t downloaded this one yet, and let me remind you of the lovely and lucrative Dedoimedo contest, then you might wanna put an entry in your calendar for later this week.
Hear, hear. On Friday through Saturday, November 7-8, Pacific Standard Time, starting at midnight, The Forgotten, the third and penultimate volume in my The Lost Words allegedly grimdark series will be free for download on Amazon Kindle! This means, in a few days, you ought to exercise your mouse clicks.
In some parts of the world, it is customary to receive gifts on your birthday. I prefer the Hobbit method, where you give presents, so you actually receive them every day rather than once a year. A very neat concept, no. Now, in a couple of weeks, my primary site Dedoimedo celebrates the end of its eighth year of existence, hence gifts. For you.