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Holiday season = free book gifts!

Holiday season = free book gifts!

As simple as that. The holiday season is upon us, and as my loyal readers, you get a whole bunch of gifts. Mostly books. In the coming weeks, the three volumes in The Lost Words series will be free for download for an amazing total of ten days. You read it right. Ten days!

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Contest: Read a book and win a gadget!

Contest: Read a book and win a gadget!

Beware geeks bearing gifts, the popular saying goes. But not when those gifts are fancy electronics gadgets, an expensive one of which you may win should you decide to continue reading this article and follow its instructions. As it happens, I’m running a contest on my main site, Dedoimedo.com. The rules are simple, read my books, write reviews and sign up for a lottery. At the end of it, there’s gonna be a draw, and the winner gets something fancy, like a tablet, a smartphone, a laptop, or a similar. Savvy?

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Free books!

Free books!

My benevolence knows no bounds. Next week, both the first and the second book in my epic fantasy series, The Lost Words, will be free for download from Amazon, for two days each. Respectively, the Kindle edition of The Betrayed will be available on Mar 25-26, from midnight, Pacific Time, and The Broken will be available on Mar 27-28. In layman’s terms, free grub Tuesday to Friday.

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And we’re off!

And we’re off!

There we go, book three is underway! I have contacted my publisher, and now we’re going to start the editing process, with all its subtle and time-consuming little details, including going through all of the manuscript and fixing errors and whatnot, designing the cover and the rest.

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Dedoimedo Ubuntu smartphone contest winer announced!

Dedoimedo Ubuntu smartphone contest winer announced!

Let us announce the happy winner of this contest. All in all, more than forty people pledged, or had their names pledged to the contest, including the participants of the original my-best-software and the subsequent limerick contests. However, only 22 of them wrote their reviews in time, before the official expiry date of Year 2013. We even had one  exception, of a contestant who could not purchase the book on Amazon due to regional restrictions and whatnot, but they got their book by postal mail and subsequently wrote their opinion on Goodreads.

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