Ladies and gentlemen, the end of a tumultuous year is just a few days ahead, so perhaps I can sweeten the deal with some fun and non-expensive gifts for you. Starting on December 18 all the way to New Year’s Eve, you can download e-book versions of several of my works, all for free, and then, you also get nice discounts on some others.
Dear readers and chance lurkers, you’ll probably be somewhat enthused to learn that The Lost Words series is now also available on Smashwords. Following a successful experimentation with I Shall Slay the Dragon!, I decided to port several more titles to this platform, starting with The Lost Words, a complete, four-book series published in 2012-2015. Best of all? The first book, The Betrayed is free! An early holiday season gift, if you will.
Several weeks ago, I hosted my first Goodreads Kindle Giveaway with 100 copies of Prince Dietrich. So far, it seems like a valuable experiment. And this is why we’re going to have another giveaway! This time, The Betrayed, the first book in my epic, complete four-part series The Lost Words.
It’s the end of the year as we know it, it’s the end of the year as we know it, and I feel benevolent. Commencing December 18 through December 31, ALL of my Kindle format books will be free for grabs on Amazon. D’you hear? All of them! Different books on different days, but in essence, you get two full weeks of free giveaways. Now that is what I call a holiday gift.
Let us have some pre-holidays holiday festivities! Next week, Friday to Sunday, November 24 from midnight till November 26 11pm (2300 hours), The Betrayed, the first book in The Lost Words series, will be available at a nice, discounted price of only USD0.99. This is a very neat 67% saving compared to the original tag, so you may want to pencil the dates down and take advantage of this nifty little Kindle Countdown Deal.
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.