In this past week I’ve heard from three of my contributors about their eBooks being free for a limited time (dates being based on US timings) on Amazon.com so definitely worthy of a dedicated posting. In alphabetical order (the fairest way), we have…
Novelist, short story author, article writer, guest blogger,
with his sci-fi fantasy novel ‘Road to Hell’
being free for the Kindle on Friday 13th April on Amazon.com.
Thriller / suspense novelist and interviewee
with his novel ‘The Essene Conspiracy’
being free for the Kindle
from April 12th to April 14th on Amazon.com.
and last but not least…
with his non-fiction book ‘Planetary Formation and Biogenesis’
free on Amazon.com from April 12th to April 16th inclusive.
Much as I would like my eShorts to be free on Amazon.com (they may twig when they realise they’re free elsewhere), I do have four freebies on Smashwords. Do help yourselves. I also have a 31-story collection and writer’s block workbook on there, not free, but just $1.49 (plus tax from Amazon) on both sites.
Next up is the author spotlight of ecturer, novelist and co-founder of Creative Writing the Artist’s Way Sarah Jane Dobbs then the blog interviews will return as normal tomorrow with non-fiction author Ted Vestal – the three hundred and fortieth of my blog interviews with novelists, poets, short story authors, biographers, agents, publishers and more. A list of interviewees (blogged and scheduled) can be found here. If you like what you read, please do go and investigate further. And I enjoy hearing from readers of my blog; do either leave a comment on the relevant interview (the interviewees love to hear from you too!) and / or email me.
As I mentioned above, you can read / download my eBooks from Smashwords, Sony Reader Store, Barnes & Noble, iTunes Bookstore, Kobo, and now also on Amazon. I also have a quirky second-person viewpoint story in charity anthology Telling Tales.
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