5a.m. Flash 291012 – Free Thriller eBook by G.T. Rigdon 29 & 30 October

What is the line that separates good and evil, coincidence and providence, delusion and reality? This question is confronted by G.T. Rigdon, author of morally engaged fiction, provocative stories for curious minds. His book High Striker will be available for FREE on Kindle during 10/29 to 10/30 2012.

For more information visit www.gtrigdon.com.

At Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/High-Striker-ebook/dp/B008YPL8AO.

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G.T. Rigdon is an engineer, an ex-minister, and a writer.

One of his favorite quotes is from Plutarch who said: “The mind is not a vessel to be filled but a fire to be kindled.”

He finds great satisfaction by igniting such fires with morally-engaged, provocative stories.

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Do you have a free eBook scheduled? Would you like me to ‘5a.m. Flash’ it? Just send me a short blurb, dates it’s free, website links and third-person biography and I’ll gladly put it up at 5a.m. on the first day it’s due to go live.

You can sign up to receive these blog posts daily or weekly so you don’t miss anything. You can contact me and find me on the internetview my Books and I also have a blog creation service especially for, but not limited to, writers.

Unfortunately, as I post an interview a day (amongst other things) I can’t review books but if you have a short story or self-contained novel extract / short chapter (ideally up to 1000 words) that you’d like critiqued and don’t mind me reading it / talking about and critiquing it (I send you the transcription afterwards so you can use the comments or ignore them) 🙂 on my ‘Bailey’s Writing Tips’ podcast, then do email me. They are weekly episodes, usually released Monday mornings UK time, interweaving the recordings between the red pen sessions with the hints & tips episodes. I am now also looking for flash fiction (<1000 words) for Flash Fiction Fridays and poetry for Post-weekend Poetry.

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