Sunday, March 2, 2014

Read an Ebook Week 2014

It's that time of year again. I'm helping Smashwords--and the rest of the world--celebrate Read an Ebook Week with some great bargains. If you go to my Smashwords site, you'll find a number of short stories, articles, and novels either free, 75%, or half off. If you're an ebook reader, this is a great time to stock up.

The bargains are as follows:

Free

  • A Career in Writing
  • Creationism vs. the Lightbulb
  • Grim Fairy Tale
  • Haunted Houses
  • Portrait of the Artist as a Young God
  • The Fix Is In
  • The World Where Wishes Worked
  • Tsar Wars
  • When There's No Man Around

75% Off

  • And Not Make Dreams Your Master
  • Crossroads of the Galaxy
  • Shrine of the Desert Mage

50% Off

  • A World Called Solitude
  • Alien Murders
  • Angel in Black
  • Assault on the Gods
  • Caravan
  • Counterfeit Stars
  • Crystals of Air and Water
  • Galactic Collapse
  • Ghosts, Girls, & Other Phantasms
  • Herds
  • Jade Darcy and the Affair of Honor
  • Jade Darcy and the Zen Pirates
  • Mindflight
  • Mindsearch
  • Outworld Invaders
  • Painting the Roses Red
  • Polly!
  • Putgatory Plot
  • Robot Mountain
  • Sanctuary Planet
  • Scavenger Hunt
  • Stellar Revolution
  • The Devil Behind the Leaves
  • The Eternity Brigade
  • The Storyteller and the Jann
  • Traitors' World
  • Treacherous Moon
  • Treachery of the Demon King

As you can see, this is a pretty impressive list of titles. If you're missing some of my books or stories, there's no better time than today to pick them up. This sale lasts through Saturday, March 8; to get the special price, use the coupon code listed on the book's page at purchase.

This sale only applies to books bought at Smashwords, but you can get them in EPUB, MOBI, PDF, and almost any other format you choose.

There are plenty of other Smashwords authors also participating in this sale, so be sure to check them out as well. You can easily pick up a year's worth of reading in a single week.

Read an ebook! It's a better way to spend your time than biting your toenails.

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