Saturday, June 1, 2013
BIG ANNOUNCEMENT: LAST CHANCE TO SAVE!!! (Mostly)
Once I get around to raising prices and they go into effect, they'll be back to $3.99 per book. Except for this month, volume 2 Time Enough to Say Goodbye will remain 99 cents. That way on the off chance you read volume 1 last month (or are reading it), you can buy volume 2 for a low price. Then in July you can buy volume 3 for 99 cents and so on until the end of the year. Maybe that will help me sell more copies. Probably not.
And if you're a total cheapskate, you can get 4 books for absolutely FREE!
Dark Origins (Tales of the Scarlet Knight Volume 0): This is a prequel to the Scarlet Knight stories that tells how Merlin the wizard creates the Scarlet Knight's armor in order to save the world from the evil Isis and her henchman the Black Demon.
Forever Young (Children of Eternity #1) by Claire Lachance: A little girl wakes up on an island in the Atlantic with no idea who she is or how she got there. The people who find her give her the name Samantha Young. Samantha is then introduced to a town full of children like her with no memory of their lives before arriving on the island. Samantha soon sets her mind to finding out who she is and where she came from.
First Contact (Rebirth #1) by Eric Filler: Captain Lisa Shaw and the crew of the Explorer are taking humanity’s first steps outside of the solar system. They arrive at their destination only to encounter an alien ship bent on destroying them and all other life in the galaxy. Now Lisa and the survivors of her crew have to find a way to escape from the aliens and warn Earth.
Chance of a Lifetime (Chances Are #1) by P.T. Dilloway: Detective Steve Fischer was as tough as they come. Then he goes to the scene of a robbery and winds up being injected with an experimental drug before he's shot by notorious gangster Artie Luther. But Steve doesn't die. Instead, the experimental drug causes his body to regenerate as that of a young woman. Now as she tries to adjust to her new life, she sets her sights on repaying Luther.
So plenty of reads available for very little! What's your excuse for not buying in? (Except not having an ereader?)
BTW, if you tell Amazon the above four books are free and use those links above, then eventually Amazon might make those books free on their site. Why they need so much prompting I don't know, but it's irritating.