Today’s special is not the salmon patty with macaroni and cheese, but two free books from the Kindle Store! Get your clicking finger ready because two of my books are now on sale at Kindle, but for a limited time.
Last Days and Times, my supernatural fantasy thriller, is free at the Kindle Store through Saturday, June 15, 2013. It’s a five-star rated novel of modern apocalypse, including seers, immortals, and nuclear terrorism. It isn’t like those crappy apocalypse novels that preach ‘this is what happens if you ain’t straight with the Lord.’ Last Days and Times takes a grittily snarky look at Christian fanaticism and preaches the importance of being bad-ass. Get it this week for nothing as an introduction to all the other works I’ll be releasing over the next few weeks.
Here’s your link for Last Days and Times. Go! Fetch! You won’t regret it.
Harmonic RES is a pleasantly different animal. It’s a short fiction collection in which I present a number of short stories and novellas of varying genres but on the same broad theme. Through this book, you can go to Mars — twice! You go to Europe in the 1980s, to a beleaguered inner city public school, to cyberspace, and to weird cornfields while in the back seat of a police car. It’s good stuff. It’s rated five stars. It’s free through Thursday, June 13, 2013.
Here’s your link to Harmonic RES.
This offer isn’t likely to repeat itself, so go get both books now. Don’t have a Kindle? No problem. You can get and read these books using the Kindle app, which is available for tablets, computers, and smart phones everywhere. And it’s free, too! Don’t like scifi, fantasy, or speculative fiction? Yes, you do! You dig fiction that is well-written and compelling, regardless of the artificial constraints of so-called genres. These two books are that stuff. Besides, what do you have to lose?
Remember, nothing free is really free. I would appreciate it if you offered a review on the Kindle Store after you’ve read my books. It helps out the writer almost as much as paying cash does. If you can’t offer a review for whatever reason, that’s okay. I mean, if both your arms are broken or you develop a sudden, clinical terror of keyboards, I understand and it’s no biggie.
But a review, however short, with a nice, big five-star rating always makes the author feel better about the world.