Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Read an Ebook Week - Free books!

It's Read an Ebook Week over on Smashwords, so I've made my two self-published titles FREE between now and March 9. Simply enter the code "RW100" at the checkout to get the titles for free - they normally cost 99c. Remember, this offer finishes on Saturday. You can choose between The First Tale, and Checkmate & Other Stories.

The First Tale
A vaguely steampunk adventure, set in the fictional city of Vertigo. The Resistance is pitted against the shadowy Weimar Corporation that runs the City. Their stalemate is broken by the death of a suspected infiltrator, setting Resistance Commander Liss Hunt and her bewildered companion Philip Wiseman on a journey into the depths of both organisations to discover the truth behind who - or what - is really running the City. Featuring automatons, mad scientists, chases, a gun-toting heroine and even the Living Dead, The First Tale is a short novella that proves people are not always what they seem.

It's had one 5* review on Amazon, where you can still buy it for $1.17 if you want to purchase instead of downloading for free on Smashwords.

Checkmate & Other Stories
This collection features fifteen previously published stories, published across the space of two years, spanning fantasy, horror, sci-fi and speculative fiction. Among other things, Bleed Them Dry puts a new spin on vampires as corporate moguls, talking corpses tell their side in The Dead Do Listen and and a devilish game of chess goes apocalyptically wrong in Checkmate. You can read a sample of The Dead Do Listen as a Friday Flash, here.

It's had two 5* reviews on Amazon, where you can still buy it for $1.17 if you want to purchase instead of downloading for free on Smashwords.

I hope you check them out, and if you do...I hope you enjoy them!

2 comments:

David Cranmer said...

Sharp cover for The First Tale, Icy.

M. Leon Smith said...

I've read Checkmate and it was great - right up my alley so I'll be grabbing 'The First Tale' (and I'll be paying...

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