Hey good people…know what?
It’s Read an Ebook Week!
Over at Smashwords.com, you can get two of my books, Stealing the Show and The Battle Hymn Blues for free this week! Just enter the promotion code RW100 at checkout. (That code is only good on Smashwords.com.) Grab them before March 9th and tell a friend, too!
Click here to see both of my free books over on Smashwords.
There’s tons of other books on sale this week at Smashwords, too, so have a look around at some other authors. If you’ve been waiting to jump into the digital book world, here’s a great way to do it. (There’s a little technical help at the end of this email if you’re new to all this ebook stuff.)
In other news, Stealing the Show is now in the second round of Amazon’s Breakthrough Novel Contest, which is jump-up-and-down exciting. (Making the 3rd round would be pants-pooping exciting.)
If you’ve read it (cough…click here & you can get it for free…ahem), I’d really appreciate an honest review over on Amazon. Click here to leave your review, and thanks!
***And don’t forget: if you write a review, email me the link to it (email@example.com) and I’ll send you the next book in the series when it comes out later this month for free! No joke. I’m crazy, I know.***
Please pass this email along to anybody who’d be interested in getting a couple of free books of mine, too! Thanks as always for your help with word of mouth about my work.
Please spread the word!
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TECHNICAL HELP FOR FOLKS NEW TO EBOOKS:
Hey, thanks for giving this brave new world a try! The ebooks from Smashwords are a kind of file called an .epub, which will work on most every e-reader except for the Amazon Kindle. If you have a Mac computer, you can read them with iBooks. Or, anybody can download one of the many free e-reader applications to read the books on your computer or smartphone or tablet. Here’s a few:
Barnes & Noble Nook
Kobo Ereader Apps
Adobe Digital Editions
For further information, here’s the FAQ for Reading, Sampling, and Buying Books on Smashwords