In honor of "Read an eBook Week," Smashwords is having a huge site-wide sale, which means all the Wolf Point series books will be free! So, you can get Wolf Point books 1-3: And you can also get both of the prequel novellas (that's right, The Madman is now available!): … Continue reading Read a ebook week: March 5-11
This week all my books shall be free!! February 20-24! EVERY. SINGLE. ONE. Over on Amazon, you'll find Bethany Caleb, The Art Kids, and Hitchhikers all free for Kindle! If you visit Smashwords, you can find Dreamwalkers & Scavengers (Wolf Point #2 & #3) for free with the coupon codes. Hitchhikers and The Beast (Wolf Point … Continue reading Presidents’ Day Sale
Two books in the Wolf Point series are part of this month-long sale over at Smashwords! Hitchhikers is always free, and Dreamwalkers & Scavengers will both be free as well. Use the code SFREE at checkout. Super easy!
I'm so bad at promoting my own books. This week (March 23-March 27) The Art Kids is free on Amazon Kindle. Go download! Tonight I'll be appearing at my first book club discussion of one of my books! My coworker Sue read Bethany Caleb after the author panel I did at the library back in December. She loved … Continue reading book clubs and week-long freebies!
Since the upcoming holiday weekend is the 1-year anniversary of the publication of both Bethany Caleb and The Art Kids, both titles will be free on Amazon all weekend! Hitchhikers is always free, you can get it on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or pretty much any other format over at Smashwords.
Thanks to Kindle's new Matchbook program, if you buy a print copy of The Art Kids or Bethany Caleb, you can get a free download of the ebook editions! From what I've read this is retroactive so if you have previously bought print editions you'll be able to get the free download now. Also, until October 5th, … Continue reading Kindle Matchbook
(and also a reminder: my two novels, Bethany Caleb and The Art Kids, are both free on Amazon all weekend!) After the July 4th holiday kicked my ass, word-count-wise, I'm sorta back on track with Camp Nanowrimo. At least, I wrote almost twice the daily recommended word count on Sunday, and have been able to … Continue reading catching up