Friday, April 12, 2013

Fiction Freebie Fest 2


It’s promo time again, so if you’re here for news of the Wisconsin Newt Drive or the very latest lowdown on the forthcoming Margaret Thatcher corset auction at Sotheby’s, then I’m afraid you’ve come to the wrong place.

For one weekend only — April 12th to 14th — I’m offering an ebook for free over at Amazon.  For one click and zero dollars, anyone can own it, read it, ruminate upon it, and subsequently gad about the planet in a state of moderately heightened merriment as a result of so doing.




Here are the details:


In the UK you can download FOR FREE here.

In the US you can download FOR FREE (especially on the West Coast — you guys are such slackers) here.

Best port of call for the rest of the world and places like Mercury or the Subterranicusse is my generic author page.

If you follow this blog and you haven’t yet sucked my contribution to the sci/fantasy genre into the bowels of your Kindle, iPod or peculiarly evolved giraffe, NOW IS THE TIME!

If you’ve downloaded and read, but haven’t left a review, NOW IS THE TIME!

If you’ve left a review, but haven’t raced into the street with a megaphone, sandwich board and tattooed dog, NOW IS THE TIME!

If you’ve raced into the street with a megaphone, sandwich board and tattooed dog, but haven’t put in a phone call to your Prime Minister/President/Monarch, urging them to book a prime time slot on national TV to make an announcement about this great, great deal, NOW IS THE TIME!

Meanwhile, are the St George’s Day flags up in your high street yet?

Are the Happy St George’s Day cards for sale in your local shops?

This is why I write, boys and girls: the world is fucking crazy most days.


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