My e-book By the Light of the Moons is still free today but the sale ends tomorrow.
Or get the paperback if you’re old-school.
Today over at r/Fantasy on reddit, I have the wonderful opportunity to promote my writing to a great group of fantasy readers. Stop by for a fun read, and if you’re a reddit user, say hi (or at least give me an upvote).
I’m giving away a copy of my paperback to the user who asks the best question.
You’ll find me here: http://redd.it/311pvu
If you’ve been holding out for something more tangible because you haven’t jumped on the e-book train yet (what are you waiting for?), now’s your chance to finally get it! Grab a copy today.
Tomorrow I will be on reddit as the r/Fantasy Writer of the Day, and I will be giving away 1 paperback to the person who asks me the best question. I’ll post the link to the thread tomorrow morning.
Finally, don’t forget that my e-book version is free all this week to celebrate the release of the paperback. I’m currently getting a lot of downloads – I’m #11 in Epic Fantasy and #81 in Fantasy overall! The last 24 hours has been great exposure (that, admittedly, I hope turns into future sales), but I’d love to get it into the hands of even more readers. Please tell your friends and family and help spread the word.
Thank you to all my friends and family for their continued support.
I hope you enjoy the book!
That’s right! To celebrate the release of my paperback tomorrow, the ebook is 100% FREE this week only. I’ve never run a sale like this before, and I’m hoping it helps spread the word about my book. If you’ve been on the fence about spending some money on an unknown indie author, now’s your chance to try without fear. If you’ve already read it, tell your friends and family to get the word out!
And don’t forget: the paperback comes out tomorrow!
A great article over at IndieReader continues to drive home the message: readers are smart enough to choose the books they want to read.
Think about all the art out there:
Would you only buy a painting from an art gallery? Probably not. If you saw someone selling their watercolor paintings at the boardwalk and you really liked it, you’d buy it!
Would you only buy a CD from Best Buy? Of course not. If you see a band play at a local bar and like what you hear, you pick up their home-made album and enjoy it on the way home!
Would you only buy jewelry from a “real” jewelry store or department store? Not if you saw some beautiful hand-made dichroic glass jewelry at a local festival.
Would you only spend your money on Broadway shows in Manhattan? Chances are, your community theater puts on great shows that are well worth your time and money.
Why would you only buy a book that was printed by one of the major publishing houses? Why do they get to choose what you can and cannot read?
Send a message to traditional publishing with your wallet: buy indie books. Let the world know authors are finally in control of their work, and that readers are finally free to choose.