For the next few days I’m running a free book promotion with Amazon, which means you can read a selection of six of my ebooks for nothing!
Why? Well, mainly because I’d like to get more people reading what I’ve written, and what better way to do it than to give out a heap of freebies.
From now until about Tuesday next week you’ll be able to grab these six books from Amazon for nothing.
So what are the books? They’re a selection of five of my short stories as well as Boneyards – book 1 of the FTW series. Follow the links below to Amazon.com, and happy reading!
- Storm View
- Have Shovel – Will Bury
- Finsbury Park
- Boneyards – Book 1 of the FTW Series
- Death is for Other People
The FTW Series is an exciting young-adult fight for survival in a dystopian future. Featuring strong, no-nonsense female lead characters, this duo of face-paced, action-packed books will keep you up all night because you won’t want to put them down.
You read that right, you can now get Finsbury Park free of charge!
How? It’s easy!
When you sign up to my mailing list you can claim your free copy of my comedic sci-fi novella – Finsbury Park.
I promise not to bombard you with emails. You’ll only get emails every now and again, like when I’ve got a new book coming out or running a special offer. Maybe a few other freebies now and then as I come up with them.
Click Here to go to the sign up page. Once you confirm your subscription you’ll receive an email with the link to download your free copy of Finsbury Park.
You’ll be able to download Finsbury Park from instaFreebie in a format that suits your device.
Today I hit 25,000 words in my sequel-in-progress of FTW and thought that a good enough reason to have a sale.
You can pick it up for a limited time for only 99¢ from Amazon.
Not sure how long I’ll keep in on sale for, probably until after this weekend. So be quick if you want to grab it for under a buck!
FTW is a new Young Adult fight for survival in a dystopian future.
“My name is Echo Fox and I’m a scrapper. I live at the bottom of your world, in the place you don’t think about. We call it the boneyard and it’s filled with your waste.”
Echo Fox isn’t your typical sixteen-year-old. She lives in a boneyard, a place where your life can be cut short in a heartbeat.
When her friend Kara is brutally murdered, Echo vows revenge on the people who took it. Leaving the only life she knows behind her, Echo goes from lowest place on Earth to where nothing is beyond her reach.
In this world beyond her imagination, what she finds could mean the end of her life as well.
You can read a sample section of FTW here or buy it as an eBook or Paperback from Amazon.
For the next 7 days (until the 27th of March) the Kindle edition of Biggy Piggy is on sale at Amazon.com as part of a Kindle Countdown Promotion. During this time you can pick up Biggy Piggy for just $0.99 (normally $2.99). That’s a saving of about 67%.
Starting tomorrow it’ll be on sale at Amazon.co.uk for £0.99, which works out to be around 52% saving.
You can also get it for absolutely nothing when you buy the Paperback version thanks to Amazon’s MatchBook program!
A few days ago I received the proof copy of my first picture book – Biggy Piggy – in the mail. Its arrival, though expected, was still quite a surprise. When I placed the order CreateSpace said it’d take around six weeks to arrive. It landed on my doorstep after a little less than two weeks.
I must admit it’s quite exciting to hold a properly printed and bound copy and be able to read it to my daughters. Naturally, I immediately photographed myself with it for posterity and texted it to my family.
After making a few very minor tweaks to the layout, I clicked the “Publish” button and sat back fully pleased with myself. Read the rest of this entry »
Actually that’s a bit misleading.
Over the weekend I did a free giveaway of Storm View on Amazon. There hadn’t been much movement on it recently and thought a giveaway could get it into a few extra hands and maybe score a review. So far nobody has posted a review, but if they’re anything like me I’ll grab a book when I see it and it might sit in my “To Read” list for ages depending on how many I have in front of it. Hopefully I’ll get a couple of reviews eventually, if not well c’est la vie. Read the rest of this entry »