Sorry, U.S. folks. This deal is only for those living in the UK, Australia, and New Zealand.
From September 5th-12th, Kobo is having a sale on select books. From these books, you can pick .
I have 3 books in the promotion:
Find these deals on your Kobo (and I hope these links help):
I just heard about a promotion going on for the Books Gone Bad bundle and I thought I better hurry and pass it along.
Now until August 28th, you can get 40% off the bundle — the whole bundle! This isn’t just one book — at Kobo.
These books wait for you with spine-tingling surprises. Get started on your fall reading now.
Don’t say you haven’t been warned.
I finally got accepted into a Kobo promotion!
Correction: I had 2 stories accepted into a Kobo promotion!
Considering the number of times that I’ve tried, this really is an accomplishment I feel proud of. Believe me, when I saw the email I thought, “Oh, here’s my rejection again.” Then, in the preview of the email I saw the word accepted and nearly choked. I was in a state of disbelief for a couple of hours.
So what’s the deal? From August 1st to the 8th on Kobo, they are running a 3 for $9 deal for readers in the U.S. and Canada. (The links above take you to the complete promotion – at least for the U.S. I did have to dig around for the promotion a bit, so I apologize to my Canadian readers for not being able to get them a better link and wish them the best of luck in find the promo.) The ebooks have to be in their promotion to get that pricing, so make sure your chosen selection says that it’s eligible for the deal.
I have Manifest the Magic (Book 2 of the Sacred Knight series) and 1-800-CallLoki as books in this promotion. So, if you’ve read Quest for the Three Books and need the second one in the series, here’s your chance to save money. Or maybe you want to share the Loki series with someone.
And now, to your free fiction for this week.
Mystery of the Stardust Monk
by Dawn Blair
Mystery of the Stardust Monk is now available.
Novihomidraks and a ninja on an adventure together — the universe is in trouble now.
It seems that every fantasy book has some sort of prophecy in it. I tried so hard when I was writing Quest for the Three Books to keep the word prophecy out of it.
I used “legend” instead.
I get to book 4 of the series and I realize I must just give in to the Dark Side.
The prophecy has been fulfilled: the Bloody Saint has returned.
Steigan was known as the saint and betrayer for a reason: where ever he went, death and destruction followed.
Now his enemies attack the gates of the ruined city of Lilinar to capture him. There will be no escape for him this time and no saving his friends. He has nothing but the debris around him.
And the advantage of a lifetime to plan.
Will it be enough to stop the threats retaking the land or to save his friend from turning to the evil powers that he knows will possess Martias?
The fourth story in the legend of Dominus Steigan continues in this epic fantasy adventure.