Merry Day After Christmas. Have Some FREE ebooks on me!
(NOTE: THIS OFFER IS VALID FROM 12/15/2012-12/29/2012)
So, the day after Christmas, when all the people who received their new ebook readers (Nook, Kindle, Kindle Fire, Nook Tablet, Nook Simple Touch, Nook HD, Kindle Fire HD, Kindle Paperwhite…I know I missed a few, not to mention Kobo, and Sony), everyone’s going to be looking for some new ebooks to read on their new devices.
The problem is, you can started racking up a pretty big bill, if you’re like many who love the convenience of pointing, clicking, and purchasing. They make it way too easy to buy. This is evidenced by the mammoth TBR (to be read) lists on many ebooks reader enthusiast’s devices.
So what do you do, if you want to try your new device, or try a new author?
No problem. Just download a free ebook!
There are many out there, but I just wanted to share a few that I’m offering. Please enjoy and share this with your friends!
The first is THE ACCIDENTAL HEALER
Free for Kindle here: http://amzn.to/WHoCL6
(Limited time offer)
The next is THE ACCIDENTAL EXISTENTIALIST
Free for Kindle here: http://amzn.to/VebZoR
Free for Nook here: http://bit.ly/YhmOrm
THE ACCIDENTAL EXORCIST
Free for Kindle here: http://amzn.to/vikUay
THE ACCIDENTAL HERO
Free for Kindle here: http://amzn.to/WSajqQ
Free for Nook here: http://bit.ly/JBIhUe
Happy New Year, everyone!
Joshua Graham is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, winner of the International Book Award and Forward National Literature Award. His thrillers include DARKROOM, LATENT IMAGE and BEYOND JUSTICE, and TERMINUS. Graham's works have been characterized as thought-provoking page-turners.
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