100th blog post and an ebook giveaway

It was about a year ago that I began this new blog. Unlike my previous attempt at an authorblog, this one had a focus: my Stories of Aligare and the ideas tangentally related to them. Which isn’t actually very focused at all — but hey, if you wanted hard logic you’d probably be reading a technical manual, not some fantasy author’s train of thought.

And as much as my scattershot writer brain dislikes a posting schedule, I’ve been enjoying putting together little articles about me and my work. Sharing is fun! If I didn’t want to share the stuff I think, I probably wouldn’t have bothered taking up novel writing in the first place.

So in the spirit of generosity, all Stories of Aligare ebooks are free on Smashwords for the next 2 days.

3aligarebooks

Remedy, a story of Aligare

Ravel, a story of Aligare

Render, a story of Aligare

It’s part of Smashwords’s Summer/Winter Sale. Which respects the hemospheric difference in seasons! Very cool, Smashwords, very cool. At checkout, just enter the coupon code in the book’s sidebar information. Afterward, you’ll be able to download your choice of file format. I recently had all 3 ebooks professionally formatted — so if you’ve downloaded a Story of Aligare from Smashwords before, you might want to redownload the newer version. (Remedy is being as stubborn as its main character Peregrine, and the 100% discount coupon isn’t showing up yet. It’s 50% off at the moment. If this doesn’t unbug itself and you really want a free copy, email me and I’ll gladly send you one.)

If you’ve just been idly curious about my writing, now’s your chance to grab one of my books without spending your coffee money! Coffee is important; I understand. And please do share this giveaway with all your family, friends and passing acquaintances who might find the Aligare world interesting!

 

 


2 Comments on “100th blog post and an ebook giveaway”

  1. Dave R. says:

    Awesome! Thank you! I downloaded the second and third books. I already have the first book (haven’t read it yet), I found it at Bay’s. Cheers!


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