Friday, 30 October 2009

Free Small Press E-Books on Halloween

Thanks to SF Signal for posting about the e-book giveaway by Gryphonwood Press and Blade Red Press. Here's the press release:

Publishers Provide Halloween Treat!

October 29, 2009 — Ebook lovers will be getting a special treat this Halloween. On October 31, Gryphonwood Press, along with Australian-based Blade Red Press, will be giving away their entire catalog of electronic books for free. The giveaway includes popular speculative fiction titles in a variety of sub-genres, as well as thrillers and an anthology of short fiction. “There is something here for every reader,” says Blade Red’s Alan Baxter.

Books will be available through ebook distributor Smashwords in multiple electronic formats, including Kindle-compatible. Thriller author David Wood sees this as an opportunity for authors from both publishing houses to broaden their readerships. “Ebooks are an integral part of the future of publishing, and I’m excited to be a part of this promotion.” Visit the websites at Gryphonwood Press and Blade Red Press for details.

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Here are the codes you need to download the books:

Cibola by David Wood- SJ79G
Dead Eye: Pennies for the Ferryman by Jim Bernheimer- MK29P
Death Dealt the Hand by John E. Bailor- CT72U
Dourado by David Wood- QX73J
Flank Hawk by Terry W. Ervin II- DM58A
The Silver Serpent by David Debord- MG27T
Street: Empathy by Ryan A. Span- KK37T
You Don't Know What You've Got... anthology- RD33A
Seabird- An Invitation by Sherry Thompson- QW23Y

RealmShift by Alan Baxter – DK99C
MageSign by Alan Baxter – HH65A
Ghost Of The Black by Alan Baxter – Already free at Smashwords.

Maggots Of Heresy by Michael Fridman – Already free at Smashwords.

I must say, Dead Eye: Pennies for the Ferryman by Jim Bernheimer at Gryphonwood looks very interesting.


JimB said...

Thanks for the interest in my book. I hope you enjoy it. Drop a review on smashwords or amazon if you get a chance.



Jessica Strider said...

I downloaded your book though it may take a while before I have the change to read it (my TBR pile is quite large at the moment). I'll definitely review it for you.

JimB said...

Thank you! I look forward to reading your review. I hope it impresses you enough to consider stocking it at your store.

I'm starting the sequel this month and I plan to have it ready for a May/June release.