Haven’t tried e-books yet?
This week Smashwords is hosting Read an E-Book Week. What does it mean? Thousands of independent authors, like me, have put our work on sale.
We’ve done it because e-books are a great way to try out a new author. Because we want you to step outside the rules of traditional publishing and see what it’s like when authors control their own work. Independent authors set our own rules and publish our own truths, without having to bend to the will of publishers. You get a pure story, as it was meant to be read, as the author envisioned it.
Supporting indie authors means you’ll see more unique voices than you would through traditional publishing. Indies have more freedom to experiment with new formats, new ideas, and new niches that traditional publishing simply doesn’t have the resources to support.
It’s exciting, and if you haven’t tried e-books before, this is your time.
This week only, my Dark Side collection is on sale for 25% off. Don’t have an e-reader? Don’t worry; you can read it right on the site at Smashwords.
Click on the cover to get your own copy of Dark Side: Seven Repulsive Stories, and use coupon code REW25 to get 25% off at checkout.
2 thoughts on “It’s Read an EBook Week!”
Hey, I read a little of the short story Dump Room (I believe) and it made me think of that show American Horror Story on FX. Very creepy, and a job I would never want.
Hi Chris, thanks for reading!
That story is based in fact: there really are rooms like that, and people who do the dumping. I know because I did it. Obviously I made it out unscathed, but it’s definitely not for the weak-of-stomach.