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Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Freebies for bloggers



Nothing to do with Stonehenge or the Ice Age (well, at least, nothing obvious!) -- but on this very day, for the first time since Stonehenge was built, and indeed for for the first time since the creation of the universe, you can get 3 of my books for nothing, in the Kindle versions, from Amazon.

One has to do these freebie promotions now and then, as an essential part of one's marketing strategy, and it so happens that 3 promotions are overlapping today.  So if you or any of your loved ones are Kindle book readers, feel free to get your free downloads as follows:

"On Angel Mountain" (the first book of the Angel Mountain Saga) is far and away my best-selling book (27,000 sold) and is here:
amazon.co.uk/dp/B007GATW2O

"Flying with Angels" (the fifth book of the saga, in which the heroine Martha Morgan dies for the first time -- don't ask me to explain!) is here:
amazon.co.uk/dp/B007WSZ1P2

"The Strange Affair of the Ethiopian Treasure Chest" (a children's adventure story for an upper primary school readership) is here:
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005SHXPWK/ref=cm_sw_su_dp

There now.  That's just three of the fringe benefits you get from this rather strange blog site!  Happy reading!

4 comments:

Jon Morris said...

Thanks Brian

Incidentally, the last one: The Strange Affair of the Ethiopian Treasure Chest is linked as ending with:

/B005SHXPW

It should end with:
/B005SHXPWK

(the K is missing from the link)

Thanks again!

Jon

BRIAN JOHN said...

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005SHXPWK/ref=cm_sw_su_dp

Thanks Jon -- very strange. I have checked, and the URL works OK everywhere else, but not on Blogger. I'm working on it.....

Jon Morris said...

Probably not worth publishing this Brian, but I've found the easiest thing with Amazon is to give a link using only the ASIN code.

So for example:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B005SHXPWK

works for your book

BRIAN JOHN said...

Thanks Jon -- will publish, in case anybody else wants to follow this through...