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July: eBook Bargain Month on Smashwords

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A quick reminder that you can save money on eBooks during July.

Smashwords, for those who aren’t aware, is a publishing platform for all formats of eBooks. I have several books with them. July is their promotional month, when those who wish to participate offer discounts on our books. This gives readers the chance to buy books at reduced prices. So, if you’ve been wondering whether to sample some of my work, now’s a good time for those who use eReaders. Below is a list of the books on offer, the discount applicable, and the code you’ll need to use to gain that reduction, along with a one-click link to each book (just click on the title). See how easy I make it?

Enjoy the read!

Ten Love Tales – PD92R                       Free

But, Baby, It’s Cold Outside                 Free – no code needed, as this is my free short story for all readers.

Breaking Faith – QK22J                         25% off

Heir to Death’s Folly – AC59Y             25% off

M.E and me – QU29L                            25% off

Sensuous Touches – WD68Z                 25% off

Ten Tales for Tomorrow – MZ27N      25% off

To get to all my books, simply click on this link.

To peruse the general catalogue, showing all Smashwords books on offer, click on this link. (But only after you’ve looked at my books, of course!)

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