If you have a Kindle, and live in the UK, you will be pleased to know that a fantastic selection of our books have been chose for the Kindle Summer Reading promotion and are available for the next two months at the knockdown price of just 99p!

The offer ends on the 31st August, so you have plenty of time to browse through the list and pick up some bargainsĀ  – the full list is below, I am sure there is something there that is just perfect for relaxing on a beach…

Moxyland by Lauren Beukes

Sixty-One Nails by Mike Shevdon

The World House by Guy Adams

King Maker by Maurice Broaddus

Kell’s Legend by Andy Remic

The Crown of the Blood by Gav Thorpe

City of Dreams and Nightmare by Ian Whates

The Bookman by Lavie Tidhar

Nekropolis by Tim Waggoner

Pretty Little Dead Things by Gary McMahon

Servant of the Underworld by Aliette de Bodard

Slights by Kaaron Warren

Book of Secrets by Chris Roberson

Angel of Death by J Robert King

Walking the Tree by Kaaron Warren

Winter Song by Colin Harvey

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8 Comments

  1. I highly recommend Lavie Tidhar’s “The Bookman.” 99p sounds like a great deal considering us colonials pay $9.99 (plus tax). Well worth it at either price.

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  3. You just have to get The Bookman… it’s so full of delights and twists you’ll want to read it more than once. Also Sixty One Nails is out of this world (literally at times).

  4. How about some love for the US? And this on July 4th of all days. :/

    Its enough to make an Angry Person. šŸ˜‰

  5. Could it be we were celebrating *our* independence? ;-p

    We work with eBook retailers everywhere to have occasional promotions (for instance, we had some giveaways from Amazon US and B&N that UK peeps didn’t get). It’s not always possible to replicate the same deal everywhere simultaneously, but we’ll always consider deals from retailers, wherever they are in the world).

  6. I wonder if you have any words of wisdom for a new writer? I am working on my first novel, and wonder if self-publishing it would be a better option versus seeking out a publisher? Any input or advice?

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  8. 99p really sounds like a great deal! what a fantastic selection of e-books! I believe that ‘Walking the Tree’ by Kaaron Warren is just perfect for relaxing on a beach. I read ‘Book of Secrets’ by Chris Roberson and I enjoyed it! I found this e-book at a shop called all you can books and it was quite cheap. Anyway, thanks for this sharing, Mike!

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