Sorry this post is late everyone. If you get in quick you’ll still be able to pick up our best picks this week. There’s a lot of free ebooks around and though you’ll find some gems, you can never be sure quite what you’ll end up with. Here, we focus on quality, and on supporting those authors who work hard and do a good job so that you can read a book for less than the price of a cup of coffee.
We have a range of options all under $3.00, which is all very cheap considering that they have all been quality checked before being placed on this site. And we do have a freebie.
Don’t forget to actually read your freebies and leave a review for the author, it’s good karma.
Now to the deals.
Down from $2.99 we have the delightful Magnus Opum, a delightful parody of traditional fantasy, kind of Hitchiker’s Guide to the Galaxy meets Lord of the Rings. Offer ends on the 14th, so be quick.
Also at 99c down from $2.99 is this young adult fantasy. I haven’t read it, but I’ve been hearing some very good reports about it. This offer also ends on the 14th.
Always FREE is this award-winning action packed prequel to my very own Diamond Peak Series. This one has had only a few reviews but they’re all raving about it, and since three of them are from Awesome Indies recognized reviewers, it has a Seal of Excellence.
If you’re into teenage zombies, then this might be of interest. It’s only $1.99
Also at $1.99 is one of our relatively new additions.
“Fall Of The Flamingo Circus is the story of a strong and independent girl’s childhood and adolescence, her desperate battle to make something of the fearful hand dealt to her. Through her eyes we see the realities of poverty in England – hunger and junk food, boredom and noise at home, snobbery and notoriety at school – and the fear of a brutal father…over the years we watch Lauren’s voice grow in power and imagination, as her life – a rebel, a punk, admired by her gang but rejected and victimised by men – bursts out of its sad confines…but Lauren is always alone with her restless and furious self: she alone will discover the pain and loneliness of being different, crazy, colourful in an England turned grey, obedient and satisfied.”
This one is usually $2.99, so leap in and grab it while it’s cheap -er.