Have You Read This Yet? (Part 2)

Again in a hurry, I copied and pasted this from my email subcription service. Thus the funky block formations. The whole thing actually froze up the first time, so let’s see if this works this time…

Aaannddd…. it looks like the links don’t work. Shit.

It’s 11pm now, so I’m not fixing them. How many of you are actually reading this right now anyway? At least you know they exist. You can find these books with a few extra clicks. Sorry, but my circuits are blown at this point. Been doing computer work all day, just drove through a blizzard to get home, and it’s time for bed…

Enjoy what I did get the cyber gremlins to cooperate on below. 🙂

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Happy Saturday, Fellow Conspirators.

Now for Part 2 of my “here’s some stuff to read” gazette. If you like superhero fiction, this is your weekend. (And I hope it’s not so much that I blow your circuits. It’s very rare for me to cram so much into one email, I promise!)

First, the self-aggrandizement: if you somehow haven’t scored a copy of Hungry Gods yet, you can get it for $0.99 this weekend only just about anywhere exceptAmazon. (I’m all for sharing the love—no reason Amazon should get it all.) You can click these links to find it on these sites:

Kobo

iBooks

Barnes&Noble

Can rookie superhero Spitball stave off the zombie apocalypse?!

My fellow indies don’t always feel the same way about Amazon. (They might, for all I know, but the following links are all AMZ related.) If you’d like to check out some of the “local” talent, here’s a few more superhero books that might catch your fancy:

Trish Heinrich’s Serpent’s Sacrifice is also on sale at $0.99 right now.

Serpent’s Sacrifice is the first book in The Phantasm Trilogy, a twist on the popular superhero mythos. If you like brave heroines, chilling villains, and nail-biting action, then you’ll love the thrilling emergence of the Serpent!

N. K. Quin asks, How do you make an unstoppable killer robot even more lethal?

The answer: Put the mind of a sixteen year old girl inside it.

The Operative: Book 1 is on Amazon for $0.99 too. Or free, if you have Kindle Unlimited.

In Bounty, author J. D. Cunegan gives us a detective with strange secrets involving a tour in Iraq, a secretive cybernetic experiment, and a conspiracy that involves a native son.

Find a link to everywhere by clicking here.

C.M. Raymond and L. E. Barbant launched their new book Catalyst: Steel City Heroes Book 1 this weekend:cata A mad scientist fighting the laws of man and nature. A demon-monster of mythical proportions. A corporate conspiracy that goes back more than a century.

Whew! I’ve given you a lot of books to think about this weekend. Hope it wasn’t too much!

Enjoy the rest of your weekend. Hope there’s some reading involved.

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