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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Holiday Special - A FREE Ebook!!

Yes that's correct, today I am offering you all an absolutely FREE ebook. A Paul Dorset Sampler is an introduction to three of my novels in three different genres. As you know, it can take time to find out if you like the work of a particular author and so I have decided to assemble a set of samples to three of my bestselling books and bundle them as one collection. Then, to make it even more attractive, I've made the whole thing FREE!

So, what are the samples? The book consists of samples from three books:
  1. Fergus Fedderfeeny's Food Factory (Middle Grade Comical Adventure)
  2. Xannu - The Prophecy (Young Adult Epic Fantasy)
  3. New Blood (16+ Young Adult Urban Paranormal Thriller)
Each sample represents approximately 20% of the complete book and will enable you to get a good feel for the book before you buy the complete version. Still undecided? Look at what some of the reviewers have been saying:

"Xannu - The Prophecy is further proof that commercial publishers have no monopoly on writing talent or writing quality." (Scott - Amazon)

"New Blood is a paranormal conspiracy novel that has a wide range of appeal. There is enough romance to bring in fans of that genre, but the story is not overshadowed by sappy teenage love scenes. The relationships between the characters bring the story to life in a believable and entertaining way that everyone can enjoy." (IndieBookBlogger)

"This is paranormal at its finest...This story will have you asking for more by the time you reach the end. I, for one, cannot wait until the second book in the Melrose series comes out." (Eva's Sanctuary)

Where can you get your FREE copy? Simple. Just head over to Smashwords and download a copy for any ebook reader (including the Kindle). Want it directly from Amazon? Then you need to click HERE and tell them that the book is available for FREE on Smashwords. Currently Amazon insists on charging $0.99 for the book. That doesn't seem right, does it?

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