Sunday, October 21, 2012

Five Days of FREE 'Critical Incident' Start NOW!

That's right. I snuck this one up on you... for the next five days (ending with the day before my paranormal adventure'THROUGH THE WOODS' releases) my crime thriller novella on Kindle will be utterly, absolutely free!

Here's the links, my hearties!

FREE Kindle copy of 'Critical Incident' @ Amazon.Com - US
FREE Kindle copy of 'Critical Incident' @ Amazon.Co.UK - UK

Available on Italian, French, & German Amazon stores, as well!

If you're worried you don't have a Kindle: your iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, or even Blackberry have Kindle apps you can use. If you don't have a phone like that, you can just use an internet browser to read the free book on the 'Kindle Cloud Reader' - a nifty service of Amazon's that lets anyone with a web browser read Kindle books purchased for Kindle. Or received for free!

Please help spread the word over the next five days!

This novella is the first in a series of three, the next of which releases the final week of 2012, so this would be a great way to get into this exciting, mysterious, and over-the-top action series.

6 comments:

  1. This is terrible, but I feel too lazy to find out how to get Kindle Cloud Reader. How can I overcome my laziness??

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    1. "purchase" the free book. It will ask you which device to send your "purchase" to, or give you the option of reading it in the Kindle Cloud Reader. Select that one. Then puppies and butterflies and rainbows will encircle you with love.

      Did that help?

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    2. You all rule. Thanks for helping out!

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  2. Just followed you back on twitter and goggle+ed your free book. Best of luck with it.

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  3. I want to get the book but haven't got a Kindle yet. If I have it sent to my PC, will I be able to resend it later on to a Kindle device? Thanks for helping.

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  4. Yes, absolutely Renata! :) You can download any Kindle book as many times as you want using your own account on any device that runs Kindle you would ever get. :) Nice system, I think.

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