3 Derek Swannson books free this weekend
Well, this is a case where I am happy I checked Goodreads.🙂
I happened to see in my update feed that three of Derek Swannson’s books are free to own from Amazon this weekend:
Now, before we go any further let me be clear: there are people out there who would hate these books. These are not for everybody. I think I explain that pretty clearly in my
which is the first book.
I also need to say that after that review of the first book, Derek (who I do not otherwise know) asked me to read the draft and offer editorial comments on Revelations from Big Sur, which I did (I am in the acknowledgements).
I do not, though, have any financial connection with the books.
I also want to say that they are all available through
so if you are a KU member (I am, and I’m quite happy with it), you can read them without paying anything additional for them.
Gee, I wonder why Derek didn’t e-mail me to tell me these were free…I’m doing such a good job of making you want them.😉
Okay, I’m done giving you reasons not to get them for free.🙂
The writing is really quite good, and I didn’t want you to miss out on this giveaway…if you think it would appeal to you after you read my review, perhaps.
According to Goodreads, these three will be free in the USA Kindle store on April 11th and 12th:
- Crash Gordon and the Mysteries of Kingsburg: 4.1 stars out of 5, 39 customer reviews
- Crash Gordon and the Revelations from Big Sur: 4.4 stars, 42 reviews
- The Snowden Avalanche (yes, that’s as in Edward Snowden): 4.4 stars, 14 reviews
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