Kindle Free Book Promotion: Luska
Kindle free book promotion for my Sci-Fi book, Luska. This unmissable deal starts on June 30 and ends on July 4. How better to celebrate the Fourth than with a space opera!
Luska is Free
Self isolation got you down? Escape from your pandemic prison with a free ebook of Luska- a sci-fi book so good that it is in the Library of Congress (I hid one in the stacks). Get it here while supplies last https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/36471972-luska
2nd Anniversary of Luska
Its hard to believe that Luska will have been published two years ago on October 20th! That was an exciting time. I've learned a lot since then and my third book, The Land of the Young, should be out in the near future. So, here's to all of you who read Luska and gave me some great feedback and helped me grow as a writer.
Great Review of Luska
Lovely review of my scifi space opera Luska by talented author and reviewer C.E. Clayton
Two of the universe's most loved scifi novellas and novelletes are now free to a good home starting tomorrow, April 24th on Amazon. That's right I am talking about Kadru, the Imperial Forest and Pathology Report. These gourd winning books will be free for five days!
Amazon Countdown Deals
Luska, the scifi, space opera that took the universe by storm last year is going to be free on Amazon starting on Monday, March 4 and ending on Friday, March 8. Get one while supplies last!
Also, starting on Saturday, March 2 and ending on Saturday, March 9, the stellar, historical fiction novel, The Fiery Salamander will be only 0.99 pence on Amazon.uk. That's not even one pound.
Listen ya'll! Do you use Kindle Unlimited? Yes? Well all of my books are now on the aforesaid Kindle Unlimited. Let's go down the expansive list: The Fiery Salamander, Luska, Kadru: the Imperial Forest and Pathology Report. That means they are free! (if you are a subscriber)
Luska Review From Tuesday Cross
Review of Luska
Head on over to LFBooks blog and read a review of Luska. She mostly liked it! The book is a bit complex, kinda like one of those math questions about the train and how long it takes to reach the station except at the end the train explodes.
Here's something profound.