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message 1: by Vincent, Group Founder (last edited Dec 05, 2016 05:48AM) (new)

Vincent Lowry (vlowry) | 1120 comments Mod
I know some authors would like to give away free books in return for possible reviews (see Amazon's policy below). I will create a thread so authors can post their books here, and readers can reply, but please note a few rules (and follow the FTC rules too):

1) If you are using Amazon for the free book promotion, please follow Amazon's policy on Promotions and Commercial Solicitations, which essentially states the following:

"Book authors and publishers may continue to provide free or discounted copies of their books to readers, as long as the author or publisher does not require a review in exchange or attempt to influence the review."

2) No author can demand that a "good" review be given for the free book. All reviews must be honest and reflect the true opinion of how the reader felt about the novel.

3) If a bad review is given, the author must accept that that is the way the reader felt about the story. Authors cannot badger the readers about the review. (This goes for the quality of the review too.)

4) Authors agree to manage 100% of the giveaway if they post books here. This means they will pay for the book & postage, and handle all aspects of getting the necessary info from readers. (This is not handled by the moderator.)

5) Readers, please be specific as to what book you'd like to review. There will be many authors and books on this thread. (You might want to email the author on Goodreads.)

6) Readers, please post the review as soon as you finish reading the book (within a reasonable time). You can work it out with the author in terms of where the review should be posted.


May readers find wonderful novels, and may authors find the reviews they need!

-Vincent (Moderator)

Surfing the Seconds by Vincent Lowry
Surfing the Seconds

message 2: by Cindy (new)

Cindy Lyle (cindylyle) Hi, so I guess I'm the first to post here, awesome!
My novel is titled 'The Dragon Within".
It is a fantasy which follows the journey of a young woman named Karah and her home world of Eiddoril. Eiddoril is dying, and it’s only hope rests on her shoulders. Her journey starts when she seeks the meaning behind her strange dreams. Her questions lead her to the discovery that her dreams are not really dreams but in fact are memories of a life that has been stolen from her. Karah also discovers that she is not human but part of a long forgotten race now absent from the lands of Eiddoril. Karah embarks on a life-changing quest to discover the truth about herself and the way to defeat her most deadly enemy. But as she gets closer to the truth, she begins to realize that her part in the future of Eiddoril may not be to save it but to help destroy it.
If you are interested I would love some reviews. I can offer free PDF files. You can reach me at or just send me a message here on goodreads. Thanks Vincent for this folder and thanks to all my potential readers!

Cindy Lyle The Dragon Within by Cindy Lyle

message 3: by Cheryl (new)

Cheryl Landmark (clandmark) | 242 comments Sounds very interesting, Cindy, and something I'd very much like to read. I'll send you an email.

message 4: by Vincent, Group Founder (last edited Sep 25, 2012 11:38AM) (new)

Vincent Lowry (vlowry) | 1120 comments Mod
Wow! This is exactly the point of this group! That's great Cindy and Cheryl! It's wonderful to see an author connect with a reader.


message 5: by Michael (last edited Sep 25, 2012 11:44AM) (new)

Michael Cargill (michaelcargill) | 217 comments Hmmm, sounds good! If anyone fancies reviewing either of these two, I'll be happy to provide Smashwords codes for a free 'un.

Either message me on GR, or email me at Put 'sesame seeds' as the subject, just for the lol.

Underneath. ('tis a thriller)
Underneath by Michael Cargill

Look at the person sitting just across from you. It doesn’t matter whether they’re a loved one, a friend, or a complete stranger.

Now look at their face. Are they happy? Are they sad? Or are they angry? Can you even tell?

How well do you actually know the people closest to you?

Have you ever seen the real person that lies just underneath what you see…?

Bits of Cargill ('tis humour)
Bits of Cargill by Michael Cargill

Justin Bieber's diary. Vladimir Putin reviews a glass of Coke. Steve Jobs speaks from heaven. Vegetarians are the real hunters.

Satirical news items, opinion pieces, and other nonsense.

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G. (grefuture) | 36 comments Hello, My name is Greg, writing under the name G. Eric Francis. I would like to offer a free copy of my book, "A Prayer For The Dying" to those who are willing to leave a review here on GoodReads, as well either on Amazon ( or Barnes & Noble (

Here is a quick synopsis of the book:

A young boy who loses his brother to a deadlier form of HIV discovers a cure for the new disease. The Catch? It only works with the blood in his body. Escorted by two federal agents, he makes the trek across country to continue his research. However, an unscrupulous enemy wants to make sure he never arrives at his destination.

I can offer it in any format you choose; just let me know. You can email me @ Thanks!

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Hi, my name is Courtney S. King and I am the author of the Girl Guide Series. There are two books in the series available for free review: Girl Guide: 200+ Tips for High School Survival and Girl Guide: 31 Affirmations for An Awesome Month.

Girl Guide: 200+ Tips for High School Survival offers tips and advice for girls entering or continuing their high school education. Topics covered in the book range from tackling the first day, creative organization tips, to college entrance exams.

Girl Guide 200+ Tips for High School Survival by Courtney S. King

Girl Guide: 31 Affirmations for An Awesome Month offers daily positive affirmations for girls to face their lives with a happier, more confident attitude. The book also contains areas for girls to write their feelings and reflections of their day and thoughts.

Girl Guide 31 Affirmations for An Awesome Month by Courtney S. King

Book reviews can be posted on Amazon, Goodreads, and on my author blog @

Free review copies can be emailed in the PDF format only at the moment, but both books are available in paperback format for purchase.

For more information contact me on goodreads or at

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Pete Planisek | 60 comments Hello. Thank you Vincent for starting this thread. I just released my debut novel, Frankenstein A Life Beyond, last month. Currently it is only available as an ebook (Kindle, ePub for iPad or iPhone, and Nook versions).

The basic plot summary is:
Ten years after the loss of his entire family to madness and death, Ernest Frankenstein finds himself compelled to return to the city of his birth, Geneva, in order to discover if his elder brother, Victor, might still be alive. Only Victor can provide the answers to questions, which have long plagued Ernest. The quest for answers will force Ernest to confront demons, both internal and external, from his past, which refuse to be at peace and which ultimately will endanger both he and his new family. Hunted across Europe their only hope may lie with a French spy, Ernest’s childhood friend, and a mysterious gypsy girl whose people believe that Ernest will lead humanity to its salvation or final destruction.

Frankenstein A Life Beyond by Pete Planisek is the first direct sequel to Mary Shelley’s iconic story, Frankenstein, which examined Victor Frankenstein’s quest to both create and kill an unnamed creature that ultimately destroys all but one member of the Frankenstein family, Victor’s brother, Ernest. Frankenstein A Life Beyond explores many of the issues left open by the original, while establishing new characters and mysteries.

Join the new adventure by purchasing Frankenstein A Life Beyond, the first installment of a three book story.

Reviews can be posted to, Barnes &, Goodreads, or my author webpage:

If you are interested in reviewing my book you can contact me at Put (Goodreads review offer) in the subject and tell me which file format works best for you.

Thank you.

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Nolan (nolanskyfire) | 6 comments Hello, my name is Nolan Sky, author of the book "The Finnite" You can email me at to receive a free .mobi file (only compatible with tablets and kindles, sorry)

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Walter Martin (wagner011) | 8 comments Hi, my name is Walter A. Martin and I'm the author of the new novella "Armageddon Wars: Selah." It's an E-book and I can send you a free file of the book via e-mail. I'm only able to send it as a PDF.

The genre is sci-fi thriller and the synopsis revolves around General Praxton who is forced to take charge of the military and to use all of his experience to prepare for another war against a terrorist faction. With Earth falling into an environmental disaster, the nations are building a limited amount of ships to evacuate, but the terrorists are determined to save themselves at all costs. Even if it means leaving billions of people trapped on the dying planet.

My e-mail is and I thank you in advance to any who are interested.

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Hi, my name is Richard and I have published my first YA fantasy novel under my pen name Richie Earl. The book has been very well received by readers of all ages. I am currently having a new cover designed and then plan to have a free promo on Kindle, but if anyone would like to read and review, email me ( - please put free review copy in the subject box) and I would be only too happy to send a pdf copy.

The second and final book in the short series is due for publication in December 2012.

The Legend of Finndragon's Curse

message 12: by Carla (new)

Carla Herrera (starving_artist) Hi. Thanks for creating this posting area Vincent.

I have a book for review titled Two. I can offer it in PDF or .doc formats. If interested you can email me for the book at

This is a speculative fiction novella.

Here is the description:

The human population is at 8 billion. The Time Keepers, a secret, ancient organization realize in order for production to be at its best, human population has to be cut.

Time Keeper Two is ordered out into the world of humans to observe them. A decision has to be made. Ethics need to be considered.

Two does what he is told, the problem is, he dislikes humans. Nevertheless, he observe and learns. Through trial and error, he passes as a normal guy, makes friends and establishes relationships.

He realizes quickly that he wants to be part of the human race. Now the problem is, as a clone and organizational property, freedom can never happen for a Time Keeper.

message 13: by Sean (new)

Sean | 8 comments Hi everyone,
My kindle ebook 'Beer Goggles' has been available for just over a month on kindle select and has already received four excellent reviews, as well as being featured on a couple of blogs; but more exposure can never hurt, so I have decided to make it free on Saturday and Sunday 29th and 30th September.

I am interested in how the goodreads members take to it and would appreciate any reviews you care to write.

It is a comedy-thriller/mystery novel with very British humour. If you like to laugh at witty dialogue and surreal situations this might be for you.


Here is the product description:

“Useless, useless bastards!”

With a thunderstorm replacing the forecasted warm sunshine, Travis’s day started badly. He hoped a trip to Blackpool, with his friend Dave, would lift his spirits.

He would be wrong.

After encountering 'Uncle Fester', a naked gardener wielding a rake, and an incontinent dog, he should have turned the car around and gone home. Instead, Dave suggests a visit to the pub, where teetotaller Travis discovers a taste for alcohol.

If the opposite of serendipity existed, this would be it.

An hour later, someone calls Dave an ambulance.

Things go downhill from there.

Subsequently arrested for breaking and entering whilst wearing gorilla suits (and who knew that would be illegal), they have to convince the police they have been witness to the murder of a beautiful woman. Or have they? Or could it be, like the police suggest, a bad case of Beer Goggles?

Beer Goggles is an epic (hangover) tale of (half)wit(s) and (dutch) courage, where, thanks to the delights of alcohol, nothing is quite what it appears and where the wrong decision could cost Travis and Dave their lives.

If you like a good romp as much as you love a good yarn, Beer Goggles should be your tipple of choice.

Enjoy responsibly!

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Chani (tempestchani) | 36 comments Hi everyone! I write both teen fantasy and paranormal romance. I currently have a series available about witches, soul mates, faeries, werewolves, and demons. There's also another series about vampires and the like. If anyone is interested in finding out more, you can check out my goodreads home page (that way I'm not posting descriptions of everything on here and taking up loads of space) and then send me a private message. I'm willing to give away any of my books in exchange for an honest review. Thanks.


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Darlene Jones (darlene_jones) | 152 comments Hello, Please contact me on my website if you'd like to review my sci-fi/adventure/love stories. My latest release is EMBRACED.

message 16: by Sari (new)

Sari Krosinsky (sarikrosinsky) I'll send a free pdf or hard copy of my first book of poetry, god-chaser, to reviewers on request. Here's one of the blurbs:

“Sari Krosinsky’s debut collection is a pilgrimage in finely wrought stanzas to a pantheon of pain-in-the-ass deities: gods, goddesses, and good old G-d from Mount Olympus, O.T., and a bus station in Philly. ‘A universe can burst from one man,’ writes Krosinsky, and in god-chaser she startles us with a glimpse of her own universe and the multifarious beings zapping and flinging and blinding and cajoling and otherwise doing their best to wreak havoc. Krosinsky is, in the end, lover, appeaser, eternal poet: ‘You, don’t be that vengeful god,/with eternal fire that isn’t light, and I’ll belong/to you. I’d pour some coffee for you,/but they say you won’t take sacrifices/since the Temple is gone. Taste it/through my tongue.’ This book is a pleasure and a gift.”
—Maureen Seaton, author of Cave of the Yellow Volkswagen

message 17: by Susie M. (new)

Susie M.  Hanley | 6 comments Hello everyone!

I am offering a free ebook version of my new adult urban fantasy novel in exchange for an honest review.

The book is unique one about a woman who finds out she is a Muse and has to use her new powers to save her children and herself. It has some superheros, sociopaths and some great romance.

To find out more visit my website at:

message 18: by Alexes (new)

Alexes | 122 comments This is a great thread. It's so difficult to get honest reviews from PIDKs (People I Don't Know.) If you are interested in reading my science/fantasy adventure novel, Khe, I can send it as a .mobi file. Please contanct me at with "Khe Reads"as the subject line. Thank you.

A distant world. A trust betrayed. A transformation that changes everything.

Khe loves her life with her sisters on a farming commune. But when she realizes her ability to accelerate crop growth is a death sentence, she makes the wrenching decision to leave the only home she’s known. Fleeing across the treacherous wilderness, she makes her way to the city of Chimbalay—in search of the orindles who can save her life. But Chimbalay has its own dangers. The Powers are there—the secret rulers who have chosen Khe to be the mother of a monstrous new race.

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Rajesh Khanna (DrKhanna) | 3 comments If you want to learn more about Prelex and why its better than lasik. Also you would learn a lot about eyes and its working.
I would be happy to give away a copy of this book.

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Karen A. Wyle (kawyle) | 271 comments I'll be happy to provide free ebooks (.mobi, .epub or PDF, or a Smashwords coupon) of my new novel Wander Home in exchange for a review posted on Amazon. (Posting elsewhere, e.g. Goodreads or Smashwords, would be a lovely bonus.)
Wander Home Wander Home by Karen A. Wyle

The Blurb:


Death is what you make it. . . .

Eleanor never wanted to leave the daughter she loved so much. The overpowering urge to wander -- to search, without knowing what she sought -- drove her away. She left little Cassidy in her family's loving care. But Cassidy and the others died in an accident before Eleanor could find her way home.

Cassidy has her grandparents, and her Great-Grandma. And all of them have what may be eternity. Memories can be relived, or shared. The wonders of the world they left behind are only a thought away. The one-way tyranny of aging is no more -- a white-haired and stooped great-grandmother one moment can be a laughing young playmate the next. But nothing can ease Cassidy's longing for her mother; and Eleanor's parents know better than to hope that Eleanor's life has been a happy one.

Now, they are all reunited, with the chance to understand and heal. But the restlessness that shaped Eleanor's life still haunts her in death. Somehow, she must solve the mystery of her life -- or none of them will be at peace.


If you reply that you're interested and you don't hear from me promptly, then please email me at Thanks!

message 21: by Matthew (new)

Matthew McFarland (matthewwmcfarland) | 22 comments Hi folks, I'm offering an ebook in whatever format you like in exchange for honest reviews of my book on and Of course if you want to leave reviews anywhere else then it's up to you.

here is the blurb:

Fifty/Fifty and Other Stories is a collection of eleven outstanding short stories by Northern Irish author Matthew W. McFarland.

In 'Fifty/Fifty', a policeman is called out to an attempted suicide on the iconic Forth Rail Bridge. His previous experience with 'jumpers' has led to one death and one life saved - his current record is fifty/fifty, but all that is about to change.

In 'Defenestration', a man is thrown from the twelfth storey of a building in mysterious circumstances. As he falls towards almost certain death, he contemplates his fate, killer whales, flying cats, and the untapped potential of the human mind.

In 'The Burning Bar', a man enters a burning building to rescue the love of his life, and becomes trapped, as the whole place collapses around him. Will he manage to escape before it is too late?

'What Have You Done?' deals with the legacy of the conflict in Northern Ireland, as a civil servant comes face to face with an ex-terrorist, leading him to discover how the previous generation coped with living through the worst of the Troubles.

These, and seven other stories, touching on sport, fatherhood, arachnophobia, faith, and cannibalism, make up an exciting collection of short fiction which will leave readers wanting more.Fifty/Fifty and other stories

message 22: by Lauren (new)

Lauren Marrero | 1 comments Hello,
My names is Lauren Marrero and I am the author of Seducing the Laird, a historical romance set in the early Renaissance. Please message me if you would like a copy for review.

Seducing the Laird by Lauren Marrero

Beautiful and skilled, Verena is the perfect temptress for hire—and the ruthless English Lord Gundy knows it. When she’s sent to seduce Cairn McPherson—Gundy’s enemy and key to a fabled Scottish treasure—Verena never expects her prey to be such a brave, honorable man. And she never expects to have to choose between her family of spies and the one man who could win her love.

Nearly destitute, Cairn is set on raising his once-thriving clan from the ashes. His final hope is the lost McPherson treasure, rumored to be hidden somewhere in his dead father’s castle. Though she has nursed him back to health, can he really trust Verena to stand loyally by his side—or is there a treachery in her heart that could destroy the McPhersons once and for all?

message 23: by Nancy (last edited Oct 04, 2012 07:30PM) (new)

Nancy Jarvis (screalwriter) | 56 comments Maybe you can help me figure out the genre for this book even if you don't want to read it. Mags and the AARP Gang tells what happens when eigthy-three year old Mags and twenty-one other residents of a low income senior mobile home part face eviction because the park is about to be foreclosed. Some of them---octogenarians all---decide the only reasonable thing to do is rob the bank that holds the mortgage in order to pay it off and save their homes. (There was some political hanky-panky and corruption that got the park in such a mess.)

Mags is a pistol. Her gang members include Harvey, a charmer of the first order and her best friend, Jean, a sensible master baker and Mags' second best friend, Larry a larger than life man prone to overacting, and Melvin the widowed writer and odd duck who is trying to rewrite Phantom of the Opera to produce an ending he likes better than the Webber version.

The book has funny scenes, a scary scene, revenge, and a trial. What do you think?

message 24: by Dee (last edited Oct 05, 2012 03:31AM) (new)

Dee Doanes (deedoanes) | 4 comments The Man With the Green Suitcase by Dee Doanes

Dee Doanes
Paranormal, Mystery

What does...

A prostitute,
A corrupt businessman, and
A disfigured young woman

Have in common with a mysterious, old
homeless man who carries a green suitcase?

The old man comes into people’s lives because it is
important for them to experience the visions that he is somehow able to show them—visions that even he doesn’t understand. But whoever he connects with will go through a transformation that will change the course of their life,for better or worse. The old man has no memory of who he is or even what the suitcase holds.

This story is magical realism, realistic with paranormal elements,a mystery that needs to be solved, and a man and woman who will finally realize that they were meant to come into each other’s lives
and remain forever.

Prefer you be in the US since other countries don't post to Amazon US. I offer a PDF or Mobi copy. Please post on Good Reads,, and your blog (if you have one). Email at:


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Steve (sefccw) | 37 comments Nancy wrote: "Maybe you can help me figure out the genre for this book even if you don't want to read it. Mags and the AARP Gang tells what happens when eigthy-three year old Mags and twenty-one other residents ..."

Contemporary Fiction?

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Nancy wrote: "Maybe you can help me figure out the genre for this book even if you don't want to read it. Mags and the AARP Gang tells what happens when eigthy-three year old Mags and twenty-one other residents ..."

I would say a book like this could fall under 'general' and 'humor'. The term 'general' is fairly commonly used. Contemporary fiction is the other choice. So 'general contemporary fiction - humor' should do it.

message 27: by Nancy (new)

Nancy Jarvis (screalwriter) | 56 comments Hi Steve and Mall,
Thanks for the suggestions. I'm hoping to figure out some smaller categories, too, so the book has a chance of being seen on Amazon lists. For example, I have written four mysteries. "Mysteries" is a huge category but I can add "women sleuths" and the category, while still large is smaller.

message 28: by Siggy (new)

Siggy Buckley (goodreadscomsiggy) | 29 comments HI all, thanks for the thread, Vincent. I'd love to participate and offer my novel too; Next Time Lucky:Lessons of a
It 's about a pioneer in onlne dating, adivorceed woman on the rebound,originally in matchmaker in Ireland who now goes online to find Mr. Right.
It's written for everybody who tried her/his hand at online dating and would like to compare notes or see where they went wrong. It has raunchy passages, but also a lot of witty humor and insider advice. if you weren't to keen on Fifty Shades of grey--this may be more to your liking: written by an experienced woman. Contact me her and i"ll send you a pdf file. Many thank. Can't wait to hear from you.

message 29: by Sean (last edited Oct 05, 2012 09:36AM) (new)

Sean MacUisdin | 61 comments Good day, before I put anything up, I'd love a pointer on hyperlinking here.

Thanks, all!

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Michael Santolini (therainbowstickboy) | 10 comments Free Today and Tomorrow!~

The Rainbow Stick Boy

message 31: by J.D. (last edited Oct 05, 2012 10:18AM) (new)

J.D. Hallowell | 62 comments Sean wrote: "Good day, before I put anything up, I'd love a pointer on hyperlinking here.

Thanks, all!"

If you just want to know how to link to your book page /cover image on Goodreads, click the "add book/author" link above the comment box and search for it, then click "add" when you find it.

If you want more information on formatting and hyperlinking beyond that, click on the "(some html is ok)" link above the comment box and follow the instructions.

I hope this helped!

message 32: by Sean (new)

Sean MacUisdin | 61 comments J.D. wrote: "Sean wrote: "Good day, before I put anything up, I'd love a pointer on hyperlinking here.

Thanks, all!"

If you just want to know how to link to your book page /cover image on Goodreads, click the..."

It did. I'm at my dumbest when I don't read the instructions :)

message 33: by Sean (last edited Oct 05, 2012 10:41AM) (new)

Sean MacUisdin | 61 comments Would be thrilled to send out a copy of my dystopian science fiction, The Scarlet Bastards.

"“Breathe deeply, jawan, it shall be your last.”

So was the memorable opening dialogue of The Scarlet Bastards, the memoirs of a young man named Alexander ”Sikunder” Armstrong. A seventeen year old runaway from the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia, “Sikunder” fled the tedium of a well planned life to the frigid dystopian wastes of the Serberor Campus on the distant colony of Samsāra some 20 light years from Earth. Here, as a jawan in the United Nations Off-World Legion, “Sikunder” experiences the dumping ground of the refugee camps of the United Nations; where tribes and warlords rule with an iron fist and life is cheap and easily lost.

Come join “Sikunder” as he fights pirates on the decks of a paddlewheeler, teaches the finer points of the j-stroke to his decuria leader, MacShaka the Tartan Zulu, and encounters members of the villainous Chinese gang, The Black Hand, after a bottle of bad pinot noir and a plate of the foulest fish in the Seleucus Lacus!"

The Scarlet Bastards by Sean MacUisdin

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Rajesh Khanna (DrKhanna) | 3 comments I can give it free but cannot make you read :-)
Please review

message 35: by Darlene (last edited Oct 14, 2012 12:58PM) (new)

Darlene Jones (darlene_jones) | 152 comments Here are my books, if anyone is interested. Embattled by Darlene Jones EMPOWERED by Darlene Jones
Embraced by Darlene Jones

My website:

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William Stuart (thegemstonechronicles) | 72 comments Hello everyone! I would love to have some reviews of my MG/YA fantasy adventure novel. I can provide it as .pdf, .mobi, or .epub. The novel is:

The Gemstone Chronicles Book One The Carnelian by William L. Stuart

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Kasi Blake (kcblake) | 44 comments In celebration of the third book's release, I am giving away free digital copies of the first in the series. What is it about?

They don't call him Jackpot for nothing.

Seventeen-year-old Jack always beats the odds... at least until now. When a werewolf tried to kill him ten years ago, vampires saved his life. At first he was grateful. Then he realized he couldn't go home to his brother, couldn't return to his old life. Humans can become vampires; vampires can't become mortal again, but somehow Jack gets lucky. Like a cat, he always lands on his feet. He wakes up one morning without fangs, and the sunlight doesn't set him on fire. This is it, his dream, only it's real this time. What could possibly go wrong?

Enter a pretty hunter with dark secrets, a brother who wants to stake him just to be on the safe side, and a psychotic werewolf. Now we have a party.

Just click the link and download in whatever format you want.

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Adam Graham (adamgraham) | 14 comments I'll be happy to provide a free digital copy (PDF) of my superhero novella, Powerhouse Flies Again

Superhero fan Dave Johnson once had superpowers but his double life as the Powerhouse nearly cost him his family. Dave lost his superpowers but saved his marriage from divorce.

A year later, Dave is a stay at home dad living off the royalties from Powerhouse comic books. Dave's former symbiote has become the family's five star gourmet chef while also being a super powered International man of mystery fighting evil in far flung corners of the globe. Dave still feels a yearning to help people and misses being Powerhouse.

When a cynical CEO suggests that Powerhouse didn't make a difference, Dave gets a chance to get his powers back. Will Powerhouse make a comeback? Can he make Seattle a better place to live? How will his family react?

Find out in this novella sequel to the Superhero Parody Novel, Tales of the Dim Knight. Powerhouse Flies Again offers laughs, action, adventure, and a new villain in the first installment of Adventures of Powerhouse series.

Send me a message on Goodreads or email me at adam at adamsweb dot us.

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Siggy Buckley (goodreadscomsiggy) | 29 comments Thanks for starting the thread. However, I see more books offered here than readers offering...Should I add mine? It's a 'modern women's fiction', not romance, not Erotica though it has it's raunchy moments. It's about a divorced woman in Ireland on the rebound looking for Mr. Right in all the wrong places. It has ca. 16 good reviews already on Amazon but I'd love some more. Title: Next Time Lucky: Lessons of a Matchmaker....and it's written by a pro.
I can offer you a pdf because I odn't know how to do the smashword vouchers etc.Please contact me & I'll send it to you posthaste.

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Chris Pasley | 3 comments My new book is free for the next two days... I'd love some reviews!

For the last twenty three years, the civilized world has lived in terror of its children. Any boy or girl of teenage years is kept in Quarantine, for fear of the parasite-spreading monsters they might become. These Quarantines are rigid societies, built on a foundation of authority and desperate force -- disruption brings punishment. Rebellion is not tolerated.

Until a boy named Sam walks in and everything... changes.

Cages by Chris Pasley

message 41: by David (last edited Oct 16, 2012 03:29PM) (new)

David Nova (davidnova) Season of the Serpent (Book 1) by David Nova

20 free kindle ebooks of "Season of the Serpent: Book One" are available for readers who would like to read & review a contemporary fantasy novel.

To receive a free copy, please visit my website, click the banner, and send a request.

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Mark Barber | 3 comments My book 'Bad At Being Bad'(Kindle edition) is available on Amazon. If I get enough interest I will arrange a promotional day so you can download it for free to review.

The link:

The Blurb:
Living with his parents - rent-free, jobless, and on the dole - life is stress-free and easy. However, watching the world go by has not made Steve any less opinionated, especially on important and pressing issues such as social networking sites and daytime TV.

But fate is about to deal another hand. Motivated by the fear of losing his benefits and precious beer money, and enticed by an exotic-sounding location, Steve takes a job that is not quite what it seems…

Thrust into a surreal world of pen-pushing lunatics, he discovers that bureaucracy has not only gone mad, but also very bad. And there is more to his psychotic boss than meets the eye. With under-performing colleagues disappearing, simply being at work seems to be an occupational hazard.

Is it is possible to be bad at being bad? Steve is about to find out in this hilarious and outspoken take on business and survival in today’s crazy and hectic world.

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Linda (ladylawyer8650) | 101 comments Nancy wrote: "Maybe you can help me figure out the genre for this book even if you don't want to read it. Mags and the AARP Gang tells what happens when eigthy-three year old Mags and twenty-one other residents ..."

I think it sounds interesting and like something I would like to read and review.

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Linda (ladylawyer8650) | 101 comments Mark wrote: "My book 'Bad At Being Bad'(Kindle edition) is available on Amazon. If I get enough interest I will arrange a promotional day so you can download it for free to review.

The link:"

I tried to download the free preview to show you that I have interest in your book. Nook and Kindle just won't behave today.

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Linda (ladylawyer8650) | 101 comments Siggy wrote: "Thanks for starting the thread. However, I see more books offered here than readers offering...Should I add mine? It's a 'modern women's fiction', not romance, not Erotica though it has it's raunch..."

Siggy wrote: "Thanks for starting the thread.
However, I see more books offered here than readers offering...Should I add mine? It's a 'modern women's fiction', not romance, not Erotica though it has it's raunch..."

Siggy wrote: "Thanks for starting the thread. However, I see more books offered here than readers offering...Should I add mine? It's a 'modern women's fiction', not roggy wrote: "Thanks for starting the thread. However, I see more books offered here than readers offering...Should I add mine? It's a 'modern women's fiction', not romance, not Erotica though it has it's raunch..."

Siggy, I am sorry I messed up your message while trying to respond to said message. I would like to review your book.

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Marc Nash (sulci) | 754 comments I have a new sci-fi comedy romance novel published to kindle this week. Called Time After Time Time After Time by Marc Nash I would love anyone who is interested in sci-fi to review it. I can supply either a version in Mobi or a PDF as I'm afraid the book doesn't exist in print.

For a taster, here is the book's trailer:

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Christina Leigh | 4 comments Hi everyone! I have two eBooks that I'd love to give to anyone who is willing to give me an honest review on amazon. Here's the first:


The second is Lark's End. It will be FREE starting on the 24th of October for two days.

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Jamie Marchant (jamiemarchant) | 57 comments I'm giving away ebooks to anyone who will do a honest review of my sword and sorcery fantasy novel. I'm even willing to review your book in exchange.

The Goddess's Choice

The crown princess Samantha fears she’s mad; no one but she sees colors glowing around people. The peasant Robrek Angusstamm believes he’s a demon; animals speak to him, and his healing powers far outstrip those of his village’s priests. Despite their fears, their combined powers make them the goddess’s choice to rule the kingdom of Korthlundia.

In my sword and sorcery novel, The Goddess’s Choice, Samantha’s ability enables her to discern a person’s character through their multi-colored aura, and Robrek’s makes him the strongest healer the kingdom has seen in centuries. But their gifts also endanger their lives. Royals scheme to usurp the throne by marrying or killing Samantha, and priests plot to burn Robrek at the stake. Robrek escapes the priests only to be captured by Samantha’s arch-enemy, Duke Argblutal; Argblutal intends to force the princess to marry him by exploiting Robrek’s powers. To save their own lives and stop the realm from sinking into civil war, Robrek and Samantha must consolidate their powers and unite the people behind them.

The Goddess’s Choice is based on a Norwegian fairy tale, “The Princess and the Glass Hill.” Though my favorite fairy tale as a child, it disturbed me that the female character has no name and no role other than being handed off as a prize. My novel remakes the crown princess of Korthlundia into a strong heroine who is every bit as likely to be the rescuer as the one rescued.

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D.E.M. Emrys (d_e_m_emrys) | 17 comments From Man to Man by D.E.M. Emrys

I'm David (pen name D. E. M. Emrys) but you can all call me D. I thought I'd just drop in to tell you all about my new fantasy ebook 'From Man to Man'. I'm offering FREE copies to anyone willing to review/rate/shelf it on Goodreads and elsewhere. If you're interested in helping out please send me a direct message on goodreads, or email me on

'From Man to Man' can be found it on Amazon, Smashwords, and here on Goodreads.

Here's a quick rundown for 'From Man to Man':

‘I’ve traded my old enemies for just this one…’ The axe thundered home. ‘I miss the old ones.’

Every man has a past, none more so than Draven Reinhardt. Abandoning his old life to settle down as a villager, he struggles to fit in, let alone hold down a job. When opportunity offers the much needed coin, Draven is torn between a promise and a purpose.

But, what’s one last job if you’ve already got blood on your hands?

‘From Man to Man’ is the story of how one man can change – or not – for the best. Prequel to the upcoming novel ‘It Began With Ashes’, the short (6400 words) introduces the reader to a world of suspense, intrigue, and action.

Exclusive preview chapter from ‘It Began With Ashes’.

From Man to Man by D.E.M. Emrys

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Charity | 27 comments Tina wrote: "Hi everyone! I have two eBooks that I'd love to give to anyone who is willing to give me an honest review on amazon. Here's the first:


The second is Lark's End. It will be FREE starting on..."

Hi, I would love to review for you! My email is Thanks!

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