Monday, January 04, 2010

Two of My Novels--For FREE

Happy new year, all. Forensics & Faith kicks off 2010 with one of the things I love to do best--give away books. If you believe in your product, as I do, one of the best ways to build word of mouth is to simply allow people to sample the product. So when my editor asked if I'd be willing to offer a couple of my suspense novels for free in their Kindle versions, I said, "You bet!"

Right now you can download my two latest adult novels, Exposure, and Dark Pursuit, for free on the Kindle. If you don't have a Kindle, you can download the Kindle app for PC for free on Amazon, or download the free app for iPhone/iPod Touch. Last month Amazon announced that Kindle software for the Mac is coming soon. I hear you can also get an app for your Blackberry.

Get Exposure for free now.
Get Dark Pursuit for free now.

On the Amazon page for each book, look to the right for links to download Kindle software for the PC and iPhone.

Offering these two books for free has pushed them to the Top Ten in the bestseller list for Kindle. Exposure is currently at #3 and Dark Pursuit is #6. This is good exposure (pun intended) for my novels, and a great deal for readers.

If you're not yet aware of the Kindle bestseller list, check it out here on the main page for Kindle books. (Look to the right and down a little.) Since many of the free books push toward the top of the list, this is a good way to find what is currently available at no cost.

If you download one or both of my free novels, I'd love to hear from you when you've read the books.

Blessings and happy reading to you all in 2010.


Nicole said...

Very cool, BC, and generous. I don't have a Kindle, but I've read both of these, and they're worth every penny to purchase them so to get them free? Awesome.

Annette said...

Wow! That is very generous of you! I will have to look into downloading the app for our computer. Though I have to say, I think I would like reading in print best, but there was a time that I made rough drafts on paper before putting them onto the computer, so this would be a great trial!

Annette said...

PS. I posted about your free books with a link back here! Thanks.

Your tip about the Kindle bestsellers certainly proved to be true. I was impressed with how many free books are available on Amazon, as well as the prices of those that are not free. It tempts me, though I have to say I'm pretty frugal. If I buy a book I like to share it with friends and even the library...because I use my church and public library THAT much!

Sheila Deeth said...

I've read them both and they're great. What a wonderful gift to your kindled friends.

pdw said...

They are showing up as $11.59 for me. Not so free.

~ Brandilyn Collins said...

PDW, sorry you missed the free promotion. It ran for over 3 weeks. This post was written January 4 when the promo had just started.