PERIGEE for FREE


That’s right, everyone’s favorite four-letter word: F-R-E-E.

I’m running a promotion, today only, where you can download Perigee for your Kindle for exactly $0.00. They say stuff is worth what you pay for it, but in this case I think you’d be getting a whole lot of value for nuttin’. You can find all that high-value/low-risk goodness right here.

And for those of you waiting on the paperback version, don’t worry. We’re in final review right now and so far it looks excellent. But weird things can happen when a professional imports a Word file into more serious software, like italics and paragraph returns going crazy. That means a line-by-line edit of what will be about a 360-page novel. That’s a lot of headache-inducing work.

So here’s a shout-out to my cousin Suzanne’s company, Fresh Ink Foundry. She did a terrific job on formatting the e-version and is turning out a Big Publishing-worthy paperback.

So yeah, I’m working on it. We should still have it ready to go by the end of the month. In the meantime, enjoy the e-version. If you don’t have a Kindle, you can download a free Kindle reading app from Amazon that works on iPads, PCs, and laptops.

As always, I humbly request that once you’re finished to please consider posting a review on Amazon. Enjoy, and thanks for reading!

UPDATE: The promo’s a little over halfway done, and Perigee just hit Number One on the Amazon Sci-Fi list! Okay, it’s the “free” side but I’ll take it. Hopefully this translates into actual sales tomorrow when the promo’s over. At least that was the idea. Thanks to everyone who picked up a copy!

The plug from Instapundit didn’t hurt either. Thanks Glenn!

 

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