Free Stuff

As much as possible, I like to reward my awesome readers with free gifts, deals, and give-aways:

 Save yourself $3.60.  Leave an honest review of Gaia’s Brood and claim a free copy of the Helium3 Box Set

Reviews make books more visible to other reader and potential buyers. So if you take the time to leave an honest review of Gaia’s Brood, I would like to express my thanks by giving you the entire Helium3 Box set as a free gift.

Helium3 Box Set
Helium3 Box Set

Complete the form below, together with a note of where you left the review, and I will send you a 100% discount voucher for the ebook version of the Helium3 Box Set.

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 Save at least $0.99.  Free copy of the Episode 1 in the Helium3 Series 

To download the first book in my Helium3 series, Episode 1, totally free of charge, (saving yourself $0.99 on the Amazon price) just click here.

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Save yourself at least $2.99.  Leave an honest review of Helium3 Episode 1 and claim Episode 2 Free of charge

Reviews make books more visible to potential buyers.  So if you take the time to leave a review of Helium3 Episode 1, I would like to express my thanks by giving you Episode 2 as a free gift.

    Helium3 Episode 2
Helium3 Episode 2

Complete the form below, with a brief note of where you left the review, and I will email you a 100% discount coupon for a free copy of Helium3 Episode 2.

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Sign up for the  VIP mailing list below, and I will send you, from time-to-time, information about newly published stories/novels, exclusive deals, free give-aways, and bits of news about my writing.

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4 thoughts on “Free Stuff”

  1. Very impressed with Gaia’s Brood. I have left a review on Amazon… Under the name: Ron Mac (NW Steam Gazette)
    I would encourage you to continue and finish the sequel.

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  2. I plan on reading Gaia’s Brood; when I do I will gladly post an honest review if you like. An example of my review style is on Amazon for “Winter’s Captive” by June V. Bourno; another example is on my blog for “The Scattered and the Dead” by L. T. McBain.

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