There is a maxim that’s true: every writer is first a reader. It’s what inspires every writer to pursue the vocation in any capacity. We write because we read. I believe this is more so true for the novelist than for the nonfiction author but it’s true nonetheless. So, as devourers of stories and knowledge, we look for opportunities to indulge in our first love as much as possible. For the frugal reader, downloading free ebooks is we get our fix and there are myriad ways to find them. Here are my top five ways to get free ebooks.
I have been diligently working to get the ball rolling on The Dark Corner Archives and the first updated and revised story is up and running. Because I did some many things differently and the tools have changed drastically for indie publishers, I spent more time getting acclimated to my new tools than I did revising the story.
The first book in the series, The Visitor, launched today. It has a new cover and new content. It is the shortest out of all the stories in the series but it gets the ball rolling. It is the story that brings up a lot of unanswered questions whose solution you can only find in the books that follow it. It’s free and will forever remain that way. I make it easy for you to grab a copy so click on the link and read this post now.
It has been some time since I gave an update on the next short story in The Dark Corner series, The Basement. I have not forgotten. Not by a long shot. Here’s the latest on this project and how you can get a copy for free as soon as it comes out.