Spring, Books, and Prices

Last week, Smashwords had a sale in celebration of ebooks. I must admit, the idea has inspired me. I think it would be a grand idea to keep my books at a special price for a while longer.

But what to celebrate? St. Patrick’s Day? Wait, who? A Catholic saint? Not on this blog, sorry. But there’s the general “Irish is cool” sentiment, with which I totally agree. I’ve been looking up Guinness recipes all day.

Let’s not forget that next week is also Ostara, aka the Spring Solstice. That’s totally worth a celebration! Ostara always calls for more Guinness, too. Along with the seeds, eggs, and garden-blessing (and boy, could my garden use blessing!).

So! In honor of All Things Irish, and in honor of Spring: I give you a sale. I know, I know. Don’t blame me, I can’t help it – I’m American. Do you want the sale or not?

Okay then. For the next I haven’t decided how long, all of my ebooks will be $2.99. Buy them from Amazon, Smashwords, or Kobo, they’ll be $2.99.  It may take a bit of time for the new price to trickle down to Apple, B&N, or other places, but I think if you order them through Smashwords, you’ll get the sale price.

For the record, the books on sale are:

The Time Travel Journals: Shipbuilder (I’m cheating because this one has always been $2.99)
The Time Travel Journals: Bridgebuilders
Moon Over Donamorgh

And for you lovely, lovely people who already bought my books at the higher price?

I LOVE YOU!

And I’m not going to leave you to suffer. Come back tomorrow and I’ll post about a contest just for you.

Happy Spring!

 

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