Friday, March 2, 2012

Read an E-Book Week March 4-10, 2012

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In case you haven't heard, March 4-10, 2012 is read an e-book week. If you live in Canada, it's even better because they have devoted the entire month of March to reading e-books. Wow! That's a lot of reading.

Every year, Smashwords gets in on the read-an-e-book-week-fun by allowing authors to discount their books for 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100% off. I did some quick math on that last one and it turns out that means the book is free if it is 100% off. Go figure.

Last year, I was thrilled to be a part of the week by offering the few books I had at a discount. This year though is a lot more fun because I have a lot of e-books. This allows me to offer all kinds of crazy discounts for you to take advantage of. Even if one book doesn't capture your interest or your wallet's interest, another one might.

Listed below are all the books I'm discounting on Smashwords during Read an E-Book Week. They are listed in order of lowest to highest discount. If you click the title, it will take you to the product page for the book on Smashwords. Also, Fram Gage and The Infinite Ability goes multi-platform on March 8, 2012. When it does, I will add it to the list below. Fram Gage and The Infinite Ability is now available on Smashwords for 50% off during the promotion.

Please note that you will need to use the coupon code listed below in order to receive the discount!

Smashwords Read an E-Book Week Discounts
25% Off E-Books (Coupon Code REW25):

50% Off E-Books (Coupon Code REW50):

Free E-Books (Coupon Code REW75):

To see all the books available at discounted rates on Smashwords during the Read an E-Book Promotion, click here.


B.C. Young is the author of many science fiction eBooks available on the Amazon Kindle, Nook, and other eReader devices. He also writes under the pen name Desmond Shepherd. He enjoys spending time with his family, reading,  and watching movies.

He hopes you take advantage of the offers above, although he knows you most likely won't. To that he says, "The loss is yours and mine." ;)