Repeating offers made in the past that gave readers free downloads of his “bleeding-edge dystopian thrillers,” author Matthew Bracken will once more be providing Kindle versions of his books at no cost, starting Wednesday and continuing through Thursday.
“I'm going to put the Enemies Trilogy on a Kindle ‘free run’ on Wednesday, January 15th,” Bracken announced to followers on Facebook. “The next day I'll free run my other two books. Pass the word to avid readers who might be short of bucks currently."
See the graphic accompanying this column for the titles being offered.
“My main goal with this is to get the [books] downloaded by folks who have never heard of them,” Bracken explained.
Because the free download links are not yet active, this column will be updated when the promotions go live.
Those who take advantage of these offers are reminded that even though the books are "free," it’s important for those receiving gifts to acknowledge them. The best way to express gratitude in this case (in addition to purchasing one or more of Bracken’s books), is to share this offer with others, and to help him attain his goal for doing this in the first place: To get his work in front of people who would otherwise never hear of it.
January 15 Update: The EFAD trilogy is available for free Kindle download today only. As with previous offers, if you don't have a Kindle, no problem -- Amazon has a free reader app.
Two columns dealing with a well-financed threat were published over the weekend that Gun Rights Examiner readers should help spread the word on, because wider attention could not only embarrass a bitter enemy of the right to keep and bear arms, but actually bring his operations under investigation if enough attention can be called to them. It’s no surprise that the “mainstream media” has no interest in this information getting out of a niche readership, so that’s where regular readers come in. Please share the links to “DeBlasio conspicuously absent as Bloomberg still listed on MAIG site” and “MAIG documents suggest misuse of public funds, conflict with Brady Campaign” with like-minded colleagues and urge them to do the same.
Wouldn’t it be nice to force him to remain on the defensive, instead of leaving him unblocked to attack us at will? Actually, if enough people get involved, perhaps answering for the results of an audit might end up occupying him full time.
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When your turn to be tested comes, how will you fare? Wouldn’t it be better to stop the antis before they get that far? How can we, if most gun owners let a relative handful of activists do all the work? The latest GUNS Magazine "Rights Watch" column is online, and you can read it before the issue hits the stands. Click here to read "The Unconstitutional State."