Last Chance to Read St. Charles at Dusk Free on KDP Through 3/31


St. Charles at Dusk will be free to borrow through the Kindle Lending Library for two more weeks only.

I posted last month that I was removing St. Charles at Dusk from KDP Select (the Amazon program that makes your Kindle book available on the Kindle Lending Library, and gives writers a share of the profit anytime a book is downloaded), as the program requires you to distribute your work exclusively through Amazon while you’re enrolled. I’ve had readers express interest in the Nook, Itunes, etc versions and this will allow me make it available in those formats as well.

St. Charles at Dusk will be in the program through March 31st. So, if you’ve been looking for a chance to read it, risk-free, before the sequel comes out (Spring 2013!), then, here you go! (Note: To download, you actually need to search for the book via your Kindle device or software)



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3 thoughts on “Last Chance to Read St. Charles at Dusk Free on KDP Through 3/31

  1. I wish I subscribed to Prime so I could get it for free! But, the paid version isn’t steep. It’s only a matter of time. =)

    1. Man, Prime is the bane of my existence. It’s both the best and worst thing that ever happened to me…free 2-day shipping on almost anything is amazing, but, of course, this means I spend more money at Amazon than anywhere else. I have such a love/hate relationship with it!!

      And don’t worry, I won’t be ever raising that price on the e-book…I want to keep it accessible for everyone 🙂

      1. Haha, exactly. When I got my Kindle for X-mas a couple years ago, I got a fairly lengthly Prime trial…and paid for it, so to speak. Loved it, though.

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