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Steampunk, Alchemy, Airships and…more! March 1, 2020

Posted by bobv451 in alt history, business, charity, e-books, fantasy, Free, sci-fi, science fiction, steampunk, weird westerns, writing, zeppelin.
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Ebooks can never replace hardcopy print (ie, dead tree) books entirely, but publishing electronically gives rise to all sorts of awesome ways for an author to market those entertaining wares quickly and easily.

The usual markets are there: Amazon; Smashwords; iTunes; online stores. Services like BookBub let authors reach a wider audience, but one sales method in particular intrigues me. The Story Bundle. (Disclaimer. I had a book, THE INFINITY PLAGUE in a story bundle last year and have another, GATEWAY TO RUST AND RUIN in one running right now.)

Just want to sample a few titles? You can do so for free.  A few dollars gets a couple more titles. Take the plunge at $15 (and up, your choice) and receive hours and hours of amazing entertainment. A movie ticket can cost about what 13 novels will run you in a Story Bundle. The nice thing is how you support indie authors directly (that’s kinda, sorta me–I’m a hybrid author but lots of my stuff is indie published). And if you’re feeling beneficent, you can kick in part of that purchase price to a worthy charity. Entertain yourself, help others (both writers and beyond writers into the community). Get immediate gratification with ebooks that you own. What a deal.

The steampunk story bundle runs until March 12th, so you have time to check it out and decide if you want ebooks from Kevin Anderson and Neal Peart, Marie Andreas, Tim Niederitter, Louisa Swann, and others–including me!

And be sure to keep checking later for other story bundles with different themes.

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