And the best part about it is that it’s free! OK, sorry about that, I think posting Dr. Seuss yesterday put me into some kind of rhyming fugue state. Normally, I only post free books on Friday (and sadly, F falls on a Monday so I’ll have to think of something else). But the A-to-Z Challenge doesn’t beckon normal.
By the way, It’s also available at Smashwords, Barnes & Noble and iTunes.
Better Living Through GRAVY and Other Oddities by Isa-Lee Wolf. Amazon for FREE. A quirky collection of seven short short stories, each about 1000 words or so. All strange with a light dusting of sci-fi, these quick reads offer a brief escape into imaginary worlds with fun, excitement, and possibly a laugh. Or two. Three might be a stretch.
Warning: If a woman calling herself “Aunty Ida” approaches you and offers a solution to your problem, doctors recommend running. Quickly. Whatever direction she’s not in.
Caution: Don’t try any of the proposed solutions at home, as they’ve been found to be scientifically absurd.
Note: Imaginary animals may or may not exist. How should we know?
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Well, I’m going off script again, but at least it might make this Monday feel like a Friday. My funny, weird short story collection, Better Living Through GRAVY and Other Oddities is now free from Amazon, as well as Smashwords, Apple, and Barnes & Noble. So it’s free everywhere! Yay! Take a copy. I hear it’s great for stabilizing that wobbly virtual coffee table.
Nope. Not a morning book today. Tons of books! It’s Read an eBook Week at Smashwords, and there are literally hundreds of books being discounted, now through March 8. If there’s a title that’s been featured here you’ve had your eye on, it might be on sale.
Aunty Ida’s Full Service Mental Institution (by Invitation Only) is half-off this week with code REW50, and Better Living Through GRAVY and Other Oddities is still free at Smashwords (want it free from Amazon? Please let them know by clicking the “tell us about a lower price” link on this page).
Now’s a great time to stock up on reading material, given that March doesn’t seem to have brought us much closer to spring. Maybe there are lots of books that take place in nice, warm places.