Due to the early Spring that Mother Nature has gifted us, the Elves have decided to celebrate early. We all know how Elves love to party.
What this means for you is Gabriel is being released a whole day early!
Thanks so much for following us and sharing the official release date of Gabriel – Book One of the Elven Chronicles!
The book is available in the following formats:
• Epub (this version covers Apple Ipad/Books, Nook, Sony Reader, Kobo, and most e-reading apps including Stanza, Aidiko, Adobe Digital Editions and others)
• PDF (Best for reading on PC/MAC, or for printing at home)
• RTF (readable on most word processors – suggested if you don’t have a reader and would like to read on your computer through a program like Word)
•LRF (Use only for older model Sony Readers that do not use the Epub format)
There are other versions available, but these are the most common for the e-Readers.
Kindle format is available on Amazon.ca
Click here for the direct link
The rest of the formats (including another Kindle version) are available on Smashwords.
Here is the direct link to Smashwords
You may need to click the “Deactivate Adult Filter” button on the Smashwords page before you can access the book’s information and download links.
For both Amazon and Smashwords you will need to sign up and activate an account to download the eBook.
There will be eBooks available through iBooks, Barns and Noble and Kobo as well, but they may not be available for a few days as it takes a little bit longer for the books to become available on those websites.
All of the eBook versions for iBooks, Barns and Noble and Kobo are available on Smashwords and if you do not wish to wait to download the book please use the Smashword links. The exact date of availability for these stores is unknown at this point.
Between the dates of March 20th, and March 27th we will be offering Gabriel at a special Spring Introductory price of $0.99. This is a great opportunity for you to buy a copy for friends or family and pass along the word of a new author.
To end we just want to leave you with a friendly reminder about Piracy and sharing content.
You probably know that video and DVD piracy is a crime. But so is book piracy. It is theft. Piracy hurts authors and the industry as well as readers who eventually will not have the books they want to read. When sales go down, book publishers may not renew contracts. Several authors have failed to get contracts renewed because of the huge amount of piracy going on. As many as 100,000 downloads on a single title go out in a DAY. No industry can take that kind of loss and of course those books read are not reported to the publishing house so the house has no way of knowing the author is popular, nor would they care as they can’t stay in business either. So please, help keep our talents available for all to enjoy by following the rules.
Thank you for your support,