75% OFF The Summit Seeker Sale

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It’s the sixth annual Read an Ebook Week over at Smashwords, and in celebration The Summit Seeker is 75% off starting today until March 8th as part of a site-wide promotion.

Read an Ebook Week is an international celebration of ebooks in which thousands of authors, publishers and retailers feature free and discounted ebooks to help promote the joys of e-reading to the world’s readers. Each year, Smashwords authors are the most active participants, and the store features the largest selection of participating titles.

Until March 8th, you can purchase my book, The Summit Seeker, for a measly $1.25 USD. The price goes back up after this week, so be sure to take advantage of the discount!

Take advantage of The Summit Seeker discount.

Use the code REW75 at checkout for 75% off.

Also, please consider leaving a short Amazon review if you have read the book. The reviews are valuable to me out as a new author.

Available formats: epub, mobi, pdf, rtf, lrf, pdb, txt

Browse all eBooks on sale this week.

Like the official Read an Ebook Week Facebook page.

Read an interview with Rita Toews, the woman who created Read an Ebook Week. 

Network with fellow Smashwords authors and readers on the official Smashwords Facebook page.

Happy reading!

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