Writing projects occupy much of my brain these days. That’s hardly surprising, what with:
- Three already written YA novels awaiting edits;
- One non-fiction work half-written; and
- Another non-fiction work just begun.
And that’s only my current projects! I’m happy to be beta reading for a few dear writer friends right now. As for my projects already completed? Three will be half off on Smashwords, which offers ebooks in roughly a dozen formats, 7/1/12-7/15/12.
If you’re interested in checking any of these books out while they’re half off, click the title(s) below, add the book(s) to your cart, and enter the discount code SSW50. Here are the links:
- The Monster’s Daughter ($2 on sale)
- One Time, One Thing: Letters from Japan ($1 on sale)
- A Season in Korea: Letters from South Korea ($1 on sale)
A Season in Korea and One Time, One Thing are both free on Smashwords through March 12, 2011. Many other titles–fiction and non-fiction alike–are also free or heavily discounted during this period. Smashwords has loads of different options for reading, even without an e-reader, so I’d recommend giving it a look no matter what your reading tastes are!
Speaking of reading, my friend Sarah needs to stop recommending such riveting YA books. The urge to devour them all, pronto, is making it hard for me to engage in non-reading activities. Like typing, which I’ve done quite enough of for this morning. I have more Will Grayson, Will Grayson to read!
Fewer than three days remain till I give away three copies of The Monster’s Daughter! Many folks have linked to the contest, but few have emailed me letting me know they did so. Remember, the email serves as your entry form!
If you have emailed me? Odds of your winning a book are pretty favorable right now!
In other news, Mack has provided a new cover for A Season in Korea: