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Voyager books on ebook sale through April 14

We’ve got a great way to kick off the week – an ebook sale on some great Harper Voyager books! These three books are on sale today through April 14, across all e-reader platforms. So what are you waiting for? Get these deals while they last!

BY THE BLOOD OF HEROES by Joseph Nassise. $0.99. The first book of The Great Undead War series, this alternate history blends steampunk, horror, and action all into one heart-pounding read. At the tail end of 1917, the Germans introduced a new type of gas to the battlefield, T-Leiche, or “corpse gas,” and changed the face of the war by resurrecting the bodies of the dead, giving the enemy an almost unlimited source of fresh troops. The sequel, ON HER MAJESTY’S BEHALF, will publish in December 2014.

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THE ECHO by James Smythe. $1.99. The second book in the Anomaly Quartet, The Echo picks up where The Explorer left off. The disappearance of the spaceship Ishiguro twenty-three years ago devastated the global space program and set back exploration for a generation. Now, thanks to the tireless efforts of twin brothers Mira and Tomas Hyvonen, the program has been resurrected. Spearheading a new age of human discovery, the brothers also hope to solve the mystery behind the Ishiguro‘s disastrous mission.

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DEEP SPACE by Ian Douglas. $0.99. The fourth book of the New York Times bestselling Star Carrier series, Deep Space is an action-packed tale of humankind’s struggle to bring down an evil empire that spans the universe. Twenty years after the fragile truce with the Sh’daar, Koenig is now President of the USNA, and Gray is skipper of the CVS America… soon to be promoted to commander of the entire battle group, Koenig’s old position, and one which he might not be ready for. The truce with the alien Sh’daar is unraveling as many predicted, and Humankind still knows little about them, or what they are. The fifth book of the series, DARK MATTER, will publish in June 2014.

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Two fabulous fantasy books on ebook sale

If you are a fan of fantasy and you’re looking for some new books to add to your e-reader, then these deals are for you! We’ve got two fabulous fantasy books on ebook sale from March 3 – March 17. Both books will be $1.99 across all e-reader platforms during this time.

DREAMS AND SHADOWS, by C. Robert Cargill. Screenwriter and acclaimed film critic Cargill takes beloved fantasy tropes, gives them a twist, and turns out a wonderful, witty, and wry take on clash between the fairy world and our own. Cargill offers well-crafted characters and an absorbing, intricate plot that will appeal to fans of Neil Gaiman and Lev Grossman. Dreams and Shadows pulls you into an extraordinary universe of darkness that exposes the magic and monsters in our world, and in ourselves.

The sequel, QUEEN OF THE DARK THINGS, will publish on May 13, 2014!

 

DEAD SETby Richard Kadrey. Acclaimed New York Times bestselling author Richard Kadrey, of the Sandman Slim series, creates a wonderful, stand-alone dark fantasy. After her father’s funeral, Zoe moved to the big city with her mother to start over. But change always brings trials, and life in the city is not so easy. Money is tight, and Zoe’s only escape, as has always been the case, is in her dreams—a world apart from her troubled real life where she can spend time with her closest companion: her lost brother, Valentine. But something or someone has entered their dreamworld uninvited. And a chance encounter at a used record store, where the vinyl holds not music but lost souls, has opened up a portal to the world of the restless dead.

 

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KILL CITY BLUES on Kindle sale for $1.99

Today’s Amazon Kindle Daily Deal is KILL CITY BLUES by Richard Kadrey. It’s the fifth installment of the bestselling Sandman Slim series, and it’s on sale today for just $1.99.

James Stark, aka Sandman Slim, has lost the Qomrama Om Ya, an all-powerful weapon from the banished older gods. Older gods who are returning and searching for their lost power. The hunt leads Stark to an abandoned shopping mall infested with tribes of squatters. Somewhere in this kill zone is a dead man with the answers Stark needs. All Stark has to do is find the dead man, recover the artifact, and outwit and outrun the angry old gods—and natural-born killers—on his tail.

But not even Sandman Slim is infallible, and any mistakes will cost him dearly.

Get your copy at Amazon now.

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Get THE DEAD RUN for just $1.99 on Kindle

Today’s Kindle Daily Deal is THE DEAD RUN by Adam Mansbach. You can get the ebook for just $1.99, today only.

With thrilling chills and crackling suspense, The Dead Run is an edgy novel set in the netherworld of the Mexican-American border from Adam Mansbach, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Go the F**ck to Sleep and Rage Is Back. On both sides of the border, girls are going missing and bodies are beginning to surface. It’s a deadly epidemic of crime that plunges a small-town police chief into a monster of an investigation he’s not equipped to handle. An ancient evil has returned, and now everyone—the innocent and the guilty—must face their deepest terrors.

With The Dead Run Mansbach delivers an eerie high-concept thriller, mixing horror, the supernatural, and suspense in a chilling, high-octane read.

 

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Twelve new reads for the new year

If one of your New Year resolutions is to read more books, then we’ve got a great way to help you reach your goal! We’re celebrating the new year by putting 12 fabulous Harper Voyager ebooks on super sale through February 4. The sale price is available across all ebook platforms.

The Lost,  Book 2 of Celestial Blues trilogy, by Vicki Pettersson now $0.99.

Infinity Beach by Jack McDevitt now $0.99.

Night’s Cold Kiss, A Dark Brethren Novel, by Tracey O’Hara now $0.99.

Land of Mist and Snow by Debra Doyle & James MacDonald now $0.99.

AfterlifeThe Resurrection Chronicles, by Merrie Destefano now $0.99.

Den of Thieves by David Chandler now $0.99.

Blood BladeSkinners Book 1, by Marcus Pelegrimas now $0.99.

Black Magic SanctionHollows book 9, by Kim Harrison now $1.99.

Chimera, a Jim Chapel Mission, by David Wellington now $1.99.

By the Blood of Heroes, The Great Undead War: Book I, by Joseph Nassise now $1.99.

Six Moon Dance by Sheri S. Tepper now $1.99.

Dead Man’s Deal, Asylum Tales Book 2 by Jocelynn Drake now $1.99.

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DEAD SET is the Kindle Daily Deal for $1.99

Richard Kadrey’s stand-alone novel, DEAD SET, is today’s Kindle Daily Deal for just $1.99.

After her father’s funeral, Zoe moved to the big city with her mother to start over. But change always brings trials, and life in the city is not so easy. Money is tight, and Zoe’s only escape, as has always been the case, is in her dreams—a world apart from her troubled real life where she can spend time with her closest companion: her lost brother, Valentine.

But something or someone has entered their dreamworld uninvited. And a chance encounter at a used record store, where the vinyl holds not music but lost souls, has opened up a portal to the world of the restless dead. It’s here that the shop’s strange proprietor offers Zoe the chance to commune with her dead father. The price? A lock of hair. Then a tooth. Then . . .

“A dark and eerie world, a razor sharp plot, and a heroine worth rooting for make Dead Set unforgettable.” – Kami Garcia

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Get in the Yuletide spirit with Brom’s KRAMPUS

It’s almost Yuletide, and to celebrate we have the ebook of Brom’s KRAMPUS THE YULE LORD on sale for just $1.99 on all platforms*!

Set in Appalachia, this twisted fairytale is about a failed West Virginia songwriter who gets ensnared on Christmas Eve in an eternal war between a not-so-saintly Saint Nick and his dark enemy Krampus, aka Black Peter, an ancient trickster demon. Krampus the Yule Lord is Gregory Maguire (Wicked) meets Susanna Clarke (Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell) in the realm of Guillermo Del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth, as Clive Barker (Mr. B. Gone) works his dark sorcery from the shadows. Once again featuring Brom’s chillingly beautiful artwork throughout, Krampus the Yule Lord is a feast of wonder straight from the kitchen of Sweeney Todd.

The ebook will be on sale for $1.99 through Monday, Dec. 30, so be sure to get your copy for the holidays!

You can also try your luck and enter to win our KRAMPUS sweepstakes! Enter today through Friday, Dec. 20 for your chance to win a copy of the hardcover edition.

*As of posting, Kobo does not yet have the $1.99 promotional price. It should be applied soon!

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THE CHILD THIEF by Brom is Kindle Daily Deal!

 

Brom’s masterpiece, THE CHILD THIEF, is today’s Kindle Daily Deal! For just $1.99 you can get this extraordinary re-telling of Peter Pan that carries readers through the perilous mist separating our world from the realm of Faerie.

Brom takes a classic children’s tale and turns it inside-out, painting a Neverland that is darker, richer, more complex than the innocent world J.M. Barrie originally conceived. An ingeniously executed literary feat, illustrated with Brom’s sumptuous artwork, The Child Thief is contemporary fantasy at its finest—casting Peter Pan, the Lost Boys, even Captain Hook and his crew in a breathtaking new light.

Don’t forget about Brom’s Yuletide story, KRAMPUS THE YULE LORD. Set in Appalachia, this twisted fairytale is about a failed West Virginia songwriter who gets ensnared on Christmas Eve in an eternal war between a not-so-saintly Saint Nick and his dark enemy Krampus, aka Black Peter, an ancient trickster demon.

Both of these books will be perfect for any fairy-tale-lover on your Christmas list, so grab them now!

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Kylie Chan books are the Kindle Daily Deal!

If you’ve ever wanted to get into the Kylie Chan, and you didn’t win our giveaway last week, then this is your lucky day! All six Kylie Chan books in her two Emma Donahoe trilogies are on sale through Kindle’s Daily Deal in science fiction/fantasy. You can get the books for just $1.99 each!

This sale includes all three books from the Dark Heavens trilogy:
WHITE TIGER
RED PHOENIX
BLUE DRAGON

as well as the three books comprising the Journey To Wudang trilogy:
EARTH TO HELL
HELL TO HEAVEN
HEAVEN TO WUDANG.

Discover these fantastic books by Kylie Chan, where she blends urban fantasy with kung fu, as her heroine Emma Donahoe battles epic danger from demons, vampires, and evil gods.  Publisher’s Weekly calls the series, “Chinese legend with the thrill of a past-paced martial-arts movie.”

Visit Amazon.com now and take advantage of today’s deal!

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THE WASTELAND SAGA ebook is on sale!

THE WASTELAND SAGA by Nick Cole is today’s Kindle Daily Deal for science fiction/fantasy! That means the ebook of this post-apocalyptic omnibus can be yours for just $1.99, today only. The Wasteland Saga comprises Nick Cole’s novels The Old Man and the WastelandThe Savage Boy, and The Road is a River.

Forty years after a devastating thermonuclear Armageddon, mankind has been reduced to salvaging the ruins of a broken world. In a style that’s part Hemingway and part Cormac McCarthy’s The RoadThe Wasteland Saga chronicles the struggle of the Old Man, his granddaughter, and a mysterious boy as they try to survive the savage lands of this new American Dark Age.

Get your copy on Amazon today!

Don’t forget you can also get THE OLD MAN AND THE WASTELAND ebook for FREE on all e-reader platforms!

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The Old Man & the Wasteland is free this week!

This week, Nick Cole’s post-apocalyptic story THE OLD MAN AND THE WASTELAND will be on sale – for free – on all ebook platforms!

Now is your chance to dive into the dark heart of post-apocalyptic America in this odyssey. Forty years after the destruction of civilization, human beings are reduced to salvaging the ruins of a broken world. One survivor’s most prized possession is Hemingway’s classic The Old Man and the Sea. With the words of the novel echoing across the wasteland, a living victim of the Nuclear Holocaust journeys into the unknown to break a curse.

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In October an omnibus of Cole’s three stories, THE WASTELAND SAGA, was released in print for the first time, and includes The Old Man and the Wasteland, Savage Boy, and The Road is a River. For its release, Cole wrote a guest blog post on our site explaining how he got the inspiration to write this saga and how his career has shaped his life:

Hello, I’m Nick Cole and I write books about the end of the world. Or at least, the end of the world as we know it. Worlds end all the time. Elementary school leads, eventually, to college, and each time we advance in our world, the one we’ve lived in for a few years and think we know so well, it ends. Chaos. Change. And then, like Columbus, we arrive in a new world and meet new people. The new world becomes our world. We readers know this. Worlds end and begin all the time, each time we pick up a book.

This is where I work as a writer. I work in the in-between worlds. Between the dying old and the savage new. A while back when I’d gotten out of the Army, I was doing the whole drunken ex-soldier thing when I broke my arm and found myself reading a book a day beside a community pool, trying to figure myself out. Then I found a second-hand copy of Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea. I read it and realized the truth of the book. You’re not beaten until you decide you’re beaten. I respected Hemingway’s quiet fisherman, Santiago. His lonely journey and epic struggle to prove only to himself that he still had value, that he could still make a contribution. That resonated with me. After that, I made a point of reading The Old Man and the Sea once a year over the course of a single day.

In the meantime I kept on writing. I’ve always written and studied, formally and informally, the art and the craft of writing. One of my first revelations as a writer came when I began to understand voice. As I started to read and re-read these authors, I began to hear their voices and study them. I heard Vonnegut’s melancholy joke. Heller’s bewilderment. Chandler’s lyric metaphor. Hemingway’s truth. Cormac McCarthy’s depthless simplicity.

It was in the last two where I found the crossroads that began the jumping off point for a story I would call The Old Man and the Wasteland. I’d kept on writing, and wrote a few other manuscripts including one about an old man living in a village of salvagers forty years after a nuclear war. I took a chance and published on Amazon and the other indie sites. I was surprised, completely, when The Old Man and the Wasteland found an audience on Amazo Kindle. It was just an experiment and I wanted to see how it would work out. The first month I sold 8 copies. I was thrilled. Out there in the world were eight people who’d been interested enough in my book description to actually part with .99 cents and take a chance.

Then, beyond expectation, I got a good review. Reading it, I felt that the reader was extending me a kindness maybe I didn’t deserve. But I am still grateful for her kind words and encouragement. Other reviews followed. And sales. Often times I’m truly humbled by what people have to say about the Old Man. He became a friend to many of them. They wrote kind words about rooting for him, knowing exactly how he felt when everything seemed against him, being right there, in the wasteland with him, when he triumphed in some small way. When he didn’t give up. The readers were just like his friend, Santiago, Hemingway’s Old Man was, right there with my Old Man. Every day I would call my Dad and tell him the numbers. At the end of his life it became a thing we enjoyed talking about together. He loved business. I love writing. When he died this year, I asked myself, “Who will I tell the numbers to now?”

Eventually my agent landed a nice deal with HarperVoyager. Lead by Diana Gill, they asked for two more Wasteland stories regarding the further adventures of the Old Man. I agreed to a contract and wrote The Savage Boy and The Road is a River. These were published for the first time in print as an omnibus on October 15, as THE WASTELAND SAGA.

So who am I? I’m a writer. I’ve always written. Even when no one was looking. I got noticed during the initial blush of the indie revolution and the folks at HarperCollins have been kind enough to indulge me and ask that I make more stories for people. I’m honored. I’m married to an Operatic Soprano with a nice career. I write in hotel lobbies. I don’t soldier anymore, but if my country needed me, I would. Worlds end all the time. I’m a writer now. And worlds begin all the time.