Friday, 6 August 2010

The Weekend-Snaps of the Dragon Begins plus Smashwords Discount Code

Here we go everyone....this is the start of this weekend's mini event showing some lurve for The Jeremy-Snaps of the Dragon by Jo S. Wun.

So what's in store for you guys this weekend? Well here's a mini itinerary:
  • Welcome post...which is what your'e reading and Smashword's discount.
  • Full review of The Jeremy.i.e. the long version, that I was too chicken to post.
  • A Jo S. Wun guest post- very excited about that I haven't even read it myself yet.I won't until it's posted.
  • Interview with the author :)
  • Kick off of The Jeremy Giveaway.
To get you in the mood for the rest of the event and giveaway, I thought it best to let you know about the discount for the ebook version of The Jeremy over at Smashwords. Just in case you have an ereader at hand and you don't win the giveaway, or you just want to start reading it now you can grab yourself  a digital copy and at a discounted price too! Who doesn't lurve a discount!

Promotional price: $1.49Coupon Code: KF86TExpires: September 1, 2010

The eBooks are available in these formats:
Mobi (Kindle)
Epub (open industry format, good for Stanza reader, others)
PDF (Adobe Reader, Foxit Reader, etc.)
LRF (Sony Reader)

The prices are in US dollars.

Also do take part in the Book Blogger Hop, it's a great way to channel the book blogosphere...a la Crazy for Books.

Music & Reading: Well I simply cannot get them to mix. One's just as distracting as the other. I lurve music so I tend to forget I'm reading and sing along or dance around to my tunes.

Natural/normal background noise like family, TV etc. doesn't really impede my is another story.

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agirlreads said...

Stopping by to say hello as part of the blog.

I just became a new follower :)

DizzyC said...

thanks for stopping by my blog.
I love ur blog and looking forward to following

enjoy ur weekend

Jo S Wun said...

Just thought I'd mention that you don't need a dedicated eBook reader to read eBooks. There are several programs (all free) which let you read eBooks on your PC. For example, Amazon provide Kindle for PC, or for a comprehensive program which can read most formats, Calibre is hard to beat.

Sa Toya said...

Cheers for stopping by!

Sa Toya said...

A worthy mention Jo!

I didn't think of that :)

Anonymous said...

I am a sing-along girl too, sometimes I can't help myself.

I like your header, it's cool.