It’s true. You can download the scifi novel ‘Sliding Void’ free on Kindle (but only for this week)

December 19, 2011 | By | 8 Replies More

Yes, the rumours are indeed true, all those who have been e-mailing, FaceBooking, Tweeting and otherwise contacting me. ‘Sliding Void’ is free to download on the Amazon Kindle at the moment. Originally it was only going to be free to download today (Monday 19th December), but I have managed to convince Amazon to extend the offer to the end of the week (Friday 23rd December). I wish I could have done it over Christmas Day/Boxing Day too, but no go, I am afraid. Bah humbug.

So, the upshot is, if you want the book for free, download it VERY SOON.

Here’s the links to the novel on Kindle…







Here’s the normal book trailer for ‘Sliding Void’…

And here’s the world’s first 3D book trailer (get your cinema specs out!)…

Category: My books, Scifi

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I am an author of various fantasy, science fiction, crime and other genre books from Gollancz, Hachette and HarperCollins. Some day I hope to grow up and be an astronaut. Exploring Mars would be nice.

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  1. Ed says:

    What about all of us who do not have a kindle but another device that is at least 8 yrs old, works perfectly, and is not tied into the net ??

  2. Stephen says:

    Errr, ask Santa for a Kindle or a Nook?

  3. Adrian says:

    Ed – you could try the kindle reader for PC?
    Unless your “device” is actually a printed book.

  4. Stephen says:

    Of course, Kindle for all the other devices – I should have thought of that, Adrian. Slaps head. Doh on me.

  5. Great video trailer! Snagged the free book, THANKS! Looking forward to reading it.

  6. Ash says:

    Ed – if your older device is an ePub reader (i.e. just about any device except a Kindle) just convert it using Calibre – you’ll probably need an add-on to do this (available from Apprentice Alf). Personally I buy all my books from other sellers on account of Amazon’s general evilness and insistence on using proprietary formats to lock people in, but can’t pass up on the free ones.

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