Want some cheap Kindle scifi books?

I love to read. I also love to get books for super-cheap. As a result, I’m always on the lookout for deals on Kindle books. Sometimes I share these deals on Twitter and Facebook, and since I’m an Amazon affiliate, I make a few bucks here and there when somebody buys something using my links. Because of the capricious, ephemeral nature of these social networks, however, not many people actually see these posts. So, since I’m doing the work of finding these deals anyway, I figured I’d set up a special email notification list to let people know about them.

If you’d like to be alerted about these book deals, just put your email address in the box below. I’ll email you when I run across a deal for a Kindle book that I think you might enjoy. I will only email you about books that I enjoyed or that I think readers of my books would enjoy.

Past deals have included Harlan Ellison’s  I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream, Neal Stephenson’s Cryptonomicon, Richard Kadrey’s The Everything Box and my own Starship Grifters. Generally I only share a deal if the book is $2 or less on Kindle.
If you sign up for my book picks list, you’ll get an email a few times a week about great deals on Kindle books like the ones above. Mostly scifi stuff, but I’ll occasionally let you know about fantasy novels, mysteries, and nonfiction books that I think you might like. There’s no obligation and you can easily unsubscribe at any time. This is different from my regular interest list (which you should also subscribe to) because I’ll only email you about Kindle book deals.

It’s a win-win deal. You get to be in the know about sweet book deals and I make a little extra money on referrals. Nice, right? Just put your email in the box below to start getting notifications. Thanks!

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1 Comment on Want some cheap Kindle scifi books?

  1. I think I still have my paperback edition of that Ellison out in the garage. Isn’t that the one with the knife-fight story in it? Where the character has to allow himself to have one hand tied to the opponent’s hand? And the one where the fellow saves the drunken frat boys from killers in the men’s room, only to die from blood loss later? Couldn’t forget those, even fifty years after reading them.

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