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March Whispersync Deal Roundup: Pierre Grimbert, Oz Reimagined, The Palace Job, Invisible Cities, Libba Bray, Anne McCaffrey, Diana Gabaldon, Harry Turtledove, Ursula K. Le Guin, and more

Posted on 2015-03-10 at 20:11 by Sam

I was planning to hold off posting this until March 13, because I know of a nice set of books that will be going on sale, but I'll have to settle for updating it after March 13 instead, due to some nice deals to pass along which expire on March 11, which is, er, tomorrow. Ah, the life of a bargain hunter.

So I'll start with those soon-to-expire deals, valid through Wednesday, March 11, taken from the Whispersync enabled titles among the 175 Kindle Books for $1.99 Each:


Posted in Whispersync Deals | Tagged anne mccaffrey, bernadette dunne, clive barker, diana gabaldon, Dick Hill, h paul honsinger, harry turtledove, italo calvino, jack l chalker, january lavoy, jasper fforde, john joseph adams, john lee, justine eyre, lavinia, libba bray, Linda Lafferty, luke daniels, marcus sakey, michael page, oz reimagined, patrick weekes, pierre grimbert, ray chase, richard kadrey, robert heinlein, robin hobb, secret of ji, sergei lukyanenko, steven harper, tad williams, terry pratchett, the settlers of catan, ursula k le guin

Release Week: Nalo Hopkinson's Midnight Robber, and Libba Bray's The Diviners

Posted on 2012-09-19 at 13:58 by Sam

The middle of September brings a few audiobooks of interest, but my first thoughts on the week are 1. that I was at first incredibly excited when I saw the new Tad Williams urban fantasy novel The Dirty Streets of Heaven: A Bobby Dollar Novel, Book 1 listed — but then it turned out I wasn’t logged in, so Audible was showing me titles not available in my country, and now I have only the horrible, awful knowledge that the audiobook I want to listen to exists, and yet cannot be sold to me. And 2. That my “seen

Posted in regular, Release Week | Tagged libba bray, midnight robber, nalo hopkinson, release week, the diviners