Friday, 25 December 2015

Merry Christmas! Have a free ebook!

Merry Christmas! I'm here in Morocco avoiding the holidays. This is the third year we've hid from the silly season by going to a Muslim country.

But I'm no Grinch, and to prove it I've made my novella Christmas Truce free until the end of the month. This is part of my Trench Raiders World War One series but can be read independently. It is a fictional take on the real-life miracle of a ceasefire during the war's first Christmas. A blurb is below.

Christmas 1914
In the cold, muddy trenches of the Western Front, there is a strange silence. As a crack English trench raiding team enjoy their first day of peace in months, they call out holiday greetings to the men on the German line. Soon both sides are fraternizing in No Man’s Land.
But when the English recognize some enemy raiders who only a few days before launched a deadly attack on their position, can they keep the peace through the Christmas Truce?

You can find Christmas Truce free at Smashwords (where you can get all formats), Barnes and Noble, Kobo, the iStore, and many other outlets. Unfortunately I could only put it as low as 99 cents at Amazon. They don't let you put it for free unless you go exclusive with them. Grinches.

Happy Holidays!

1 comment:

Roland D. Yeomans said...

Christmas in Morocco -- sounds exotic and fun. Thanks for the free ebook!

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