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It's Read An E-Book Week!

Put Your Feet Up, Grab Your Coffee, And Enjoy An E-Book!  It's E-Book Week!

Ever growing in popularity, e-books are changing the way we read!  I fell in love with my Kindle shortly after I got it - what device do you read on? 

Stop by Smashwords for some great deals this week - and fill up your reader!


  SMASHWORDS READ AN EBOOK WEEK SALE!
Our annual Read an Ebook Week sale is now underway.  The sale ends Saturday.
Access over 20,000 free and deep-discounted ebooks.
Simply click to http://www.smashwords.com then click to the Read an Ebook promotion catalog.
Here’s the direct link:  https://www.smashwords.com/books/category/1/newest/1
There are four coupon codes you can use for participating books:
25% off:   REW25 – 2,300+ ebooks
50% off:   REW50 – 5,700+ ebooks
75% off:   REW75 – 900+ ebooks
100% off:  RE100 – 2,800+ ebooks
In addition to the limited-time deals above, Smashwords offers over 100,000 original ebooks at everyday low prices.  Over 13,000 Smashwords ebooks are regularly priced at FREE.  The average price of a Smashwords ebook is under $5.00.
Why are our prices so low?  It’s because you’re purchasing direct from the author.  When you purchase a Smashwords book, the author earns 85% of the net proceeds from the sale.  Thank you for supporting our authors!
Smashwords ebooks are multi-format and DRM-free, so you can read them on virtually an e-reading device, including the Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook, Apple iPad/iPhone/Touch, Sony Reader, Kobo Reader, personal computers and most smart phones and tablets.


Moíra ♣

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