Webfiction Wednesday: Free ebook!

Wednesday is a day to share the love for your favourite webfiction, so why not take the chance to give you some recommendations of my own?

This week I’ve only got the one recommendation for you, but it’s a limited time offer so take advantage of it now!

For July Only: Free Ebook!

Daniel A. Rabuzzi‘s debut fantasy novel The Choir Boats is featured as Wowio’s Book of the Month, meaning that during July 2010 only, the e-book version is FREE.

Reviewers describe it as “Gulliver’s Travels crossed with The Golden Compass and a dollop of Pride and Prejudice”, and “a muscular, Napoleonic-era fantasy that, like Philip Pullman’s Dark Materials series, will appeal to both adult and young adult readers”. The Choir Boats was selected by January Magazine as a Top Ten YA Novel for 2009.

This special edition of the novel includes bonus illustrations by Deborah A. Mills.

To download the free PDF, click here.

And admit it, that cover sure looks tasty! I’ve already downloaded my own copy and will let you know what I think.

Speaking of ebooks, Eli James of Novelr recently wrote an interesting post comparing ebooks and webfiction from both the reader and author perspective — it’s worth checking out.

For more recommendations, search for #WebFicWed on twitter.


About A.M. Harte

A.M. Harte writes twisted speculative fiction, such as the post-apocalyptic Above Ground and the zombie love anthology Hungry For You. She is excellent at missing deadlines, has long forgotten what ‘free time’ means, and is utterly addicted to chocolate.
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