Thursday, December 10, 2009

Freebies for All

Author Joely Sue Burkhart has posted a revised version of The Horse Master, a Blood & Shadows prequel, on Scribd.*

A couple of seasonal freebies on Scribd: The Story of Snow by Mark Cassino with Jon Nelson (children's book, illustrated); Carol Baicker-McKee's Scandanavian Heart Basket Templates for making three sizes of the holiday heart baskets (assembly instructions & photos at the author's blog here), and Create a Homemade Christmas and Incredible Memories and Free Christmas Clip Art Printables, compliments of*

Author Roslyn Hardy Holcomb has a novella, Rock Star Wedding, a sequel to her novel Rock Star, available as a free read in .pdf on her website (scroll down.)

This month Suvudu Free Library has presents for all you vamp fic lovers out there with free downloads of Charlie Huston's Already Dead (first book in the Joe Pitt series) and Wit'ch Fire by James Clemens. Also, Star Wars fans can get three titles for free from Suvudu to add to their literary collections: Star Wars: Lost Tribe of the Sith: Skyborn and Star Wars: Lost Tribe of The Sith: Precipice, both by John Jackson Miller as well as Star Wars Fate of the Jedi: Dramatis Personae.

Author Kristen Tsetsi has posted a short story collection, Carol's Aquarium ~ A Collection of Unusual Fiction free for reading online, printing and downloading.*

*Note 9/3/10: Since instituted an access fee scam to charge people for downloading e-books, including those I have provided for free for the last ten years, I no longer recommend using their service. See my post about this scam here.


  1. Larissa Ione also has a free story up:

    And Suzanne McMinn has all kinds of how-tos for homemade presents:

  2. Thanks for the shout out, Lynn! You inspired that story by holding your freebie challenge that year. What a blast!

  3. The goodies are awesome. Thanks as always

  4. Thanks! These are great!

  5. Thank you so much for the holiday freebie:) I hope you are having a wonderful Christmas season.

  6. You know, I found Joely through that first free read she did. I absolutely love the newer version just as much as the first! Thanks for the heads up!