Those of you who follow this blog regularly know that I like to tell you when you can save money on our books. I like a good deal, and I figure you do, too. Seems like good business to help you stretch your hard-earned dollars farther.
The problem with doing that on a blog, though, is that it’s up for a week and gone. So, if you miss the blog that week, you might miss out on the deal.
Hence the new Promotion page on the WMG Publishing website. We’re still fiddling with the design a bit, but the information is there. This is the page where you can find information about free books, discounts, limited-time bundles, and anything else we can think of to save you money on our books.
At the moment, we’ve got two active promotions going on.
First, all of our boxed sets are part of a special 40% off promotion through Kobo.
Second, WMG has two books in a current Storybundle—the Femme Fatale bundle, curated by O’Neil De Noux (a Pulphouse Fiction Magazine contributor, by the way). Here’s what he had to say about this bundle:
“The Femme Fatale, according to the Oxford Dictionary, is ‘An attractive and seductive woman, especially one who will ultimately bring disaster to a man who becomes involved with her.’ The Urban Dictionary gives this definition, ‘A woman with both intelligence and sex appeal that uses these skills to manipulate poor helpless men into doing what she wants. May cause death.’
“I am curating a new Femme Fatale bundle for StoryBundle, a terrific collection of ten outstanding novels by some phenomenal writers. As always, at StoryBundle, you name your own price – whatever you feel the books are worth, and a portion of the proceeds goes to charities Mighty Writers and Girls Write Now.”
Death Takes a Partner: A Mary Jo Assassin Novel by Dean Wesley Smith and The Perfect Man by Kristine Kathryn Rusch are included in this bundle, which ends in less than two weeks. Click here for more information.
And don’t forget to bookmark our new Promotions page.
Allyson Longueira is publisher of WMG Publishing. She is an award-winning writer, editor and designer.