Free Book Review Copies or Freeebook

That’s right!  I’m giving away free review copies of my Poor Percival Stories!  Just leave a comment or send me an email (matthewrmilson@gmail.com) to let me know if you are interested.

Here’s the deal: If I send you a review copy, then you have to promise to leave a review on Amazon.  I’m not saying it has to be a positively glowing review, and I’m definitely not going to bribe anyone for a good review, I just need to start generating any kind of reviews to get things going.

Reviews are one of the few ways to get buzz going, and make it so some of the bigger book blogs will pick up on me when I run my Kindle free days.  Otherwise they just ignore the little guy.  How rude!  I’m avoiding having family members leave their “super unbiased *wink wink*” reviews because I want to do this as legit as possible and avoid anything that comes across as scammy.

Because it’s an eBook only, I can email you a PDF or MOBI file.  With the PDF, you don’t even have to have a Kindle, you can read it right there on your PC.

There are 3 stories so far in the series, and if you feel like reading and reviewing all 3, I’m not going to stand in your way.  They are short stories, so they can easily be read through in 1-2 hours.  In addition to the free entertainment that these stories will provide, you will also gain my eternal gratitude – which, as you probably know, is a super cool thing to boast to your friends about.

Tale 1: How Percival Come to the Village

Tale 2: How Percival Repaid the Pumpkin Child’s Favor

Tale 3: How Percival Helped Jack Get Hisself Home

Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you’ll help!  😀

3 Comments

  1. I’d offer, I just can’t get into the vernacular the piece is written in. Maybe if it was a little more Zora Neal Hurston. Have you tried running any free promotions?

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    • I haven’t used any of my Kindle free days for promotions yet. I was thinking about maybe starting to use some of my Kindle free days next week to see if that does anything to boost their status. *fingers crossed*

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      • I’m sorry if I’m repeating myself, but make sure you submit to websites that list free books. Also, it doesn’t hurt to ask people, if they liked the book, to leave a review. Stick a little paragraph at the end.

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