It’s World Book Day–Get a Free E-Book!

It takes a lot to make a guy like me blush.

In celebration of World Book Day and Read an E-Book Week, the ever-awesome Booktrack.com has named me a Booktrack Star.

Aw, shucks.

I’ve got to tell you, it’s a real pleasure to see so many people enjoying my books. Altogether, I’ve gotten almost 4,000 reads on Booktrack.com.

A lot of people have been reading my upcoming novel, The Spider Thief, which releases exclusively on Amazon a week from today.

Or you can get it FREE.

If you don’t want to wait, you can get Part One: Stolen Memory free in your email when you join my author newsletter.

You can also listen for free on Booktrack.com.

    Booktracks by Laurence MacNaughton   
The Spider Thief

The Spider Thief

All of his life, Ash has been haunted by the ancient curse that killed his parents. Can he solve the riddle of the gold spider before its deadly curse gets him…
Conspiracy of Angels

Conspiracy of Angels

Just out of prison, ex-convict Mitch Turner is determined to uncover the truth about his daughter’s mysterious death…
Mummy's Secret

The Case of the Mummy’s Secret

When supernatural evil stalks the noir streets of 1947 New York, private detective Jazzy St. Clare is on the case…

Also, don’t miss this cool blog post by Karen Tay about the future of reading, and the very first plans for an e-reader — dreamed up all the way back in 1930!

What are you reading for World Book Day? Leave me a comment!

Don’t forget to join my mailing list — you’ll get free e-books and other cool stuff in your email. Just click here.

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