Steal these 3 new soundtracked ebooks (including mine!)

Free ebooks with soundtracks!

Who doesn’t love free ebooks?!

This is a true story:

I know a guy in New Zealand named Chazz who fronts a punk band called Flirting With Disaster.

They’re a blast. In fact, a character in my next series occasionally wears a Flirting With Disaster T-shirt.

That’s part of the fun of being a writer. You’re free to help spread the word about cool stuff, like indie bands, and help make the world a little more fun.

Plus, you get to give away free ebooks.

That’s where Chazz comes in.

He happens to be a sound-effects whiz for Booktrack.com. They pioneered the idea of adding music and sound effects to ebooks.

So you can read and listen. And it’s awesome. In fact, I even have a T-shirt. And a video:

Right now, Booktrack is doing this cool thing where you can refer a friend and get free booktracks.

If you’re like me, FREE is your favorite price.

You’ll get The Devil’s Grin by Annelie Wendeberg, Sherlock Holmes: A Study in Scarlet by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and The Spider Thief by yours truly.

By the way, this is a brand-new edition of The Spider Thief, with all-new music and sound effect: bullets flying, tires screeching, glass breaking.

Definitely break out the good earphones for this one.

Here’s the link.

Plus, you can check out all of my free Booktrack titles here

But hurry — I don’t know how long this deal will last! Click here.

P.S. Take a minute and check out Chazz’s band, Flirting With Disaster.

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