Island of Fog is FREE for Kindle on August 29th-30th
Posted on August 29, 2012 (Subscribe to Blog)
As the title suggests, I'm running a FREE giveaway promo for Island of Fog for two full days throughout August 29th and 30th only. Yes, you read correctly. It's free, people, so if you don't have it already, get it now!
If you have a Kindle, or even if you just have the free Kindle app on your phone, tablet or PC, download Island of Fog today or tomorrow while you have the chance. It's 12:45 PM as I write this and already the book has been downloaded 483 times. I'll let y'all know the total when the promo is over.
By the way, this ties in neatly with the official launch of Roads of Madness on August 31st. I'll post about that separately. Today's focus is on Island of Fog. Even if you've read it already, or you don't normally read Kindle books, please go ahead and download it. Your click will count towards my download total, which might help boost my overall ranking.
If you have a Facebook page, please don't be shy about letting your friends and family know of this free download. Here's some blurb you can use:
FREE AUG 29-30 – ISLAND OF FOG – 4.9 rating / 16 reviews
On a secluded foggy island, Hal and his classmates realize they're part of a shapeshifting experiment. Fantasy for all ages 9 and up.
FREE Aug 29-30 on Kindle: ISLAND OF FOG, a creepy shapeshifting fantasy for all ages. #fantasy #youngadult http://www.amazon.com/dp/B002JCSA22?tag=unearthlytale-20
Feel free to alter as you wish.
I downloaded it and now we are reading it aloud via the kindle in class. I walk around and read it as it is projected on the screen and a student is assigned to be a Kindle poker. Their job is to highlight certain writing touches I want to focus on and praise so the class can improve their own writing. This makes the read aloud so much more interactive. Thanks for making the first one available for free. The four print copies I have are out in the class and the students read along with me.
I want to say close to 20 students in my classes downloaded it during the time it was free. Thanks for making it available.
I love hearing about how you read the book to the class, but this is even better — walking around the room reading while someone is assigned as a Kindle poker? ...that's brilliant! Thanks always for your support. :-)