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Goodreads Book Giveaway

Pilate's 7 by J. Alexander Greenwood

Pilate's 7

by J. Alexander Greenwood

Giveaway ends February 27, 2017.

See the giveaway details at Goodreads.

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Win an autographed paperback of the award-winning Pilate's 7! Starts Feb. 19--ends Feb. 27. Must be member of Goodreads and resident of USA for chance to win.

A Reading from "Pilate's 7"

As a little preview of Pilate's 7, how about a reading of one of the stories?

Click below to listen to the sounds of some mysterious goings on in the Gulf of Mexico with a John Pilate fan favorite at the helm...

The story is read by the author, so it also includes your daily allowance of ham. And don't forget, you can still save $1 off the ebook if you order from your favorite retailer, including Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iBooks, Smashwords, etc. by July 30, 2015.

Enjoy! 

Last days to Pre-Order "Pilate's 7" plus some news...!

Hey everyone, just a reminder if you want to save $1 off the retail price of my new book of John Pilate short stories, Pilate's 7, now's the time. Here are links to all outlets offering pre-orders, so you can pick your own. Note that Amazon.com is not one of them, but if you order from Smashwords, you can easily slide that .MOBI file right on to your Kindle. (Amazon will feature the book in August.)

 

And if you know any librarians, all my books are available for discounted bulk purchase from Library Direct.

Thanks for your pre-orders. My editor (a tough cookie) says this is going to be a fun book for fans, and I'm looking forward to your thoughts about it. I am also excited to get started on the next full-length novel.

Please do me a favor--if you're reading this I assume you're a fan of the books--would you please share this post with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, etc.? We really need to deepen the ranks of "Pilate's People" to keep the series going. Thanks so much! --Alex

P.S. I will be appearing on a new edition of Amused Now in August. Here's an interview I did a few years ago: