No, for real, they’re free.

Today (February 25th), in honor of the anniversary of the first US electric printing press patent (by Thomas Davenport in 1837) and as a thank you to my readers and supporters, my ebooks The Glaze from Breaking and A Multitude of Daggers are available for free!

The Glaze from Breaking is a reprint of the 2005 Stride Books paperback edition. Reviews of the 2005 edition called my images “sharp and vivid” (Verse) and “both unusual and just right” (Shearsman), said my collection is “well worth seeking out for its elegant exploration of love and loss, recovery and redemption, eroticism and the echoes of the heart” (chicklit) and compared my writing to Boris Pasternak’s early work (“where the poet does not so much observe the natural world as fuse with it” – Shearsman again).

A Multitude of Daggers is a fun fantasy novella which I’ve been calling “sword-and-sorcery-and-psychologists.” It’s loosely related to my short story “The Boatman” which was published by On Spec: The Canadian Magazine of the Fantastic in 2007.

They’re free until around 2 a.m. my time, or midnight Pacific Standard Time, which is apparently the time zone that Amazon lives in. Who knew.

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