Super Special Summer Offer

A few weeks ago, I published the fourth book of my Resident Witch series. A day or so later it hit me. I have ten books out now. Double Digits. A reason to celebrate. I should do something.

I’ve come up with two ideas. One is a bit complicated and needs a bit of effort, I’ll let you know in time. The other is fairly simple. After all, summer is coming, and you’re probably already compiling a list of what to pack for the holidays, and if you’re anything like me, that includes at least ten books… ten books? That’s my cue!

So here’s my Super Special Summer Offer. Free or at least heavily reduced books, all summer long. Just click on the covers below, they’ll take you to your Amazon store. Leave a review, even if you hate the lot.

 

Little Red is Coming Home. A collection of short stories, variations on the theme of Little Red Riding Hood. Nine different girls, nine different wolves. Not suitable for children. Yours for free 21 to 25 June.

 

You Used to Hurry Home. An utter nonsense novella, featuring zombies, the mafia, a Greek muse, God himself, and a fine dose of blasphemy. Also, the apocalypse. Here you go, free 28 June to 2 July.

 

The Girl on the Red Pillow. A strange little novella on depression. Complete with talking closet skeleton, a catchy theme tune, and a broad range of four-letter words. Also free, 5 to 9 July.

 

Tales of Istonnia. A fantasy trilogy that makes do without magic, elves, dragons, vampires or other fancy stuff. There’s honorable thieves instead, machinations, murder and mayhem. Part I, Ratpaths, is free 12 to 16 July. Part II, A Rat for a Rat, is on offer for 99 cents 17 to 24 July, and part III, Once a Rat, is also going for 99 cents 25 to 31 July. They all work as stand-alone, so if you’re fed up after book one, no worries, there’ll be no cliffhangers nagging you for the rest of your life.

 

Resident Witch. A YA urban fantasy series. Teenage heroes (not, repeat, not the chosen kind), werecreatures, demons, and sarcasm. Also bullies, stupid mistakes, unlikely diets, time traveling in all the wrong directions, and unexpected romance. Accused of social justice warrior tendencies by a beta reader. Part I, My Name is Not Alice, is free 2 to 6 August. Part II, Double Double Time & Trouble, for 99 cents, 9 to 15 August. Part III, It Never Rains, for 99 cents, 12 to 18 August. Part IV, No Place Like Home, for 99 cents, 23 to 29 AugustAgain no cliffhangers. I don’t like torturing people.

 

 

That’s all for now. Stay tuned for my second suprise, due next week. May you have a brilliant summer, full of sunshine, epic water gun battles, bare feet, and rhubarb cider at sunset.

About angelikarust

My name is Angelika Rust. I was born in Vienna in 1977. These days, I live in Germany, with my husband, two children, a despotic couple of cats and a hyperactive dog. After having tried almost every possible job from pizza delivery girl to HR consultant, I now make a living knowing English. No, I haven’t yet figured out what I want to be when I grow up, whenever that may be. In the meantime, I write the occasional book.
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