It’s something they tell you to never do. Never work for free. I agree with that to an extent, but I saw the sales of my self-published novel stagnating and decided I had to do something to get the damn thing out there. The Kindle version only cost $2.99, but as soon as I cut that price to $0.00, the book has taken off. I’ve given away more Kindle copies in 24 hours than I sold in the preceding seven months. By all accounts, it’s a decent book, but getting word of it out beyond my own circle of friends has proved difficult, and so, for a few days, I’m giving it away for FREE. So, if you’re looking for a book to read, and you like FREE stuff, (and who doesn’t like free stuff?), my novel, In The Sanctity of Revenge is available for download on Kindle for free through Friday May 29, 2015 (LAST DAY TO GET THE DEAL IS TODAY). In case you’re still not sure if it’s worth it, here are some things people who’ve read it have said:
“The author’s characters are well-crafted as is the plot. As the knife slowly twists and turns into the heart and soul of the main character, we along with him can feel that pain. We, along with him are taken, metaphorically, from Heaven to Purgatory and finally to Hell. It’s a story of how Evil can sometimes eat away at the soul of a man with high morals and principles and take him from a happy home in a good neighborhood to the depths of Desolation Row. If this is what author Brian Schnoor can do with his first novel – imagine what great books will be coming out of his imagination in the next few decades. I, like many others, are awaiting for the next Stephen King or Harlan Coben book – but read In The Sanctity of Revenge and you, like I, will also be awaiting the next Brian Schnoor novel.”
Order it here Free until May 29, 2015: http://www.amazon.com/Sanctity-Revenge-Brian-Schnoor-ebook/dp/B00Q41PODW/ref=tmm_kin_title_0?_encoding=UTF8&sr=&qid= TODAY IS THE FINAL DAY!!
Thank you to all who have taken the time to read my work and for all the kind words and reviews. I’m glad so many have liked it. I haven’t paid any of these people to say any of this, so if you’re still wondering if you should get a copy, maybe that will convince you to give it a shot. Good or bad, I’d love to hear your thoughts. Feel free to post them here in the comment section.