A Noirvember to Remember
Check out this 3 part promo, just in time for Thanksgiving!
1.) Claim your *free* e-book
The Merchandiser by Chad Schimke – When a merchandiser becomes preoccupied with decorations, he gives in to his chilling obsession. Second best will have to do, but he makes the most of it. Fear meets perfection in this unnerving tale, set against a backdrop of stark film noir. Read ‘The Merchandiser’ today!
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2.) *Two* Amazon gift card giveaways
A.) SFF Book Bonanza – Discover Science Fiction and Fantasy Books – Runs all month during November 2019. Win a $100 Amazon gift card. Two lucky winners. Imagine the books you could buy!
B.) Rafflecopter Giveaway – Follow the link, below. Click the widget for one contest entry for each Amazon Author Central follow. Win a $10 gift card. Check back monthly, to see if you won the holiday giveaway!
3.) BookFunnel Bundles
No Fear November
All Noir All The Time
Noirvember Mysteries & Thrillers
Vigilantes, Kidnapping & Murder
Zombies, vampires and the other undead
There’s Magic Afoot
A City of Darkness
Fantasy & Paranormal Series Starters
Portal to Fantasy
Honor and Magic
Not Free Anywhere Else!
COMING SOON – Come back next month for another *free* e-book and *more* exciting promos!
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Check out this amazing e-book bundle, available right now, for a limited time! For 9 days only: October 26th to November 3rd.
Featuring 5 *free* e-books by Author Chad Schimke!
- The Merchandiser
- Behind the Walls
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Do you love Dark Speculative Fiction genres such as: SciFi Horror, Thriller/ Crime, Dark Fantasy, Paranormal, Apocalyptic, Sword and Sorcery, Weird Horror, etc?
If so, this is the e-book bundle for you!
In addition, 24 other authors have joined this promo.
Check back later for another awesome holiday promo, more contests and giveaways.
Claim your *free* e-book bundle!
Happy Halloween! 🎃
Giveaway on my blog https://chadschimke.blogspot.com/search/label/GIVEAWAY
The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1387)
Mostly written in verse, Chaucer describes a wide range of classes in English society. As a courtier he wrote poetry for the nobility. In the Knight’s Tale, he leads crusades against pagan leaders in many countries.