Free ebooks every month from Phoenix Picks

Paul Raven @ 03-09-2010

I meant to mention this a few months ago, but life got in the way. Still, better late than never, so:

Like books? Like science fiction books? Like electronic editions of science fiction books? Like getting stuff for free? Sure you do! So go sign up for the Phoenix Pick monthly free ebook coupon. This month’s freebie is “Arkfall” by Carolyn Ives Gilman, which was nominated for this year’s Nebula Award for Best Novella.

Phoenix Pick also does handsome dead-tree editions of rare, reissued or just plain obscure science fiction titles… much more handsome than their rather spartan and old-school website might suggest, in fact. And they’re not spammy, either; with your download code each month, you get informed as to what else has been released, and that’s it.

No obligations, no pack drill. Free ebooks. Thought you’d wanna know.

[ Full disclosure: Phoenix Pick sent me a copy of The World Beyond The Hill by the Panshins for review (and, to my shame, I still have yet to get round to reading it), but I was in no way obliged to do the above plug. Just honestly wanted to share the freebies. ]

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2 Responses to “Free ebooks every month from Phoenix Picks”

  1. Nancy Jane Moore says:

    BTW, I just read Arkfall — bought a copy at Armadillocon — and it’s very good. Take advantage of the free read.

  2. Chris East says:

    Arkfall is on my stack now. I picked up Phoenix’s reissue of Halfway Human and LOVED it. Very, very good stuff.