Free Book

One of my favorite reads from this past year is available free, now through Sunday.

Get your very own copy of The Godshead now. You won’t regret it.

The sequel is due out soon. You will want to jump on that one, too. It is at least as good, probably even a little better. Or so I have heard from one of the beta readers.

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4 Responses to Free Book

  1. hollychism says:

    Thanks for the good word…and I’m glad you enjoyed.

  2. Larry says:

    I didn’t really get into The Godshead, but I thought The Last Pendragon was fantastic. I still have Godshead on my Kindle, maybe I’ll give it another go.

    • alaskan454 says:

      I agree on Pendragon – it was excellent. She is working on a follow-up/sequel/whatever to that one now, which she hopes to finish around Spring. I’m itching to see which direction she takes that one.

      I have to admit that I downloaded the sample of Godshead, and didn’t like it all that much. A while later, after reading Pendragon, I decided to give the whole thing a chance.

      Familiarity with Greek and Norse mythology helps a lot, which is probably why it took me a second attempt to appreciate it. My only previous exposure was mumblemumble decades ago, and I didn’t pay attention very well at the time. It might not be Corriea funny, but she has a unique style, and I love her sense of humor.

      I think you will like the next one in the series, which she hopes to release shortly, better than Godshead. I guarantee that the first page will make you laugh out loud, and I am reasonably sure that it will hold your attention better throughout, considering on how similar our reading tastes tend to be. Hell, there is even a .454 Casull mentioned at one point, so what’s not to like? 🙂

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