I'm really excited about this. I'm giving away free, no obligation copies of my steampunk novel Discovering Aberration. Why am I so excited about giving away copies for free? A few reasons but one being: the more I give away, the more people tell their friends, and the better it's selling. But you can't find it for free just anywhere, only at a select few hidden locations, and this is one of them.
Thaddeus Lumpen's archaeology career is near collapse, thanks to the machinations of rivals who would kill to claim a discovery for themselves. In desperation he turns to Freddy Fitzgerald, a rebellious writer who still maintains connections from his days as a street hooligan. For Lumpen to get ahead of his even less scrupulous competitors he must steal an ancient map and forge a path to an island where a lost civilization waits to be found. For Freddy, it's a chance to sell the story of a lifetime.
But nothing is as simple as it appears from halfway across the world. Old acquaintances become enemies, professional rivalries turn violent, and a notorious gang lord wants his map back. The island itself holds dangers that Freddy and Lumpen couldn't have prepared to face--and horrifying secrets that might be better left buried. Beset by wild beasts, cutthroat competitors, and dangers darker still, the two men fight not for glory, but their own survival... before the island pushes them to the brink of insanity.
DISCOVERING ABERRATION is a alternative history adventure novel. Inspired by the classic science fiction, adventure, and horror writers who spawned what would later become the steampunk genre, DISCOVERING ABERRATION is part Victorian era urban romp, part dark fantasy adventure.
How to get your free copy
Getting your free copy is simple, just follow the link and download it. The file is for Kindles, but it can be read on any kindle device, smart phone, tablet or computer using the kindle app.
How to support my writing at the same time
Inside your free copy of Discovering Aberration you'll find a few links prompting you to share with your friends. They are unobtrusive and pop up at the end of each part. Of course, you can be a hermit and keep the goods all to yourself, and that's fine, or follow the links which will automatically create a post for you on Facebook, Google+ or Twitter. Sharing supports my writing, so I appreciate it when anyone does.