It’s a sci-fi adventure in a colonizing world, with a touch of occult, erotica, sex, violence, humor and coarse language – Stephen doesn’t have time for psychics, he doesn’t believe in them, he only brought Aleisha into his team so he could sell her to the two Khekarians all but ruling it – at 17 years old, Aleisha doesn’t have the training to see it coming, and she’s not that kind of seer, anyway – Sturn, meanwhile, is an exiled Khekarian Prince determined to return to power using whatever means necessary, be it with the use of the girl’s raw talent or with the unethical capture of alien-native from Zumaridi to barter his way back in – either way, the newly settled planet has what he wants – and there are no laws to stop him.
Near on 600 pages, it’s a book you can get your teeth into. It’s going out free on Kindle up until the last minute of Jan 1st 2014. Grab it while you can. The paperback costs USD $19.95, Kindle normally USD $4.95 (Note: there’s a price-rise on the horizon, this book has been way underpriced. More on that in the new year).
I’ll add more snippets from the storyline as the giveaway progresses. Meanwhile, here’s what to do:
Anytime until the end of the 1st Jan (Wednesday), go to “The Khekarian Threat” at Amazon (click HERE or click on the cover of the book in the right hand margin of this blog).
Double check that the Kindle price to buy is set at $0.00 and click Kindle edition.
For those not familiar with Amazon downloads, after clicking on Kindle edition, look to the right of the screen for the green box with the yellow “Buy this at a single click” orange button. Click that. Don’t worry, if the price was $0.00, you will be charged $0.00.
For those who don’t have a Kindle, Amazon has free Kindle apps for your PC., smartphone, tablet, etc., (click HERE to find the app you want).
Download and enjoy! It’s as easy as that.
Cheers all! 😀
Selamat pagi Allyson,
is it okay to reblog this? ( i already did, anyway, sorry) 0_0
Hi Yuna! Terima Kasih – That is wonderful, thank you so much! 😀
wish you success :). Amen.
Thank you, Yuna – and thank you so much for re-blogging my post, it was lovely to see it on your site. 😀
No worries Allyson, my pleasure 🙂
oh, i can smell the festive of new year here, wish you all happiness ahead 🙂
Thank you, Yuna. A big HAPPY NEW YEAR to you, I hope that 2014 is a year of great things for you.
Ameeen, terimakasih banyak Allyson. 🙂
😀 Terimakasih banyak means “thank you very much” yes? I’m lost on Ameeen (I’m reading it as a stretched out “Amen”).
Ah, and a question – is terimakisih one word or two? I’ve been doing it as two – terima kasih.
Hugs to you, Yuna. 🙂
Yes, you are right on terima kasih banyak. hehehehehe, yes, it was for amen :), i just like to terror any words :D, and make it a little bit longer :D.
ah, terima kasih supposed to be separated – terima kasih. it was my fault 0_0.
Hugs tightly 🙂
Heeheehee – yes, I’ve noticed how you teach me by adding a new word here or there. It’s great! 😀 But I do forget and I have to look it up, although it is always nice [baik] when I remember correctly.
Hugs tightly to you, too!
Yaay! I almost missed this, I can’t believe it. You should have given me a nudge. 😉 I’ve nabbed myself a copy, I was just looking for something new to read. I look forward to it!
Hi Willow! 🙂 Well, it’s not my thing to go hit people over the head with it. 😉 Best I can do is blog about it and hope lots of people find out.
I’m glad you got yourself a copy. Cheers! 😀
Haha, I know, I know. I can understand. But still! Glad I thought to check my dashboard, I wondered why I wasn’t getting any email notifications about your blog. Fixed that now.
I’ve notified my Twitter followers, I hope it helps!
I’m glad you timed it so well! I would have hated to see you miss out. I blog every day, with one or two gaps coming up because of the holidays (we will be out touring the mountains), although I expect to warn everyone ahead of time. 🙂