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A new approach to ebooks

David MoodyHorror author David Moody is trying something new when it comes to selling eBooks and to be honest, I like it!

  1. If you buy a print edition of AUTUMN: THE HUMAN CONDITION, on the last page there’s a link you can follow to download a complementary ebook version.
  2. If you buy an ebook then decide you wish you’d bought the print version, click the link at the end of the ebook, enter a few details, and you’ll receive a voucher to the value of the ebook you bought, redeemable against the print version.

Read all the details @ djmoody.co.uk. (Yes, there is sound involved in this site. Don’t be alarmed.)

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1 thought on “A new approach to ebooks”

  1. Sara says:

    I think this is a great idea. I’ve been in the situation a few times where I didn’t bring my book with me somewhere either on accident or because I didn’t realize I’d get stuck there for hours and I’ve done some not-very-ethical things in order to quickly obtain an ebook version to get me through until I was back with my print copy. Also, some books are so long (I’m looking at you, George R. R. Martin), that I like to have a paper copy at home and the Kindle version on my phone for lunch break or waiting rooms.

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