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Os ebooks de Alex Sumner: agora disponíveis no Brasil!

Brasil

Brasil

Ah Brazil! You have given the world so many things! Like Pele, Capoeira, Bossa Nova, Samba, thong bikinis, Cachaça, the Rio De Janeiro Carnival, etc etc. So, to say Obregado on behalf of the rest of the world, I, Alex Sumner, am now making my Ebooks available in your fair country!

Please note that they are only in English – I have not yet translated them into Portugese. Head on over to my Brazilian page for more details!

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Sumner Alex no hon wa, Nihon de hanbai sa rete i!

Japan

People of Japan! You now have the opportunity to buy my books in your country! Why not head on over to http://www.amazon.jp now?

Taromancer Kindle only
The Magus Print Kindle
Opus Secunda Print Kindle
Licence To Depart Print Kindle
The Demon Detective Kindle only
A Greater Power Kindle only
Shall We Kill The President? Kindle only

As I believe the saying goes in your country: ( ^ _ ^ )

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July Sale At Smashwords

You are now able to download The Magus, Opus Secunda, Licence To Depart and Shall We Kill The President for $1.49 – 25% off the usual price – from Smashwords.com. This is a special offer for July 2012 only.  At Smashwords you can whichever ebook format is most convenient for you – Kindle, Nook, Kobo, PDF, etc etc.

To take advantage of this offer, click this link now!

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Alex Sumner: Interview by Maria Savva

Hi there, just thought I’d do a good turn for my fellow author Maria Savva by plugging an interview she did with me for her Goodreads page. In it I reveal some of my influences and the background to my stories. Although, readers of the interview get a chance to win a free short story. Click this link to read the interview.

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Get The Magus Trilogy – 3 for the price of 2!

Christmas is coming, so why not fit in some early Yuletide shopping by getting the complete “Magus Trilogy” – pay full price for two books and get the third one free!

The Magus - by Alex Sumner

Front cover artwork © 2009 by the author.

© Front cover artwork copyright the author, 2010

Front cover artwork © 2011 by the author.

To take advantage of this offer, simply order my books from Lulu, and enter the code BUY2GETONEUK305 at the checkout. Please hurry as this offer ends on 7th December 2011.

Thanks! 🙂

 

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The novels of Alex Sumner – now only $0.99 each!

The Magus Trilogy – three novels full of murder, sinister black magick and steamy action – and now for a trial period only, going for $0.99 each! You are now able to buy my three novels in ebook form for less than a dollar each. The Magus, Opus Secunda and Licence to Depart – are available from SMASHWORDS in all popular ebook formats, as well as from Amazon.

The Magus - by Alex Sumner

Front cover artwork © 2009 by the author.

Front cover artwork © 2010 by the author.

Front cover artwork © 2011 by the author.

To download a free Kindle reader, please go here.

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The Magus Trilogy (vlog)

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Licence To Depart – the new novel by Alex Sumner

Front cover artwork © 2011 by the author.

You are now able to read my brand new novel, Licence To Depart, on Amazon Kindle. The print-edition will be available through Amazon shortly, although it’s available on Lulu now.

“Licence To Depart” is the final instalment of “The Magus Trilogy,” which was begun by The Magus in 2009 and continued by Opus Secunda in 2010. It is a supernatural tale of murder, black magick, and international conspiracy set in contemporary England (and elsewhere), and is suitable for adult readers *. As with previous books it is crammed with detail drawn from the author’s real-life occult experiences.

Nichola Peterson, ex-policewoman is at the lowest point of her fortunes: her career in ruins, forcibly separated from the man she loves, and powerless to stop a criminal mastermind from wreaking havoc. Then the mysterious Magus appears, offering her one last chance of redemption. Suddenly – a shot rings out…

Note that it is not necessary to have a Kindle device to read Kindle e-books! Follow this link for more details.


* OK, ok, I lied when I said my next novel would not contain any sex. If you hadn’t guessed by now, it was an April Fool’s Joke. 🙂

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Kindle Authors Shout Out

An Amazon gift-voucher materialised in my possession the other day, so I decided to spend it on some Ebooks written by fellow authors. Here’s a brief selection of plugs I received when I tweeted asking for recommendations:

Thomas Amo, An Apple For Zoë (The Forsaken), Occult, Murder.

Nick Cole, The Old Man and the Wasteland, Post apocalyptic spec-fiction.

Belinda Frisch, Dead Spell, supernatural thriller.

Richard Gilchrist, Up Close and Impersonal, thriller.

Maria Savva, Second Chances and Pieces of a Rainbow, Romance. In a previous incarnation I used to work in Law firms exactly like the one described in Second Chances *shudder*…

Laura Stamps, The Witches of Dixie: Book One (The Witchery Series) which is about female empowerment as expressed through Wicca. The second one of hers I have read is Sex Magick: Book One (The Rune Witch Series), which is more of a short story. Technically this too is about female empowerment, but with a more obvious explicit – yet the nonetheless authentic – theme.

Also please check out Naomi Bulger who assures me her work will be on Kindle soon.

And of course – last but not least – may I humbly recommend my own two books The Magus and Opus Secunda which will be joined on May 11th by my third novel Licence To Depart. Thanks 🙂

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