25% Off MultiFormat Ebooks at Fictionwise

So, you just got that brand new ebook reader and looking for books to read on it?

Here’s some good news for you: Fictionwise is hosting a Independent Publisher Sale. Readers get a 25% discount on MultiFormat ebook catalog until October 5th. If you don’t know if your reader is compatible, here are the available formats at Fictionwise:

    .LIT (Microsoft Reader)
    .PDF (Adobe Acrobat)
    .LRF (Sony Reader)
    .PDB (Palm Doc)
    .PDB (eReader)
    .RB (Rocket/REB1100)
    .FUB (Franklin Ebookman)
    .KML (Hiebook)
    .PDB (iSilo)
    .PRC (Mobipocket)
    .MOBI (Kindle Compatible)

There are some great titles. There are regency romances by Joan Wolf, Barbara Metzger and Allison Lane among others. If you enjoy historical romance, there is The Prince of Midnight by Laura Kinsale and Dream Fever by Katherine Sutcliffe or if you prefer sci-fi, there are David Webster’s* Honor Harrington series starting with On Basilisk Station or Lois McMaster Bujold’s* Vorkosigan series starting with Shards of Honor. All are available in MultiFormat.

There are 20,000 titles in MultiFormat to browse through at Fictionwise. I own about 76 titles that includes the ebooks mentioned above. If you’re like me and use Fictionwise almost exclusively, then this is a great opportunity to go through their catalog and save money.

*All titles in a series may not be available in non-secure format

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