Reborn City: New Lower Price

Posted: February 8, 2014 in Novel, Writing
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Reborn City

I don’t usually do this sort of advertising, but I figure what’s the harm in trying? Reborn City has gotten its price lowered on Amazon for paperback, down form a little over $11 to $8.99 (I’m not sure why Amazon lowered the price, but if it gets more people reading the book, I’m not going to complain).

As many of you already know, Reborn City is the story of Zahara Bakur, a girl who joins a street gang in Las Vegas-style Reborn City after her parents are killed for being Muslims. The gang she joins, the Hydras, become a family for her, but that family is under threat by older gangs, who dislike the Hydras rise to power, the fact that they’re interracial, and that they accepted Zahara, who is Muslim. In addition, there is a connection between the Hydras and the Parthenon Company, the corporation that runs Reborn City and other metropolises like it. The choices Zahara makes as she tries to become part of the gang and protect her friends will change the course of her life and the lives of others for a long time to come.

I hope that sounded interesting to you. So far, RC has gotten four reviews averaging around 4 or 5 stars. I’m very happy about the response, and I’m hoping that if more people buy the book, more people will add their feedback as well and let me know what they think. Honestly, I love reader feedback.

You can check out Reborn City at Amazon.com, as well as on Smashwords. The paperback is $8.99 like I said, while the e-book is $2.99. Hope you enjoy reading it and have a lovely evening, Followers of Fear.

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Comments
  1. They did this with me too. It may just be a promotional thing for indie authors, or it could be an incentive for books they notice are already selling. I would imagine its more the latter, they’re looking for something with known appeal and looking to make it that much more appealing. And they can afford to, damn multinational corporations with their deep pockets!

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