Pay What You Want For Ten Great Historical Novels

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Hello! Sorry for the long silence. I’ve been taking my own advice for once and focusing on writing. But don’t worry, I’ll be back blogging very soon – once I’ve finish moving them commas around.

If you’re looking for something to read in the meantime, I highly recommend this historical fiction deal from Story Bundle. Although I should note I’m somewhat biased given that I have a book in it.

This is a little different to your standard box set. Story Bundle is a site which allows you to decide how much you want to pay. Fun!

Here’s how it works:

  1. Gaze longingly upon said books (details below).
  2. Pick a dollar amount OF YOUR CHOICE and receive novels from Libbie Hawker, M. Louisa Locke, Helen Hollick, Travis Heerman. (Note: $3 minimum.)
  3. If the amount you choose is above $12, you get FOUR extra books. One more each from Libbie Hawker and Helen Hollick, as well as books from both me and Sarah Woodbury.
  4. You want more? Sign up for Story Bundle’s newsletter and you will get a BONUS book from M. Louisa Locke.

This crazy empowerment of you, the reader, doesn’t stop there either. You also get to divvy up that money between the authors & Story Bundle and you get to decide whether 10% of your total goes to Girls Write Now – a writing and mentoring non-profit organization which serves at-risk girls from public high schools in New York.

NB: Please don’t get drunk with power and then attempt to operate any heavy machinery, such as the Krupp Bagger 288.

So, those books:

First up is House of Rejoicing by Libbie Hawker – an author I’ve raved about here before. You also get the San Francisco-based Victorian mystery Uneasy Spirits from M. Louisa Locke, Sea Witch by Helen Hollick – an author endorsed by giant of the genre Bernard Cornwell, no less. You also get a Regency-era historical fantasy entitled Miss Landon & Aubranel by Charlotte E. English, who curated this bundle, and then also Travis Heerman’s Sword of the Ronin, set in magic-infused medieval Japan.

At the bonus level, you get my turn-of-the-20th century historical adventure Mercenary, the second book in Helen Hollick’s pirate series as well as the second in Libbie Hawker’s AND Footsteps in Time from a hugely popular author I’ve featured here a few times: Sarah Woodbury. Finally, if you have room on your virtual shelves for one more, you can also get your hands on M. Louisa Locke’s Maids of Misfortune through the simple ruse of subscribing to Story Bundle’s mailing list.

As a reminder, this deal isn’t available anywhere else, only on Story Bundle.

After your purchase you’ll get download links for the files (compatible with all apps/devices), and if you own a Kindle or use the Kindle app, you can opt to use the Send to Kindle feature to have the books sent directly to your device.

That’s it. I’ll be back on the blog-horse soon. Happy Friday!

About David Gaughran

David Gaughran is Irish, living in Prague, and the author of Mercenary, A Storm Hits Valparaiso, Let's Get Digital, Let's Get Visible, and this here blog.
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9 Responses to Pay What You Want For Ten Great Historical Novels

  1. Jessica says:

    M. Louisa Locke’s book Maids of Misfortune is a great book, imo. I got the joy of getting to proofread it (and several other books in the series).

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  2. Sara says:

    I wondered what was going on with you, so I sent out mental messages (write something, David!). Okay, I’m relieved. I’m going back to writing now. I need to post something on my own blog, too.

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  4. Congratulations. Any launch is something to be celebrated. It takes so long to write, and we only celebrate a little bit? Enjoy.

    And enjoy moving the commas around – there’s something to be said for having that power.

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  5. Dan DeWitt says:

    Congrats to you and the others, Dave. I don’t normally read historical fiction, but I may give this bundle a whirl if only because I kinda know several of the authors.

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  6. Peter says:

    Seems like a great deal. To be honest, I would up the minimum price a little.

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  7. Glad that you returned to writing! Wish you good luck! Thanks for sharing such an interesting idea how it is possible to buy all the desired books fast and for a reasonable price!

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