Everybody loves a sale, right? For a limited time, the Kindle version of Muscle Memory will be available for only $0.99. I’ve marked it down for the rest of May at least, to hopefully kick start sales so I can make a nice donation to the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library (click here for the details of this promotion).
But while we’re on the subject, this is actually a great time to try some new fiction without spending much money at all. There are a number of outstanding titles available for $0.99 on the Kindle. And remember, you don’t need an actual Kindle to be able to read Kindle titles – if you have an iPhone or Droid, there are Kindle apps available. I’ve read several of these books on my iPhone and it’s not nearly as cumbersome or tough to see as I thought it would be. If you haven’t tried it yet, I highly encourage you to do so. Several of these books below are short, only around 100-page or less novellas, so it’s not like you’re trying to slog through a huge novel on your screen. (And again, at only $0.99, it’s more than worth it to give it a try.)
Also available for $0.99 are the following (click the cover art to go to Amazon):
The Egg Said Nothing, by Caris O’Malley (Eraserhead Press)
The Brothers Crunk, by William Pauley III (Grindhouse Press)
The Sorrow King, by Andersen Prunty (Grindhouse Press)
Fuckness, also by Andersen Prunty
Mother Puncher, by Gina Rinalli (Eraserhead)
(Gina has a bunch of $0.99 titles, check them all out)
Nightjack, by Tom Piccirilli (Crossroad Press & Macabre Ink Digital)
Katja from the Punk Band, by Simon Logan (ChiZine)
An Occupation of Angels, by Lavie Tidhar (Apex)
A Russian Prostitute’s Guide to Pakistan and Other Tales of Grit and Valor, by S. Sommerville (House of Bizarro)
Vampires in Devil Town, by Wayne Hixon (Grindhouse)
Please note that this is, in no way, a complete list of all the great $0.99 Kindle books available. If you want to share more, leave a link in the comments.