Give it Away for Reglue2013-Jun-2 -> from the who-doesn't-like-a-freebie department
I wanted to make this like the StoryBundle, and include a bunch of indie authors in on the giveaway. Alas, timing was off, and so I'm on my own. But no worries, I'm still doing a giveaway.
June 3 to 7: The Time Weaver is free on Amazon.
June 10 to 14: Legacy is free on Amazon.
What do I want from you?
Get your free copy, and then spread the word.
Just do me a favor, and take the $3 you would have spent on it, and give it to Reglue instead. You don't have to, but I would much rather Reglue have the money than me.
Update: for your convenience, the Reglue donation page is HERE.
See, normally I would donate $0.50 from every eBook sold to Reglue, to help them out. But this time, I don't want Amazon to get a cut. I don't want a cut. For two weeks, I want you all to donate $3 to Reglue, and then get my books for free.
If you're new to my site, or unfamiliar with Reglue, I'll tell you a bit about them. Reglue (formerly The Helios Project) refurbishes old PCs and gives them away to underprivileged children and families. These aren't just any PCs. These are Linux-based machines, powered entirely by free and open source software. These guys aren't just committed to bringing computers to those who can't afford them. They want to do it in the safest, most secure, and least expensive way possible. The children of the future are being given Linux PCs and taught to use them. If that weren't enough, they also run several community programs that teach people basic computer skills and help them get a foothold into skills and possibly even jobs that they wouldn't otherwise have.
Like most non-profit organizations, they are under-funded, and stretch every penny to its limit. A donation to these wonderful people will make a real difference. So go on, grab a freebie, and donate to Reglue. Make sure they have the funding they need to keep doing the great things they do.
And of course, once you do, you'll have my most sincere gratitude. Thank you.
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