Hagridden cut through Kindle like a Bowie knife

You all are amazing!

Last week, my publisher offered Hagridden for free on Kindle, and in those few weekdays, more than 500 of you grabbed a digital copy of my book! That sudden momentum rocketed Hagridden up through the overall Kindle ranks, and y’all drove Hagridden to #1 in the War genre for Kindle books (it is set in the Civil War, after all).

I’m over the moon, gang. Thank you all!

Of course, the digital version is still just $4.95, and if you’re a Kindle Unlimited subscriber or you have access to the Kindle Lending Library (via Amazon Prime), you can still download Hagridden for free.

And if you’re one of those 500+ new readers from last week — or if you’re one of the hundreds of existing readers who’ve bought Hagridden or borrow it from your library — I hope you enjoy the book. I hope you tell friends you enjoyed the book, and maybe buy them a copy as a gift. I hope you tell your local library to put a copy on their shelves. I hope you tweet about it (use the hashtag #Hagridden), and maybe head over to the book’s Facebook page and share that with your social media pals.

And whenever you get a chance, hop online and review it on Amazon, or in Goodreads, or wherever you like. Loved it or hated it, either way — readers like to know how other readers are responding to the work, so you’re helping folks out when you leave a review. And small-press publishers, who aren’t just in this for the dollars but actually care about producing art, like to know how their work is being received out there.

Published by Samuel Snoek-Brown

I write fiction and teach college writing and literature. I'm the author of the story collection There Is No Other Way to Worship Them, the novel Hagridden, and the flash fiction chapbooks Box Cutters and Where There Is Ruin.

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