Okay, it’s on – A Free Kindle Science Fiction

The Khekarian Threat, the first book in the Khekarian series is going out free on Kindle for a five day period (ending around midnight of Friday the 23rd of May USA Eastern Standard Pacific Time) – Below is a link that will take you to the free Kindle book at Amazon, along with instructions on how to download it (if you’re new to this kind of thing) – ALSO available through that same Amazon link is a downloadable free Kindle reader if you don’t have Kindle and don’t want one, so you can read The Khekarian Threat on your personal computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.

I cannot tell you if you will like this book, because there is no such thing as a book that everybody loves, but I can say that if it grabs you at all, it will grab you completely. Most people who have read it, love it. Give it a go. It’s free. Enjoy.

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The link below will take you directly to the Kindle Edition at Amazon. I have checked that the current Kindle price is set to zero – but when you get there, satisfy yourself that it is set to zero (in case you are reading this post on a different date to me writing it). If all is well, click the orange “Buy this at a single click” button (to the right of the screen in the green box). Don’t worry, if the price was $0.00, you will be charged $0.00.

Don’t have a Kindle device? Amazon supplies free Kindle apps for your personal computer, smartphone, tablet, etc. The link is on that same Kindle Edition page, in a box directly below the green box.

The Khekarian Threat (Kindle freebie).

If you have an inkling to, please tell your friends about this giveaway. These freebies are supposed to run every three months, but I often don’t keep track of the time, so it might be longer than that before this one comes around again.

Thank you so much.

Happy reading!

😀

Allyson

13 thoughts on “Okay, it’s on – A Free Kindle Science Fiction

        1. Yuna

          Sama-sama, Allyson.

          Oh yah, i need to add something here.

          We better use ‘baik’ instead of ‘bagus’ in this sentence. Both have the same meaning (nice, good), but ‘bagus’ is usually used for goods or things except person. 😀

          Bagus, Allyson! (Good job/well done, Allyson), it has different meaning if i said ‘Allyson is a nice person’ (Allyson adalah seorang yang baik). 😀

  1. EagleAye

    Woohoo! I’ve got it on my Kindle. I’m in the middle of a book just now, but this will definitely be my next read. Thanks for offering it up like this.

    Reply

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