Free Novels by Year Zero Writers

In the twitter spirit of #givingdaysoftheweekfunnynames November will see Year Zero Writers running First Chapter Friday. There are already three novels by Year Zero Writers, available in ebook and paperback form. On December 1st there will be four more. So we’re using the Fridays in November to give people the chance to get to know the novels better. Starting with the ones already out there. And don’t forget ALL THREE NOVELS ARE FREE IN ALL EBOOK FORMATS, and whilst we’d love you to buy the paperbacks, most of all we just want you to read our books.

Today, in the three preceding posts, you’ll find a brief synopsis and the opening chapter of our three current novels. Over the next three weeks we’ll introduce you to the next four (don’t worry, we’ll figure the maths).

Already published

Glimpses of a Floating World by Larry Harrison

Download it FREE here

Buy it here

 

Benny Platonov by Oli Johns

Download it FREE here

Buy it here

 

Songs from the Other Side of the Wall by Dan Hollloway

Download it FREE here

Buy it here

 

Coming on December 1st

Babylon by Daisy Anne Gree

A,B, &E by Marc Nash

Black Laces by Marcella O’Connor

29 Jobs And a Million Lies by Jenn Topper

 

And don’t forget the incredibly useful How to Spend L£ss by Year Zero Writer Anne Lyken-Garner is also available now.

Download it here

 

 

Have fun deciding which of our novels to read first, and if novels, free or otherwise, aren’t your thing then panic ye not – non-Fridays are still new fiction and original article days.

TOMORROW: crowdsourcing literature: why everyone’s talking about it and why it’s really uncool

~ by yearzerowriters on November 6, 2009.

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