David Craig, Scottish Writer – free book offer
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David Craig has three novels published by a small press publisher Elsewhen Press.
Given the current Covid-19 crisis and calls to self-isolate, He would like to contribute something to the community to help pass the time and ease boredom.
David will ‘gift’ via Amazon Kindle ten copies each of his first two novels:
Resurrection Men and Thorns of a Black Rose
RESURRECTION MEN is a supernatural thriller set in Victorian Glasgow, chiefly following two ‘loveable rogue’ body snatchers as they find themselves falling foul of the undead ruling Glasgow through a secret society of the rich and elite.
THORNS OF A BLACK ROSE is an action/adventure fantasy, the same genre as The Witcher and Game of Thrones, based in a setting inspired by Ancient Egypt and Morocco.
How To Get Your Book
Email David if you would like the gift of a book – one per person.
‘All I would ask is that those asking for a book click the link within 24 hours so the gift goes towards my sales rankings. If they enjoy, reviews are also appreciated.’
David Craig’s author’s page on Elsewhen Press – Here you will find his other books.
Please also feel free to browse the other books published by Elsewhen Press if interested in supporting ‘small’ authors and an independent publisher.
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