Saturday, November 2, 2013

Ravenwolf Publishing offers Kindle MatchBooks

Ravenwolf Publishing offers Kindle MatchBooks

Ravenwolf Publishing now offers lower prices on Print and Ebooks.

Amazon officially launched Kindle MatchBook on Oct. 29, its previously announced program that lets publishers and authors bundle print books with discounted digital editions, and Ravenwolf Publishing has included its books to be among the 75,000 titles included in the MatchBook program.
Readers who bought the included titles in print now have the option to buy the Kindle version for $2.99 or less.
Ravenwolf Publishing has all its books available and ready to ship, including The Dancing Valkyrie, The Vampire Valkyrie, And God Created Vampires, Adirondack Hikes in Hamilton County and Confessions of an Online Male Prostitute.
Ravenwolf author Pete Klein joins with Ray Bradbury, Michael Crichton, Blake Crouch, James Rollins, Jodi Picoult, Neil Gaiman, Marcus Sakey, Wally Lamb, Jo Nesbo, Neal Stephenson, and J.A. Jance among many others in the MatchBook program.
Bundling print and digital has been one of the most requested features from customers. With Kindle MatchBook, book lovers can keep their favorite book on their shelf and have a copy in their digital library for reading, perhaps re-reading it with features like X-Ray and Popular Highlights.
Readers can easily look up their entire print book order history to discover which of their past purchases are enrolled in Kindle MatchBook.
Pete’s books on Amazon include:
“The Dancing Valkyrie” (ISBN: 1440432198 | ISBN-13: 9781440432194) begins and ends in the Adirondacks of northern New York. It is the story of a young woman who is an erotic dancer at a topless club in Schenectady, NY, who becomes a vampire while on a hike in the wilds of the Adirondacks.
The novel follows her rapid acclimation into being what she was born to be - a vampire with a lust for both blood and sex, and draws to a conclusion when she meets with a vampire who lives to kill other vampires - and whose name is Van Helsing.
"The Vampire Valkyrie" (ISBN: 1452877793 | ISBN-13: 9781452877792) continues the tale of the vampire Mary Hoffman, a.k.a. Erica, the Dancing Valkyrie, who fights to protect her erotic dance club and her girls from mobsters who want to control her and her club - or kill her if she resists.
A Schenectady City Councilwoman wants to pass legislation to close down or strictly limit the operation of adult businesses, an a upstate crime boss wants control of Mary and her club and a New York City crime family seeks to discredit the upstate crime boss through Mary and her club. Many people die, both the innocent and the guilty, as a result of Mary's determination to save herself, her girls and her club, while wondering if she should stop being involved with humans and just kill all who infringe upon her freedoms as a vampire.
“And God Created Vampires” (ISBN-13: 978-1477527450 ASIN: B0088YS3CW) is the third vampire novel featuring Mary Hoffman, a.k.a. Erica, who now needs to confront mistakes made as she tries to untangle herself from those mistakes and extricate herself from being under surveillance by both the FBI and CIA.
Who and how many will she need to kill to live freely as a vampire created by God?
"Adirondack Hikes in Hamilton County" (ISBN: 1453608141 | ISBN-13: 9781453608142) is the first published hiking guide aimed only at trails and attractions in Hamilton County, NY.
In addition to being a trail guide, the book offers tips on many outdoor activities, state campgrounds, local chambers of commerce and who to call in an emergency.
“Confession of an Online Male Prostitute” (ISBN: 145374245X | ISBN-13: 9781453742457) is about a middle aged married man whose sex life with his wife has been absent for a number of years. Yearning for some sex but not willing to go to bars or pay for some mutual fun and not yet willing to divorce his wife, he decides the Internet is the safe way to go and works up the nerve to see if he can get anyone to pay him to take off his clothes and perform what amounts to an online peep show.
Author and publisher Pete Klein says, "Publishing is rapidly changing. Readers expect a variety of ways to access the written word. This is why I have chosen to make my books available in a variety of formats. The Ebook format is the least expensive way for readers to purchase my books. For myself, I prefer to read a printed bound book but have read several ebooks and just figure there are many out there who like to read but want to save money during these troubled economic times. Ebooks can be quickly downloaded, either to a reading device or on the computer. Not only are the ebooks less expensive than the print versions, the ebook reader also saves on postage and the time it takes to receive a printed copy."

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