Indianapolis Author offers first self published ebook at a discount
Jeffrey Zweig II is offering a 50% off coupon for his book The End Begins: The Nine until October 19th, 2011
The promo code, as it's now listed on his blog, is FS25A. It starts today and end October 19th, 2011. Use it when purchasing your copy.
The book is available now on Smashwords.com (http://www.smashwords.com/
The End Begins: The Nine is a science fiction, urban fantasy novel about a young alchemist, Cassarah Telmar, who thought training at the magic academy was what life was about, until she discovered it's students powers were being stolen by the Coalition, an ambiguous corporation turned warmongering militia. Cass escapes their program and vows to bring them down.
The key lies on the young James Kesumare's mind, who is responsible for destroying the gate technology that's stranded the Coalition and forced them to survive in this backward parallel world. Cass wants nothing more than to destroy them and free her clan, but she's too blind to see that the end begins for both the Coalition, herself, and her clan. She will have to chose between living under their thumb, or dying with freedom.
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About the Author:
After high school Jeffrey Zweig II studied screen/creative writing at Indiana University and Indiana State University.
After he placed in Semi-Finals for the 13th Annual Fade In screenplay competition and Official Selection for the Cinema City Film Festival for his screenwriting, he hit the road to learn to live and expand himself and his craft to become a novelist.
Jeffrey now writes for his blog Stories of the Sleepless Mind and has published three short stories and a novel online at Smashwords.com.