Night Shade Books is Having an eBook Sale! Get 35 eBooks, Each for $4.99 or Less

Night Shade Books’ $4.99-and-Under eBook sale contains quite a few selections at $2.99…and even a few (like Jonathan Strahan’s Eclipse anthology series) at 99 cents.

Here are the 35 titles that are part of the sale….

  1. A Matter of Time by Glen Cook
  2. After the Downfall by Harry Turtledove
  3. Alien Contact edited by Marty Halpern

  1. By Blood We Live edited by John Joseph Adams
  2. Eclipse 1 edited by Jonathan Strahan
  3. Eclipse 2 edited by Jonathan Strahan
  1. Eclipse 3 edited by Jonathan Strahan
  2. Eclipse 4 edited by Jonathan Strahan
  3. Enormity by W.G. Marshall
  1. Ghosts of Yesterday by Jack Cady
  2. Happily Ever After edited by John Klima
  3. Hitchers by Will McIntosh
  1. Miserere: An Autumn Tale by Teresa Frohock
  2. Necropolis by Michael Dempsey
  3. Osiris by E.J. Swift
  1. Pillars of Hercules by David Constantine
  2. Revolution World by Katy Stauber
  3. Spin the Sky by Katy Stauber
  1. Sympathy for the Devil edited by Tim Pratt
  2. Tails of Wonder edited by Ellen Datlow
  3. Terminal Island by Walter Greatshell
  1. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 2 edited by Jonathan Strahan
  2. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 3 edited by Jonathan Strahan
  3. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 4 edited by Jonathan Strahan
  1. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 5 edited by Jonathan Strahan
  2. The Constantine Affliction (Pimm and Skye) by T. Aaron Payton
  3. The King’s Daughters by Nathalie Mallet
  1. The Loving Dead by Amelia Beamer
  2. The Princes of the Golden Cage by Nathalie Mallet
  3. The Summoning (Wolf Moon Saga) by Carol Wolf
  1. Thomas World by Richard Cox
  2. Tooth and Nail by Jennifer Safrey
  3. Wings of Fire edited by Jonathan Strahan and Marianne S. Jablon
  1. Yarn by Jon Armstrong
  2. Zendegi by Greg Egan

2 thoughts on “Night Shade Books is Having an eBook Sale! Get 35 eBooks, Each for $4.99 or Less”

  1. This promotion did look like a good way to make some space in my bookcase, by replacing a number of titles with bargain e-versions, but sadly when you have a European credit card many of the books here will not be cheaper, or simply not even available as ebooks.
    The idea of blocking sales of certain ebook titles to interested buyers from abroad is such old-fashioned thinking. And then publishers dare to complain about book piracy.

    1. My thoughts exactly. “Pricing information not available” is the worst way to treat a potential buyer.

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