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    Last day: Over a dozen free Ebooks from local company Blackwyrm Publishing
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    Louisville's own Blackwyrm Publishing is offering over a dozen free Ebooks through midnight tonight that can be downloaded from Despite common misconception, you do not have to have a kindle to read the books. After you click to download the title, you are given the option to read it on the Amazon web site or save it to your computer.

    Blackwyrm publishes science fiction, horror, experimental fiction and fantasy in addition to some non-fiction and romance that falls into the other categories. They also publish role playing games and visit 15 - 20 major conventions each year. Their last free Ebook campaign garnered over eight thousand downloads on author Marlene Mitchell's book  Bent Creek.

    Their web site lists the following titles and links for download:

    The Story of Thornby (history):
    The Misadventures of a Country Girl (biography):
    How to Make Big Money in the Flea Market Business (business):
    Burning the Middle Ground (horror):
    The Challenges (historical romance):
    The Man in the Box (fantasy):
    Seasons of Death (mystery):
    Deadly Pose (mystery):
    Vine, An Urban Legend (mythic):
    The Thieves of Genesis (fantasy):
    Legends of Darkness (fantasy)

    Dark Halo (horror):
    Silent Voices (romance):
    Iron Fist Velvet Glove (thriller):
    The Official 2012 Survivalist Handbook (humor):
    The Wisdom of Weng Shu (humor):

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    Jessica Lynn has been writing for since fall of 2010 and has also been published in LEO, Velocity, Voice-Tribune and others after serving as Editor in Chief of The JCC student newspaper, The Quadrangle. She has also served as columnist or contributing writer to an array of online publications.

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