Publisher Sparkling Books announces free e-book to make Christmas gift shopping easier
Make Christmas easy! is a free e-book of reading samples and reviews to help readers choose high-quality books for their seasonal gifts. Pdf version also available.
LONDON, UK, October 31, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — UK publisher Sparkling Books is announcing a free e-book to help money-conscious readers choose budget-friendly gift books this year. Distributed at major eBook stores under ISBN 9781907230806 and also available directly from the publisher at sparklybooks.com/xmas.html, readers can choose their freebies by potential recipient and learn more about those freebies .
For readers in the UK and Republic of Ireland, there are other seasonal offers on the company’s own online store at sparklybooks.com/offers.html, including quantity discounts for any mixture of two or more printed books.
Those who want extended reading of the books they consider freebies will find all single-title e-books reduced to around one pound from November 1 to December 11.
Company spokeswoman Anna Alessi said: “We want to help those many families who are struggling financially this year. The free eBook and other nominally priced eBooks will help bargain hunters, and the special direct sales offers reflect the savings we make by shipping multiple books rather than one book at a time.
Sparkling Books publishes adult fiction, fiction for children ages 8 and up, and engaging non-fiction books in print and e-book formats. The website is both a source of useful information, including links to retailers around the world by title and format, and a shop that ships from the UK.
Adult fiction titles include When Anthony Rathe Investigates by Matthew Booth, Ellipse by Nikki Dudley Lynnwood by Thomas Brown, and The Eloquence of Desire by Amanda Sington-Williams. There is also a three-title omnibus gift edition, Three British Mystery Novels.
Children’s and teenage fiction includes adventure stories Peregrine Harker & The Black Death by Luke Hollands, and Petronella and the Janjilons by Cheryl Bentley.
The limit of the financial system by David Kauders is available in non-fiction.