Bookspot’s Own – PLMII offers free books at Amazon.com (Updated)

By on February 11, 2014

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Update – 2/12/2014

So the critics of the book entitled : Robin Fairborn, The Galdafax Gems, were proven wrong yesterday. I was told by several literary agents that this book was not marketable and would never be accepted by readers. First they did not know what category to put it in and then they felt Dragons as mob bosses, perhaps were a bit too weird. It would appear the world begs to differ with them. This book which I consider my most imaginative tale took the #1 spot for downloads yesterday at Amazon.  It feels great being #1, I must admit. I feel vindicated and know more than ever that “writing” is my gift to the world.

Thanks to all who helped make this happen…something has started here and it will only get bigger!

Here are the results for my books at Amazon.com so far…

  • 500+ downloads
  • One – #1 downloaded book
  • Four books are sitting in the Top 10 downloaded
  • Three Books are sitting in the Top 20 downloaded

Thanks for your support BSC’ers

 

 

 

Hey BSC’ers

I have been very busy as of late working releasing quite a few books over at amazon.com. I wanted to share will all my friends here at BSC some great news.

For a limited time all my books are free at amazon.com

Get those books here : http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=ntt_athr_dp_sr_1?_encoding=UTF8&field-author=Philip%20McCall&search-alias=digital-text&sort=relevancerank

I hope you enjoy them.

I have some great reviews for BSC on the way…until then thanks for any downloads you do and being a supporter of BSC.com

~PLMII

 

About Philip Lee McCall II

In the year an earth ship first successfully orbited the planet Mars, bestselling writer – Philip Lee McCall II or “PLMII entered the world as we know it. He is a proud native of south Florida and a current resident. Philip has been traversing his limitless imagination since his first encounter with all things fantastic. Philip is deeply intrigued by history, mythology, religion and science. Most of his writings straddle all these disciplines of knowledge. Philip is well-read from the classics of fiction to modern fantastic writers. He is a fan of Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, J.R.R Tolkien, Edgar Allen Poe, Tim Burton, Jim Henson, R.A. Salvatore, Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman, David Eddings, Terry Brooks and Dr. Seuss to name a just a few. His website is located @ www.plmii.com
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