iPhone Stanza: Free Charlie Huston eBooks!

Random House Publishing Group Makes Free Titles Available on Lexcycle’s Stanza Reader

New York, NY – December 8, 2008 — The Random House Publishing Group and Lexcycle, Inc., jointly announced today that Random House and Ballantine will be the first major book publishers to make full-length books available for free on iPhone through Lexcycle Stanza, the most popular electronic book reader for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch.

This promotion will allow over 500,000 Stanza users to enjoy free eBooks from a varied list of authors including Alan Furst, Julie Garwood, Charlie Huston, David Liss, Laurie Notaro, Arthur Phillips and Simon Rich. The initial offerings will be drawn from each author’s backlist and will include excerpts for any new hardcovers coming in 2009. Random House is providing links to retailers like Amazon, Barnes and Noble.com, Borders.com, Powells.com and IndieBound.org to encourage readers to purchase more books by these authors.

“A free eBook is a great way to sample a new writer, and help spread the word,” says Charlie Huston, whose novels ‘Caught Stealing’, ‘Six Bad Things’, and ‘A Dangerous Man’ will all be available on Stanza. “Besides, it’s good to give things away. They’re books. We write them for people to read them.”

Emphasis added by me.

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I’ve previously posted about free Charlie Huston eBooks:

Second Free Charlie Huston eBook!
Free eBook By Charlie Huston!

What’s exciting about this new Stanza way of getting them is that they aren’t in PDF format! Apparently they’re in glorious ePub, which will make them even more exciting to read!

And don’t forget: It’s not necessary to buy an iPhone. All of this will work with an iPod Touch too!

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