Our special sale prices and coupon codes for print and digital copies of DCP's books is being extended for two more days. Get your books now! (See previous post on Black Friday sales for information!)
That's right, folks! It's that time of year again, time to shake off the Thanksgiving turkey coma and get out there to start your Christmas shopping. What better gift to give than the gift of reading? Or specifically, the gift of DCP reads?
To celebrate Black Friday, we're running a Black Friday special on all of our titles, for this entire week only. Now through next Sunday, you can get deals on print and digital copies of An Unlikely Arrangement, Scent of Double Deception, or the Phantom Squadron series.
For Digital Copies:
Our prices, normally $4.99/download, will be marked down to $2.99/download. (Offer applies to Amazon Kindle and Barnes & Noble Nook customers only)
For Print Copies:
Only available through the DCP Current Books link above, get any of our titles at a 30% discount. Use the following coupon codes at checkout:
For An Unlikely Arrangement: SFMQF7R2
For Scent of Double Deception: 8PA3PYCZ
For the Phantom Squadron books (The Advance Guard or Dinétah Dragon): ZE6PX74V
Don't wait ... these prices only last until Sunday, November 27th. Don't wait to recover from your yearly tryptophan overdose: get your gifts NOW!
Not a lot of people might know about this, but November is designated as Native American History Month. Now is the month to think about the contributions Native Americans have made to history, the arts, technology, and so on. For instance, one of the most famous Native American historical game-changers was the Navajo code-talkers, who served as communications soldiers in the Pacific during World War II. The U.S. Army's codes were based on the Navajo language, because it does not have similar syntax to any other world language ... a factor that we were banking on because it would create a code that the Japanese would not be able to break.
To commemorate Native American History Month, DCP is offering our own Native American ... our Navajo dragon Ariel.
From now until November 30th, when ordering either of DCP's books that feature Ariel ... The Advance Guard or Dinétah Dragon ... enter the discount code Q4C3XKPH at checkout, and you'll receive a discount on your purchase. Both books will sell for $8 flat this month.
That's right, a discount. You can get the entire Phantom Squadron series right now for only $16!
Hurry, though, because this offer only lasts through November 30th. It's also only available on orders through the DCP website, so visit today.
And keep an eye out on this space for DCP's awesome Black Friday deals!
Well, the weekend came and went, and DCP made its first appearance at a festival with the Texas Book Festival in Austin. (I would have made this post sooner, but I had further business in Austin and just came back last night!)
I'd like to offer my sincere thanks to everyone who stopped by our shared book with White Bird Publications. Also those who took some of our giveaways (flyers, business cards, bookmarks), and those who entered into our drawing. After the close of the Festival on Sunday we drew the winners: one winner each will receive a copy of one of our books (The Advance Guard, Dinétah Dragon, An Unlikely Arrangement, or Scent of Double Deception). Keep an eye out in your e-mail or your phone if you entered!
If you aren't one of the lucky four winners, you still have a chance. Right now on Goodreads, you have five days left to enter a drawing for one of six signed copies of Scent of Double Deception! Enter now through the widgets all around the website.
Also, keep a lookout for some special pricing deals forthcoming. DCP will be doing its own Black Friday sale: watch here for more details.
SPECIAL SHOUT-OUT: While at the festival, we had the privilege of having a number of folks stop by inquiring about having us publish their books. We also had one person who was promoting their own e-book, who we all took a liking to. Author H. E. Hinze, very mature for a 17-year-old, was doing her first Book Fair as well, circulating through the crowd to pass out brochures. We took some, and I'm happy to report that when I came back I found Ms. Hinze is now a DCP Twitter follower! So check out her e-book No Angels, a YA paranormal fantasy novel, which is available on Kindle (and soon, from what she told us, in paperback as well), and also the No Angels blog. Thanks for stopping by and seeing us in Austin!