Discounted E-Books!

Did you break down and buy a Nook? Finally receive a Kindle for Christmas? Or just hoping to get an e-reader version of The Black Prism, even though you already own a hardcopy?

Good news! Orbit is offering a New Year’s E-Book Deal on The Black Prism. That’s right, The Black Prism is now available for just $2.99 on e-readers in the U.S. from now until January 31, 2012.

If you’re in the U.K., we haven’t left you out! The Black Prism is available for just £1.99, though that offer is only good until 6 January, so you’ll want to buy your book sooner rather than later.

For U.S. readers, you can download your copy of The Black Prism for the Kindle, the Nook, Kobo, Sony E-Reader and Google Books. Or go here for a complete list of all e-book retailers that are offering the deal. (All these retailers should include the discount now or very soon.)

For U.K. readers, check out Amazon UK; the other retailers should have the same price soon, if they don’t already (Waterstone’s, WH Smith, etc.).


4 thoughts on “Discounted E-Books!

  1. Courtney says:

    This is pretty awesome, as I gave my copy of Black Prism to a young customer of mine after I found out he enjoyed the Night Angel Trilogy so much (also at my recommendation). I don’t know when, if ever, I’m going to get it back, but I have a kindle anyway, and I’m in the processes of moving my library over to a digital format. Super big thanks, Brent & Orbit!

  2. Sean says:

    Gah, I just saw this now. I bought a copy for my Nook on the 26th. If I’d only waited just a few more days.

    Ah well, can’t say I’m surprised by my luck. Really liking the book so far in any case.

  3. Fordified says:

    Awesome! I wasn’t sure whether or not to buy the book just yet as I hate waiting on books in a series to be written and prefer to just read them all at once but at this price, I’ll bite!

    You win, Brent. You win.

  4. Matt says:

    No love for Aussies though? 🙁 Sigh!

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