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December 1, 2013 is Launch Day at Damnation Books. The following titles are due to release. Variable Pricing will be in effect till 11:59 PST on December First.

Wolves on the Border by Brian N. Young
Teamwork by D.W. Carver
Summer Reaping on the Fields of Nowhere by Matt Spencer
Amish Apocalypse by James Daughety
Merry AXmas by Brian Francis
Outside the Safe Zone by Katrina Rhodes
Death and Innocence by Dorothy Knight
The Harlot Goddess by N. Onym
The Final Transmission by Brian F.H. Clement
Wolf Man by John Reinhard Dizon
Ransom Drop (book 2 of the Sam Seabury Series) by Mike Sullivan
The Messiah of Darkness by Bill Taube
Oily by Forrest White

There will be 2 Meet the Authors Chat Sessions

When? 2PM EST & 7PM EST

Drop by and chat with the authors about their new titles.

Variable Pricing

Each release day, Damnation Books offers New Titles at Variable Prices.
At midnight on Release Day each title sells for twenty-five cents. As soon as a title sells the price goes up another twenty-five cents until it reaches Damnation’s retail price.

The early bird can buy 16 new titles for $4.00. This pricing system ends at 11:59 on launch day and applies to new titles only. The new titles list can be accessed at . A reader does not need to buy every title to enjoy the discount but the title they choose must be New.

For very erotic or horridly violent books, a reader will need to log into the site by making an account. This is really not a problem because they need to do this anyway to make a purchase.

I will be posting this information to the authors, readers and other social media as release day draws near. You are encouraged to post this information on your own social media, web sites or groups.

All titles are available in: epub (Nook compatible), pdf, mobi (Kindle compatible), lit (Microsoft Reader), and pdb (Palm) formats, consult your Users Guide for downloading instructions. The buy option on highly erotic or violent content will not be visible until you create or log into your account An account allows access to all titles and allows you to re-download your titles up to 5 times in the event of electronic disasters.