A blog from Tonto Books, featuring musings from the publishing world and some occasional special guest appearances.

Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Free books for Christmas!

It's freezing cold, pitch black whenever you're not at work, the roads are gridlocked, and you can't go into a supermarket without your ears being assaulted by Sir Cliff Richard. That can only mean one thing - it's Christmas! And once again, Tonto is getting festive by offering lots of free stuff!

First up, get a FREE copy of More Tonto Short Stories when you buy ANY Tonto book direct from us this Christmas! MTSS is our latest acclaimed paperback anthology, featuring sixteen writers including Ros Wyllie, Stephen Shieber and Katie-Ellen Hazeldine. The offer runs until 31 December 2007, while stocks last, one free book per order. Ideal for getting your stocking fillers!

If you aren't one of the 1,200 readers who downloaded it last year, there's also another chance to get our anthology of Christmas short stories by some of our favourite new writers, including Pete Tanton (author of Johnny Lonely), Stephen Shieber, Ros Wyllie and Jolene Hui (all More Tonto Short Stories contributors), absolutely FREE! It is presented in a newly-formatted easy-to-read and printer-friendly electronic version, and you can download it from our homepage.

We're also offering free Burglar's Dog and Johnny Lonely badges this Christmas. The brand new revised and updated edition of The Burglar's Dog is out now, and if you buy a copy direct from our website OR from amazon.co.uk using our trackable link, we'll send you a brand new set of four pin badges absolutely FREE, thoughout December 2007, while stocks last. Johnny Lonely is Pete Tanton's prize-winning novel. If you buy a copy direct from our website in December we'll send you an exclusive Johnny Lonely pin badge absolutely FREE, while stocks last. Don't forget, if you order direct from our website you'll ALSO get a free copy of More Tonto Short Stories!

All of these offers can be found at www.tontopress.com.


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