Dell Zero by Carol Ervin – FREE today via @amazon

Download your FREE COPY of Dell Zero December 26-30, 2104

John L. Monk:

One of the reasons authors make their books free is to gain exposure and pick up readers who otherwise might not branch out past the Bestsellers rack. If you download Dell Zero and read it, I’m sure the author would appreciate an honest review. Reviews help attract readers after the book stops being free.

From my review at Perihelion (September 2014):

IF LITERARY THEMES ARE a sign of the times, dystopian fiction may be the canary in our coal mine. Stories celebrating social harmony and scientific advances are scarce as hen’s teeth, but the market explodes with cautionary tales that show our own society reflected in a futuristic dystopia. I don’t know if this signifies that most readers already feel we’re living in a bad (dys) place (topia). I do know it’s hard to find authentic characters in a compelling story no matter what the genre. In a field full of Brave New Knock-Offs, “Dell Zero” by Carol Ervin kicks all kinds of hindquarters.

Who is Dell Zero?

Even Dell has no idea. Raised by two herders, she’s grown up at the fringe of the system without being part of it.

“Officially, Dell doesn’t exist,” the calm, cool narrator informs us.


… One of the perks of being your own publisher is setting your own price and deciding when to announce sales and promotions. Ervin is offering readers a countdown deal via the ad link displayed on the righthand sidebar on this page … The price will return to the regular $2.99, which is still a great deal for a great story.  5stars—Carol Kean




About carolkean

novelist, reviewer, editor, book critic for Liberty Island and Perihelion Science Fiction; native prairie/guerilla gardener; champion of liberty, indie authors & underdogs; one of the top two reviewers in Editors &Preditors Poll 2015; Amazon Vine, NetGalley Top Reviewer
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1 Response to Dell Zero by Carol Ervin – FREE today via @amazon

  1. Carol Ervin says:

    Thanks for the reblog, Carol K!


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