Monday, July 21, 2008 Launches; Free Ebooks for a Week has officially launched. I just signed up a little while ago to check it out. It has some free stories, an art gallery, and a forum for discussing science fiction and fantasy. Also, all the e-books and wallpaper Tor gave away through email are available for free in several different formats through July 27. So if you missed a few of the books when they were giving away one a week, you can go back and get the rest.

Books available are:

Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson
Old Man’s War by John Scalzi
Spin by Robert Charles Wilson
Farthing by Jo Walton
The Outstretched Shadow by Mercedies Lackey & James Mallory
Crystal Rain by Tobias Buckell
Lord of the Isles by David Drake
Through Wolf's Eyes by Jane Lindskold
The Disunited States of America by Harry Turtledove
Reiffen's Choice by S.C. Butler
Sun of Suns by Karl Schroeder
Four and Twenty Blackbirds by Cherie Priest
Spirit Gate by Kate Elliot
Starfish by Peter Watts
Touch of Evil by C.T. Adams & Cathy Clamp
A Shadow in Summer by Daniel Abraham
Orphans of Chaos by John Wright
In the Garden of Iden by Kage Baker
In the Midnight Hour by Patti O'Shea
Battlestar Galactica by Jeffrey A. Carver
Flash by L.E. Modesitt, Jr.
Soul by Tobsha Learner
Darkness of the Light by Peter David
Three Shadows by Cyril Pedrosa

I haven't read most of those but a lot of them are on the to-read list, so I'd say it's a pretty good selection.


Janet said...

Spin is superb.

Kristen said...

That's on the "haven't read yet, would like to read someday" list.

Aidan Moher said...

Reading 'Spin' now and enjoying it. Certainly an interesting concept.

A Dribble of Ink

Kristen said...


I look forward to your review of Spin. Haven't actually heard much about the concept - just heard it's a good book.

ediFanoB said...

I got them all in advance because I signed the newsletter.

TO be honest I don't really like to read books on a screen.

I use them as advanced excerpts. In case I like I will buy the book.

Kristen said...

I don't like reading books on a screen either, but I might do the same and read at least part of the ebooks to see how they are.