Retailers like to run shoppers ragged to get a bargain this time of year, making them buy between certain hours, clip coupons, enter special codes. The holidays are hectic enough. ARe is about making things as easy as possible for the customer
Palm Harbor, FL (Vocus) December 15, 2009
During the busiest of shopping seasons, ARe and their partner publishers are making things easy and free. Shoppers can get select eBook titles from Harlequin, Liquid Silver Books, Tease Publishing, Pink Petal Books, Excessica Publishing, Eternal Press, The GA Hauser Collection, and eXstasy Books free of charge for a limited time thanks to ARe’s 12 Days of Christmas campaign.
One free title will be announced each day for the twelve days preceding the Christmas Holiday in a special mailing to all subscribers of ARe’s Wildfire eZine. In addition to the rotating eBooks offered for free, Harlequin is giving Wrapped and Ready, a holiday short story by Julie Kenner, away to readers all month long. The link can be found on any book detail page on the site. Readers put the free selection in their shopping cart, check out and the title will appear in their library instantly.
“Retailers like to run shoppers ragged to get a bargain this time of year, making them buy between certain hours, clip coupons, enter special codes. The holidays are hectic enough. ARe is about making things as easy as possible for the customer,” says Media and Public Relations Manager, Cat Johnson. “With all the things we do for others at this time of year, it’s really nice to get a little something for ourselves. And with our new gift giving feature, readers on a budget can take this opportunity to pass on the gift of an eBook to a friend—free.”
To Sign Up for the Wildfire Newsletter:
Go to allromanceebooks.com or omnilit.com and register as a customer. Newsletter sign-up options can be found on-line in the account profile.
About All Romance eBooks:
All Romance eBooks, LLC was founded in 2006, is privately held in partnership, and headquartered in Palm Harbor, Florida. The company owns All Romance, which specializes in the sale of romance eBooks and OmniLit, which sells both fiction and non-fiction eBooks.