Rogers, AR (PRWEB) December 12, 2013
Northwest Arkansas’ 89 year-old storyteller, lecturer and creative writer, Stephen P. Byers, wants to spread his love of writing with others by offering a special holiday book discount on all of his eBooks for just $2.99 all month long.
Five of Byers’ novels fall into the family history genre, a very diverse subject, great for many ages and walks of life. Each book has a unique story line, for example, “Goad of Honor” is centered on a whiskey distillery during prohibition. This book would be perfect for all of the whiskey connoisseurs out there.
The sixth book, “Beginning Creative Writing; A Learning Experience,” is a unique compilation of creative writing seminars which Byers presented at libraries and schools. Perfect for those who love the idea of writing and imagining stories but just haven’t done it, this book simplifies the writing process.
“A lot of people prefer the convenience and portability of eBooks and books are some of the most popular gifts and stocking stuffers. A great product paired with an incredible price makes this opportunity impossible to pass up.” said Stephen P. Byers. “After all, a great book is a one size fits most, you no longer have to worry about if the gift is the right size or color.”
Those who are interested in learning more about Stephen P. Byers’ books can visit his website to read reviews and summaries for each one. To receive the eBook discount, once on the site, click on the title of the desired book and scroll down to “Buy Amazon Kindle Copy Now.” The discount is eligible for all eBooks until December 31st, 2013. Print copies are also available at with prices ranging from $11.95 to $16.95.
About Stephen P. Byers/Books by Byers:
Stephen P. Byers began writing fifteen years ago at the age of 74. Prior to being an established author of his six completed books, Byers began writing weekly 500-word articles for the Gravette News-Herald in Arkansas in 1999. He self-published two creative writing books which were recognized by a publishing company in Florida who published Byers’ articles in book format online. Byers then presented four-hour seminars free of charge at public libraries and school lectures. His love for writing brought the inception of Byers’ books which are now available on his website. For more information, please visit http://www.booksbybyers.us/.