Important Alert!

Effective May 1, Just Free and Bargain Books will implement a newsletter format that highlights eleven books three times a week and delivers them to your Inbox.

The legacy site (the original site which you have faithfully followed — some of you for six months or more) will cease to be updated on a daily basis except for the addition of new titles by authors in their respective genre.

So, the vast collection of titles (more than 1,200 ebooks) will remain there in perpetuity. This is good news for authors who have listed with our site. Subscribers will be directed to peruse the site at the end of each newsletter

New authors who submit their books will now also be featured in the newsletter, providing vastly superior and targeted exposure.

To sum up, then, the eleven new books I have been adding to the site each day will ONLY be available to subscribers — along with exciting new offers and news relevant to both readers and writers.

Instead of receiving an email each day with only one book. you will now be able to choose from 11, grouped by genre.

What a sweet deal, right?

However, you must be a subscriber to Just Free and Bargain Books in order to receive these newsletters. That means I need your express permission to send it to you.

Which means you’ll need to go to the landing page link provided below and enter your email again.

Sorry for the inconvenience, but the law requires that I get your permission to receive my posts (now newsletters.)

Anyway, please click on the link below and follow the prompts. I really have appreciated having you as a faithful follower. Now we will share a new and exciting relationship.

Thanks! Don Sloan

PS. I’ll still be reviewing books occasionally. So, if you signed on to read those, there will be links to all the new ones.

Here’s the link to subscribe:

About Don Sloan

I am a former journalist with a major daily newspaper and now am a full-time Indie book reviewer. I love to write, read, drink good wine, and take short naps in front of my fireplace here in the North Carolina mountains.
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