Buzz Books 2013

Free eBook Sampler Buzz Books 2013 is the BEA Discovery Solution

Buzz Books 2013 Fall/Winter is our amazing eBook collection of 40 exclusive (and substantial) pre-publication excerpts you can start reading right now, for free in the Kindle, Nook, iPad, Kobo, and Sony formats.

With new fiction from Elizabeth Gilbert, James Franco, Sue Grafton, Wally Lamb, Chang-rae Lee, Jonathan Lethem, Amy Tan, and a sampling of great new writers from Hannah Kent (Burial Rites) and Graeme Simsion (The Rosie Project) to Valerie Plame (Blowback), this volume timed for the 2013 Book Expo America, is even richer than last year’s.

And that’s saying something. For the 2012 BEA we gave readers their first look at major works from established authors including Junot Diaz (This Is How You Lose Her) and Barbara Kingsolver (Flight Behavior) and important new voices such as Kevin Powers (The Yellow Birds). We are proud to have featured a dozen titles ultimately named "Best Books of 2012."

For BEA 2013, enjoy nonfiction newsmakers such as bestselling author of World Without Us Alan Weisman's Countdown; New Yorker writer Dana Goodyear, Johnny Carson's longtime confidant Henry Bushkin, and more.

And for younger readers we feature Tamora Pierce, Walter Dean Myers, Brandon Sanderson, James Swanson, and others.

The packed BUZZ BOOKS 2013 FALL/WINTER gives passionate readers the same chance to check out dozens of great books in advance of their publication that industry insiders enjoy. It's 40 fantastic "singles" all in one volume—and it's free!

Get it now:

Amazon Kindle Store
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Also available via Kobo, Sony, and others served by the Ingram distribution network. You might try searching your favorite ebook retailer for the title "BUZZ BOOKS 2013" or the ISBN 9780985491086.

Readers outside of the US can enjoy a special selection of 11 excerpts from the major stores listed above as well as Gardners, Sainsbury's/Anobii, GoSpoken and Txtr. Just search for BUZZ BOOKS 2013 or the ISBN 9780989321303 in your non-US store.

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