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Author Topic: Free Illustrated Steampunk eBook  (Read 580 times)
Maxwell Grantly
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« on: September 15, 2015, 08:48:48 pm »

We all know that light travels incredibly quickly in a vacuum. When it passes through other media, such as water or glass, it slows down very slightly. So, just imagine what life would be like if light travelled substantially slower in glass! How would such a world look?

Professor Higgins discovered that, if you added a special crystalline compound to the manufacture of glass, you could create a new transparent substance that had the property of slowing light by a total of three hours. Just imagine looking through a window that was made of this new invention: it would be like looking three hours into the past!

A local street urchin named Gobbler accidentally stumbled into a lecture given by Professor Higgins and learnt the secret behind this new amazing substance. His life would never be the same from that moment on. Find out how Gobbler’s life changed for the worse when he found himself being framed for a theft that he did not commit and discover whether he managed to clear his name.

Maxwell Grantly reveals all in his new eBook: “Gobbler and the Mirror.”

As is common with many stories by Maxwell, everything is not what it might at first seem to be!

“Gobbler and the Mirror” is free to download from iTunes.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/id1039687468
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« Reply #1 on: October 20, 2015, 08:59:26 am »

Hmmm... while I appreciate the offer of a free copy of your book, the rather intrusive nature of Apple's iTunes program is pretty annoying.

Is it possible to see your book in the form of a .pdf, say?



And as an aside, I'm impressed by your apparent prolificity as a writer, it's intimidating to see so many books your goodreads profile.
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