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Caffeine Nights Launches New Online Bookstore With Free Bundled Ebooks

Posted at 8:36AM Tuesday 15 Apr 2014

Caffeine Nights Publishing has launched a dedicated online bookstore Caffeine Nights Books. The bookstore sells paperback, eBooks (ePub and Kindle/mobi files) and audio. All paperback purchases will come automatically bundled with free eBook versions.

Caffeine Nights is also introducing free downloadable chapters in PDF, ePub and mobi, book trailers and video and audio interviews with the authors.

"The purpose of the site is to make everything as easy for the reader as possible in helping them make decisions to buy a book. We are bundling our digital content free with all paperback purchases as it doesn't make sense to ask a reader to pay twice for the same content." Caffeine Nights founder, Darren Laws said.

Launching an online bookstore is nothing new but Caffeine Nights is making the reader the core focus of the website.

"Our books and eBooks will be very keenly priced and we will be running regular offers using discount codes and special promotions on titles. An example of this is our opening offer giving 50% off the price of all eBooks until Thursday 17th April. The offer is limited to the first 100 respondents but we think it shows great value. We intend using social media for flash sales giving readers' short time-frames to grab some amazing bargains." Darren said.

The 50% discount on eBooks can be obtained by using the code: caffeinenightsbookslaunch at the checkout and is valid until Thursday 17th April.

Caffeine Nights Books launched on Monday 14th April.

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