Monday, May 23, 2011

Free Book Alert: Steven George & The Dragon by Nathan Everett

Exclusively for Armchair BEA participants only we have a wonderful offer from one of our fantastic Sponsors and co-owner of Long Tale Press, Nathan Everett!

Steven George & The Dragon by Nathan Everett
About the book: Once upon a time, there was a dragonslayer named Steven George. When Steven is sent by his village to slay the fearsome beast, he realizes that he doesn’t know what a dragon looks like, where it lives, or how to slay it. But Steven’s village has fostered the talent of telling tales. Steven trades once-upon-a-times with the people he meets along the way and each remarkable story leads him a step closer to understanding the true meaning of his quest. At last, thinking he has lost his way and nearing despair, he discovers that all roads lead to The Dragon!

Steven George & The Dragon by Nathan Everett, published by NWE Signatures, 2011. Appropriate for ages 13 and up. (Think Grimm’s Fairy Tales when determining if the young adult is mature enough!)

Take a sneak peek at the book by reading an Excerpt Here!

Details: A free ePUB eBook of Steven George & The Dragon by Nathan Everett is available to every #ArmchairBEA participant who requests it. Every. Single. One. The ePUB is non-DRM locked, so it can be read on any conforming eBook reader including Nook, Sony, Adobe Digital Editions, and iPADs with an ePUB reader.

How to claim your prize:

  • Entrants must send an email to the author, Nathan at
  • The Subject Line should read: #ArmchairBEA Giveaway
  • The request will be fulfilled by return email with the ebook attached.
  • Giveaway begins at 12:00 a.m. PDT Monday 5/23 and ends at 11:59 p.m. PDT Friday 5/27.

Thank you so much to Nathan Everett for this wonderful opportunity!


  1. Very nice surprise. Thanks to Nathan Everett...just sent my E-mail.


  2. Thank you Nathan Everett for your generosity =)

  3. How generous! I just an email. Thank you!

  4. Just sent an email, thanks Nathan, very generous :)

  5. Thanks, Nathan!

    I have my copy, and I look forward to interviewing you.