Battle Creek, MI -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/12/2014 -- The new ebook subscription premium library at Scribd makes it easy for readers to try new authors. Tracy Falbe the author of 9 fantasy novels, a short story, and 3 nonfiction references had her titles added to the Scribd subscription library the first week of March. For $8.99 a month people gain unlimited ebook reading, which means trying an indie author requires no additional purchase.
“I know readers are careful with their budgets, but with the ebook subscription model their cost is set in stone and they can browse and read whatever they fancy without limits,” Falbe said.
“This means there’s no financial friction between choosing a well known author and trying a new one,” she added.
For example her newest release Werelord Thal: A Renaissance Werewolf Tale is a little different than the usual paranormal adventure. Set in 1561 Bohemia the story delves into the religious tensions of the era and the brutal witch hunting that terrorized society. The hero Thal is a werewolf on a quest to kill the men that tortured and executed his witch mother.
Another novel by Falbe available at Scribd is Rys Rising: Book I that begins the 8-part epic fantasy series set in the world of the rys. This dark and gritty saga that tells of the war between two magical races and their human servants has been called a “work of art” and a “must read for fantasy fans” in reader reviews at ebook retailers.
The Scribd subscription premium ebook library works on any web browser, iPhone, iPad, Android, or Kindle Fire.
Since 2007 Scribd had been a global document sharing destination. Monthly the site draws 80 million readers for the millions of user-uploaded documents. The subscription ebook library within Scribd launched in 2013 and offers more than 300,000 ebooks from over 900 publishers, including Harper Collins.
Readers considering this ebook reading subscription service can download a free ebook copy of Rys Rising: Book I from Falbe’s website to sample her writing, and then find all her novels at Scribd.