One Day eBook Sale: Old Man’s War series + Redshirts, Lock In and Fuzzy Nation, $2.99 Each

Hey, if you live in the United States or Canada and like your books in electronic form, then for today only (February 11, 2017), a whole bunch of my ebooks are on sale for $2.99 each. Which books?

Old Man’s War
The Ghost Brigades
The Last Colony
Zoe’s Tale
The Human Division
The End of All Things
(So, really, the entire Old Man’s War series of novels. Plus:)
Fuzzy Nation
Redshirts
Lock In

Which is a very large number of my books you can get really cheaply, today.

Where can you get this price? Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Google Play, iBooks and Kobo. Basically, pick your favorite online retailer.

(Canada, I only checked Amazon for you. It’s also $2.99, Canadian.)

So, a fine day to add to your collection of Scalzi eBooks! Enjoy! And also hurry, this deal is only for today.

31 thoughts on “One Day eBook Sale: Old Man’s War series + Redshirts, Lock In and Fuzzy Nation, $2.99 Each

  1. Before you ask “Why not countries other than US/Canada?” the answer is the books are published by other companies in those countries, and they would have to make arrangements with Amazon, etc for deals.

  2. I checked the German version of Amazon and you can get the English language eBooks there for the same price (2.81€).

  3. Woohoo, glad I hung onto that gift-card from X-mas, entire back catalog for under 1 USD, perfect for when I leave the hard-copy at home

  4. I already have all of those! Two signed. Waiting for Collapsing Empire. The beat goes on. Not sure if I can make it at this point but will try to see you in Boulder, CO to get that signed.

  5. I don’t need to buy any more ebooks…
    I don’t need to buy any more ebooks…
    *sob*
    I don’t need to buy any more ebooks…
    I don’t need to buy any more ebooks…

    ARGGGGHHHH!

  6. Thanks. This gave me an opportunity not only to get the kindle to go along with the audible versions for Redshirts and OMW, but also the cheaper price for the consolidated audible version of Human Division, where I previously only had the 13 separate chapters as individual items (which was rather annoying to download and listen to on the go).

  7. Just bought them all, except for the first Old Man’s War, which I already had the Kindle version of. I probably have most in hardcover or paperback already, but if I can get the ebook version cheap, why not?

    I also bought the Louis L’Amour ebooks that Amazon also has on sale today, since I’ve found I like western movies and I’ve heard L’Amour is pretty good. Time to find out!

  8. Google Play seems to have all these books for $2.99 as well – I picked up Human Division and The End of All Things for later reading. Thanks for the alert!

  9. Clearly this is just Tor trying to clear out all of Scalzi’s unsold ebooks. They obviously printed up too many electrons (badly overestimating the market for SJW SF) and now they are just trying to hide their shame behind a ‘sale’. Sad!

    Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to get my fedora cleaned.

  10. Awsome! However, iBooks is charging 2.99 for *each episode* of The End of All Things and the same price for the full collection in one ebook.

  11. Oh well, us folks down in the sane part of the world will just have to make do with Ye Olde Printed Booke.

  12. I have them all and as I am an inveterate re-reader, my cost per read even paying full price is down in the pennies per hour range – an excellent value. May I also say again how much I enjoyed your reboot of H. Beam Piper”s work? Classy and fun.

    Looking forward to the next.

  13. Two friends confirmed that they enjoyed these books, so although I’ve only read one of your short stories (which I loved), I took the leap and bought the whole Old Man’s War series as well as Red Shirts…

  14. Got the Old Man’s War series, Fuzzy Nation (already have Wil Wheaton’s fabulous reading of that) and tossed in Judge Sn Goes Golfing just because I adored him in Adroid’s Dream.
    I’m going to get absolutely nothing done the rest of the weekend

  15. Thanks for sharing – I would have completely missed it, and I’ve grown to like to have ebooks of my favorite books. The kindle travels so much easier.

  16. Goody, time to fill in the holes from the Humble Bundle set a while back. Complete-ism badge accomplished.

  17. I got all excited and then discovered I already have all of these in ebook form. My recompense will be picking up a ‘real book’ edition of ‘Collapsing Empire’ when you’re in Nashville next month.

  18. Something I’ve always wondered about these 2.99 (and sometimes less) sales. How does a sale like this impact your royalties? Are royalties based on a percentage of retail or wholesale or actual selling price or what? I know you probably make it up in volume, but do you have to agree to deals like this?

    Had a colleague in business once who said he wouldn’t mind losing money on every sale so long as he could make it up in volume.

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