Boston, MA, October 13, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Author Matthew W. Grant announced today that, in celebration of National Coming Out Day 2012, the ebook version of his gay coming out novel, Zach's Secret, has been discounted effective immediately at select ebook retailers until October 22, 2012. During that time frame, the ebook will be reduced 25% from its regular retail price of $3.99, making it available for $2.99. For those without ereaders, the paperback version is part of Amazon's 4-for-3 promotion in which readers buy four eligible items and get the lowest-priced item free.
Matthew explained that Zach's Secret deals with many timely topics. "In addition to the character of a gay high school student coming to terms with his sexuality as he falls for the new jock on campus, the novel also explores themes of bullying, prejudice, finding first love, and the battle over the formation of a Gay-Straight Alliance at a small town high school."
Matthew's screenplay adaptation of the novel was a finalist in a contest sponsored by Script Magazine. The ebook version of Zach's Secret is available at a variety of online retailer websites including Amazon (Kindle), Barnes & Noble (Nook), Apple (iTunes, iBooks, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch), Sony (Sony Reader) and in multiple ereader formats at Smashwords, All Romance Ebooks, OmniLit, Kobo, and Diesel. The paperback version is also available at Amazon.
The price reduction on the ebook version is currently being offered at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iTunes iBookstore, All Romance, OmniLit, and Smashwords.
Direct links to the novel at each retailer are available on Matthew's author website at http://www.MatthewGrantOnline.com.
About The Author
Matthew W. Grant is the author of several screenplays and novels in various genres.
His novel, Secrets Of Slaters Falls, achieved semifinalist status in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award contest. Publishers Weekly declared Secrets Of Slaters Falls "Tragicomic deliciousness!" noting that the "Bawdy, snappy humor catches spark right away." PW also noted the novel's balance between "Class-conscious dirty realism and the prurience of nighttime soap operas."
For more information about Matthew or his other writing projects, visit his author website at www.MatthewGrantOnline.com.