But this is not just any old e-book.
The novel has been given a bit of a makeover. It’s now the INTERACTIVE SOUNDTRACK edition.
It’s something I’ve been thinking of doing for a year now. A lot of my books contain musical references, so wouldn’t it be nice to hear the music as you read?
As The Budapest Breakfast Club is about a couple that bond over their mutual love of old swing tunes and every chapter title is the title of an old swing tune, there are now 70 links to those songs in the Interactive Soundtrack Edition.
This means you can listen to a sample of each tune on its Amazon mp3 download page to get a feel for it and even buy the tunes you like to compile your own soundtrack album. It should work perfectly whether you’re reading it on your phone, iPad or laptop (doesn’t work on my Kindle at the moment but might work on the Kindle Fire?): see a link, click on it, listen to the sample, download it if you like it, go back to the story.
It’s an interesting experiment, and I’m going to be adding some more interactive links to other titles of mine soon.
But for now, you can try this one out for FREE until midnight Friday (2 March) at:
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