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LAST CHANCE to get every Crossed Genres title for only $20!

January 31, 2012

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Today is the FINAL DAY of CGP’s special ebook bundle offer: Get all 9 current CGP titles for only $20! That’s more than 1/3 off the regular price! * 9 titles * Over 710,000 words * 2 novels and 114 short stories That’s over 1,900 words of fiction every day for a year, for less [...]

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Two days left to get every Crossed Genres title for only $20!

January 30, 2012

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Tomorrow (Tuesday, 1/31) is the final day of CGP’s special ebook bundle offer: Get all 9 current CGP titles for only $20! That’s more than 1/3 off the regular price! * 9 titles * Over 710,000 words * 2 novels and 114 short stories That’s over 1,900 words of fiction every day for a year, [...]

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Only ONE WEEK LEFT to get all Crossed Genres titles for $20!

January 24, 2012

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January 31 will be the last day to get ebooks of all of Crossed Genres’ current titles for just $20 – that’s over 1,900 words of fiction per day (for less than $0.06 per day) for a year! • 9 titles • Over 710,000 words • 2 novels and 114 short stories • All for [...]

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1/3 off CGP’s entire library! Special January ebook deal!

January 1, 2012

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In recognition of the release of Crossed Genres Quarterly 4 – the final publication of Crossed Genres Magazine! – and the final month that our first ever book publication, Crossed Genres Year One, will be available, we’ve decided to offer a special ebook bundle. For a limited time, you can get everything CGP has available [...]

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A review of Crossed Genres Year Two (25% off until Saturday!)

January 4, 2011

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Yesterday, The Portal posted a wonderful review of CG’s 2nd anthology, Crossed Genres Year Two. The reviewer seems particularly impressed with Sabrina Vourvoulias’ “Flying With the Dead” from our Characters of Color issue: I can’t begin to summarize in a way that does it justice, but it’s filled with the hope and bitterness and fear [...]

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Crossed Genres Year One – Half off through Saturday! ($2.50 PDF, $5 print!)

August 26, 2010

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As an addition to the First Come First Save sale, we’re offering our first anthology, Crossed Genres Year One, for 50% off! – Download a PDF for $2.50! – Buy a print copy for just $5! (Add the discount code SZ2TGV3F for the sale price.) You can also still buy 6 issues of Crossed Genres [...]

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Two Big Things

August 25, 2010

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Yesterday Crossed Genres had two big things to announce: 1) We’re very proud to begin the serialization of Kelly Jennings’ novel Broken Slate! The first chapter is up, and new chapters will be released biweekly until the entire novel is online, at which point we’ll offer complete versions. This intense and wonderful novel is free [...]

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The “First Come, First Save” sale!

August 24, 2010

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Crossed Genres is joining GUD Magazine‘s “First Come, First Save” sale! (CG co-editor Bart even named it!) The sale lasts until Saturday. And the earlier you get in on it, the more you save! Here’s the deal. There are two new bundles of CG issues for sale in the store: Issues 10-15 (Both PDF & [...]

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Give No Quarter: 25% off everything from Crossed Genres

July 19, 2010

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Due to some sudden and unexpected expenses (to the tune of $1,500), we’re having a sale! EVERY available issue and book from Crossed Genres is 25% off! Digital downloads: Add what you want to the CG cart, & at checkout use the code “GIVENOQUARTER“. Print copies: Select the Createspace editions, & add the code “2WLPMYW6” [...]

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Any 5 issues for $5

November 6, 2009

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As promised in an earlier blog post, we’re now offering any 5 issues of crossed genres (in .pdf or .prc format) for only $5! – 112,000 to 160,000 words of fiction (depending on which issues you pick) – Plus, all the articles, interviews, reviews and artwork – 37% off the cost of buying them separately [...]

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