For the Kvothe fans / by Josh Guess

Hey there, fans of the Kvothe page! I'm Josh Guess, the guy who created it. Some of you know this already, some of you may not. This post is just for you guys.

This is the second one of these posts here on my author blog that I've written because of you. This one serves two purposes: the first is to give a little back, since all of you have been so supportive of the Kvothe page. I made it to help out Worldbuilders, and if the most recent auction is any indication, it's doing the job.

So, in that spirit, I'm going to give you all something for free: the first collection of my (almost) daily blog set in the zombie apocalypse. Living With the Dead: With Spring Comes The Fall is the first six months of the blog collected into an eBook. Yes, the blog is free to read online, but a lot of people like having the collections handy to peruse at their leisure. Some of them like helping to support an indie writer. Some like both.

So, I'm going to give away this eBook to you. If you've got a Kindle or a Kindle app on your phone, tablet, or computer, and you like free stuff, then all you have to do is send an email to and request a copy. Put "Free eBook" in the subject line, and I will gift you a copy from my private email address.

There's no catch, no strings attached. Just free stuff.

However, I will be letting your requests build up for a bit before I send out the gift emails. I'm going to send all of them out in one big bunch, because honestly it will help my sales rankings (and hopefully other sales as a result) to have several of you accept your gift copies in a short period of time.

I will be accepting email requests for the next week. Next Sunday, the 22nd, I will send out your gift copies. I hope that many of you download them that day. You will get free stuff, which you all deserve, and hopefully I'll get a sales bump. Since I give 10% of my royalties to Worldbuilders, that serves my goal of helping out Patrick Rothfuss's charitable works as well.

Thanks, all of you, for just being awesome. You make pretending to be Kvothe a satisfying and fun experience, and your willingness to help others blows me away.