My Full Book Library—50% Off

My Full Book Library—50% Off

I have a Patreon page where some of my fans choose to support me. If they contribute $5.00 a month, I send them every book I ever publish, the second it’s done. It’s pretty good, and usually ends up saving them some money.

There’s just one problem: I have already published many, many books, and my patrons don’t already have them. So if they want to catch up on what I’ve already done, they have to go and spend a lot of money on my back catalog.

I don’t like that. I mean, the books cost what they cost, but if someone has pledged their support to my artistic career, I want them to be able to catch up on what they’ve missed—without spending an arm and a leg. I mean, just look at this bibliography:

– Touch: Trilogy

– Non Zombie

– Non Zombie II

– Hit Girls

– The Ninjabread Man

– Midrealm (Realm Keepers Book One)

– Wyrmspire (Realm Keepers Book One)

– Unsaid

– Rebel Yell

– Nightblade


That’s a whole lot of books. I want it to be easier for readers to catch up on what I’ve already done, even as they’re waiting for new books to arrive in their inbox.

Enter the Garrett Robinson Full Book Library.

Garrett Robinson's Book Library

You can now buy my entire book library online, directly from me—for HALF PRICE. It’s all the books I listed above. The ebooks will be mailed to you directly. You can then load them up on your favorite ebook reading device and get cracking. (As of now, there’s about a million words to get through).

So there it is. If you sign up to become a patron, you’ll get every book I publish from here on out for only $5.00 a month. And if you choose to do that, you can pick up all of my previous books for 50% off. That’s a hell of a deal.

As for how:

Purchase Garrett Robinson's Full Book Library ($23.99)

(Obviously, if you click that button several months from now, there will be more books and the price will be higher. Just warning you.)

Garrett Robinson

Over 100,000 readers have read and loved Garrett's books, like the fantasy hits Nightblade and Midrealm. He's also a film festival favorite with movies like Unsaid, and a tech guru who posts lots of helpful how-tos for writers and filmmakers over at

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