A couple of weeks back I posted about Nick Mamatas' (nihilistic_kid) Under My Roof and, ultimately, his first novel, Move Under Ground. Well, turns out that Mamatas has released it under the Creative Commons act online, "I decided to release it under a Creative Commons license for a number of reasons. The first is simply that I wish my novel to be more widely read. The second is that I am currently a student at Western Connecticut University's MFA program in Professional Writing, and this site is a project for its class on publishing technologies. The third is a bit more mercenary: if you like this book, perhaps you'd like to buy either the hardcover or the trade paperback. You may also wish to check out my most recent book, a novel for young people called Under My Roof, which is about neighborhood-level nuclear proliferation."
Which means, of course, that the book is now free. Which is cool, because it's a Lovecraft meets Jack Kerouac beat novel about the end of the world, and I dug it.