To celebrate the end of spring and the arrival of summer, this week ending Sunday, June 28th, I’m having a blow-out sale, with all my books available for 99 cents each. What a deal! And with their elegant new covers, they’re going like hot-cakes would if you slapped elegant new covers on them and markedContinue reading “99-Cent Spring/Summer Blow-out”
Because of overlapping promotions, TODAY ONLY you can get all three Jack Trexlor novels for the incredible price of $1.98. That’s right, The Crazy Jack is currently on its last day free, The Desert King is on its last day at 99 cents, and The Dancing Queen is on its first day of a KindleContinue reading “Today Only: Get All Three Trexlor Books For $1.98”
For practical reasons, I want/need to use public domain images in my cover art. I’m not against using paid stock photos per se, but doing do makes the usage very messy in projects with Creative Commons licenses, and I like releasing books under Creative Commons licenses. I could also use images licensed under Creative CommonsContinue reading “Cover Crisis”
As I wrote before, I’m cultivating a new, radical simplicity for my writing (and my life, but that’s another matter). With that, I’ve decided to focus for the time being on e-books. I’m about to reveal new, streamlined e-book editions of my existing books, as well as all-new books. One great thing about e-books isContinue reading “My Print Books Going Out Of Print”
The Desert King and Winter Kills have been available at the special price of 99 cents since the release of their Kindle editions. The super-special is ending soon, though, so get your copies today!
The Desert King, my novel of dark adventure in the bright Arizona desert, is now available in a fine Kindle edition. And for now, it joins the ranks of the other books clamoring for attention at 99 cents—a fantastic bargain! And for those who want their books in paper editions, print edition of The DesertContinue reading “The Desert King Now On Kindle”
Winter Kills, my novella revealing the circumstances that drove Victor Storm to embrace vigilante justice, is now available in a fine Kindle edition. At just 99 cents it’s a great bargain. For those of you who love paper, the print edition of Winter Kills is now available through Amazon for a mere $7.99. At theseContinue reading “Winter Kills Now On Kindle”
Recently I saw a weblog post by Dean Wesley Smith where he pitched the idea of selling e-books in the form of gift cards. He envisioned this as a way to get e-books into physical bookstores, and even suggested it might be a way for independent bookstores to survive and thrive in the e-book revolution.Continue reading “E-Books On Cards”
There are many authors finding success with e-books and self-publishing, but some names get mentioned more than others. A new article provides interesting profiles of Joe Konrath, Amanda Hocking, Barry Eisler, and John Locke, who it calls the A-List Authors of E-Book Self-Publishing.
I gave a speech tonight at my Toastmasters club about the revolution in reading. One thing that I’ve realized lately is how much the physicality of real books has kept me from buying and reading more. Even though it’s in keeping with the minimalism tenet that the things you own end up owning you, andContinue reading “Physical Books Weigh Down Reading”