I’m happy to announce my latest release, a short story called Great Gams, is now LIVE on the Amazon Kindle store!
And even MORE good news – starting today and going through the Ides of March (which is March 15, 2013, if you don’t know), it will be FREE for the downloading! After that, it goes back to its regular price of 99¢, so get yours while it’s FREE!
Click the image to get yours today!
Guess what? I’ve got another story out on Kindle!
The Kindle store released my latest short story, The Case of Lenny Tiggleman, and from today (March 5, 2013) until Saturday (March 9, 2013), you can have it for FREE!
The promotion will run from Tuesday, March 5, through Saturday, March 9, 2013. During this time the book is free, and thereafter will be 99¢!
Get your copy here while it’s hot!
Well, that didn’t take anything LIKE 24 to 72 hours!
KoboBooks.com had my books ready for sale last night on their site!
Here’s the links:
Now, I don’t know why that cover for AFCC is so UGLY, but be sure I’m letting Kobo know about it. I’ve even replaced it and it didn’t do any good. So for what it’s worth, there they are!
Thanks and please, spread the word!
My two collections of short stories, A Fine Cast of Characters and A Moonlit Stroll, are both now even CHEAPER and EASIER than ever!
Yes, like their author, my two collections of short stories for sale on Amazon’s Kindle store and soon, on KoboBooks.com, are now only $1.99! That’s a full dollar less than it was before!
Go and get yours today!
And, if you enjoy the stories, please be sure to leave a review on either Amazon, GoodReads, Shelfari, or anywhere else you can reach an audience!
…but if you don’t like ‘em and think they stink, please don’t leave me a bad review. It hurts my feelings and makes me cwy. (Just kidding.)
Thanks, and spread the word!
I’ve been using Scrivener for a while now, to outline my newest novel, to write something which is under wraps for a while with my buddy Bryce, and just to piddle. I imported some of my old stuff just to see what it could do. And better still, what it can’t do.
The list of cans outstretches the can’ts by a long way, but I’m completely sold on this software for a few reasons.