Monthly Archives: September 2010
There actually is a US Kindle edition of LABYRINTH at last! Huge thanks to my editor, Anne Sowards, the e-book group at Penguin/Roc, my agent, for getting it done and to fan Jason Clary for getting me the link. *smooch* … Continue reading
Apparently I am assigned as a Canadian customer in the Kindle store so I cannot get the US links–I can’t even see them. I cannot change this unless I own a Kindle, since the encoding is done on the device. … Continue reading
The Kindle link for Labyrinth at Amazon appears to be stable now, though I can’t get an Associates link for it (thus no referral credit for me, but still…). I still don’t know what the status of other e-book formats … Continue reading
Still no target date for e-books or audio. I’m sorry: no one has told me anything either I SWEAR I will post when I know. I’m very frustrated by this, too.
Time once again (because I’m too busy writing a novel under deadline to be creative) for Ancient Webbery. This time the original Pigeon of Death essay that started off a whole weird chapter in the continuing saga of Richardson and … Continue reading
In an attempt to lighten my mood I have more Ancient Kat Litter for you. This was originally meant to make fun of the misuse of the intransitive verb “grow” to mean “enlarge”, so in honor of the spate of … Continue reading
I’m crushed today to hear of the death of David Thompson, who, with his wife McKenna Jordan, owned and operated Murder by The Book in Houston TX as well as being the publisher of Busted Flush Press–which was recently sold … Continue reading