Category Archives: e-book
Yesterday, I found a blog post in my feed titled “Only 40 Self-Published Authors are a Success, says Amazon.” I decry this headline (not the author, who’s clearly thinking about this a lot), because it focusses on a really narrow … Continue reading
I had my first signing for DOWNPOUR today at Seattle Mystery Bookshop and it went very well–I even had a little bit of a line! And my fabulous minion Thing One (Thea) let me know that the audio version is … Continue reading
Recently I received a note from a fan (whose name I’ve withheld to protect their privacy) commenting on my post “Not the Whole Enchilada” about why I have chosen to remain in the traditional publishing model with Penguin/Roc rather than … Continue reading
Now LABYRINTH is available for Nook, too! Huge thanks to my fan Aaron for spotting it.
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