All good things come to an end, don’t they? ~ N. E. White (Yes, I just quoted myself.) I am now closing out my promotional push for The End – Visions of Apocalypse (TEVA). This is the last you’ll have to read my harping about the “little anthology that could”. We may do another round when our … More Blog Tour End
Now, do you think the marketing gurus at Barns and Noble realized how close in the modern dictionary (i.e., Google) ‘nook’ was to ‘nookie’ (alternate spelling: nooky)? I’m sure that didn’t escape them. Because, as we all know, sex sells everything. Right? Well, not in my case. When I first heard the name for Barns … More Getting me some nookie
If you follow any of the blog posts about publishing today, you know that times are a-changin’. With the introduction of POD (print-on-demand) printing technology and eBooks (electronic versions of books in whatever format – .mobi, .pdf, kindle, etc.), the traditional printing paradigm in shifting…to the past. Serialized Fiction was something those crazy Victorian’s got into, and … More Serialized fiction
So, I’m reading this book. It’s a book I paid money for. Not a lot of money, but you know 8.99 on Amazon Kindle. It’s a good book. One that many, many people like. As a matter of fact, a book with such excellent and consistent reviews, I thought I would just love it. But … More Wanna borrow my e-book?
I completely forgot to tell the world. I am officially an e-Reader now. For the past year, I’ve been humming and hawing about which e-Reader (the Nook? Something from Sony? An iPad?) to buy when I realized I already had one. My cell phone. I have an iPhone and there’s a nifty, free Kindle app … More I’m an e-Reader!