Publishing

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So if you haven’t read it, and you don’t mind downloading it from Amazon, and you don’t have Kindle Unlimited…it might be worth a look. Not that Kindle Unlimited readers can’t download it too! They can. I just get paid if they read it through that program. Of course it would be horrible if they

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I hate doing this. I actually like dealing with Amazon…but I don’t like dealing only with Amazon. OTOH, I like it when actual people (not just the ones I make up in my head) can and do read my books and stories. What’s that mean? It means I pulled all of my ebooks, except Shiver

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Hi! First off? Some of you like to talk to me by hitting “reply” to my emailed posts. Which is very cool. I like it a bunch. However, if you’re using one of Microsoft’s email services, they don’t like my email server. Which means I can’t send a response via that method. This is an

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The privacy book is out to beta readers. It kept getting longer and longer…ended up at about 92K words. My second-longest book, with Shiver the longest, and the damn thing is nearly fifty percent longer than the novel that inspired it. I’m pleased with it, though. Lots of things I felt needed to be said,

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To all those who helped with reporting lower prices to Amazon–thank you! Shiver on the Sky is now free for Amazon US (more Amazon sites to follow?), and is currently #753 for free books on the site. Which is pretty good, especially considering that (as far as I know) nobody’s advertising or promoting it in

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It’s funny to remember that I thought it would just be a blog post about some of the computer-hackery stuff in Bleed on the Sky. Then I thought…well…maybe 12,000 words or so, definitely worth making it into a short ebook. Well, it’s over 30K words now, and I won’t be terribly surprised if it ends