A thought experiment What if Amazon killed Kindle Unlimited? I’m asking the question without any actual information that this is going to happen, so consider this a thought experiment, with a half-decent understanding of the indie marketplace sprinkled in. It’s not an alarm. Although…maybe it could be, because there are signs out there, if you…

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In what I expect will be a common practice for quite a few of my fellow writers in the coming years, last week I republished four novels after the publisher (who is closing shop) released the rights. In other words: welcome to the first day of the rest of my writing career! I am very excited.…

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An introduction to the Immortal Chronicles As of today, you can own a copy of Immortal at Sea for free from just about everywhere.  Here are the links: iTunes Nook Kobo Google Play Smashwords If you’re reading this, you probably already own a copy of Immortal at Sea but I’m betting you know a lot of people who…

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New ways to read Adam Hard-Boiled Immortal, the second book in The Immortal Chronicles, is now available on Nook and Kobo, and as a pre-order on iTunes with a release date of 12/16.  (No link to the iTunes, which is app-based.  It’s there, though!) Why book two first? Here’s the thing.  I wanted to start moving the Chronicles…

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The day has arrived Yes, you can now own a copy of Sapphire Blue! So go get it! Amazon  Barnes & Noble  Kobo  Direct from Publisher New reviews I wasn’t even up yet this morning and there were already three reviews on Amazon.  (Two on the print edition, one on the Kindle.  Amazon hasn’t matched up…

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Another e-reader Just a quick note to let everyone know if they didn’t already, Immortal is available for sale on the Kobo e-reader.  (Hellenic is not yet listed.)  Given the sales ranking there, I imagine quite a few of you have already discovered it… Immortal on Kobo

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This week we’re looking back at the first year in the life of the indie published book Immortal.  You should probably read it. I’m not proud Immortal was scheduled to debut on 10-1-10, and I’d love to say things went smoothly, and everything worked out okay, and I was cool about it all. But… There was Amazon.…

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Immortal on another reader I don’t know for certain what Kobo is.  Rumor has it it’s the reader one uses when purchasing ebooks from Borders, except Immortal doesn’t appear to be listed at Borders. It is, however, listed on the Kobo site.  So if you have one of these, you can now buy a copy.

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