Where have you been? This is an exciting time, and you’ve got to keep up! Today’s Saturday, 2/8, and my new book Ashes to Ashes,Oranges to Oranges has been out since Tuesday, 2/4 (at least for Kindle or Nook via Amazon or Smashwords), and you STILL haven’t read it?!? Are you kidding?
In real life, I know it’s my fault for not sharing the links until now. The internet is a big place, and you’re not going to find my book just by following any old link. So let me apologize for not inviting you to the party right as it was starting, and share these precious links with you now…
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00I8TW4XG This is the Amazon link. If you follow it, you can read the very nice (and on-base, can’t argue with any of it) review that my own dear sweet mother wrote. And buy my book for your kindle.
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/405005 This is the Smashwords link. Here you will (as of today) find no reviews of my excellent book, but you will be able to buy said book and download it if you have a Nook or other device that reads the .epub format.
In the coming weeks, I’ll be making Ashes to Ashes, Oranges to Oranges available at Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and the Apple store (maybe one or two others), and formatting the print version, which will also be available on Amazon.
I’ll leave you with a couple of super-great commercials courtesy of my dear friends at Flickerlamp Publishing. And speaking of Flickerlamp Publishing, I should also direct you to their fancy new website at flickerlamp.net, and also their new YouTube channel from whence the following videos are derived.
Can books that make you think RUPTURE YOUR BRAIN? Features a testimonial by world-reknowned brain specialist Dr. Donald Anderson.
The King of Antarctica speaks is a commentary by the title character from my story The King of Antarctica, which happens to be one of my favorites of the 12 stories in Ashes to Ashes, Oranges to Oranges.
Watch the commercials, read the review(s, someday soon), and buy Ashes to Ashes, Oranges to Oranges for your computation station or handheld device. If you don’t love it, I’ll make you a sandwich. And drive to your house. And then I’ll eat the sandwich right in front of you. And then we can have a long conversation about why you didn’t love my book. But I have every confidence that you will love it. I’m excited, and it’s my first book, so that’s why it’s taken me four days to update here. I’ll keep you all in the loop better in the future. My word is my bond and etc., etc., etc.