If you’re on Facebook, you can follow Garison Fitch there! I’ve tried adding one of those “like” buttons to this web site, but so far it hasn’t worked. But, if you go to Facebook and search for “Garison Fitch” you’ll find me. It’s a good place to read quotes from my novels, as well as… Read more »
Monthly Archives:: October 2012
“Psalm 88″ is now available on Nook! Except that it’s under a different name. No, my name is still the same. You’ll find my story of the minister who hates God and the young alcoholic woman who run together from their problems under the title, “Hating God – a love story“. Why the name change?… Read more »
I’m not a basketball fan, so I couldn’t bring myself to call it a “March Madness” sale. However, dropping the price this low seems counter-intuitive … unless it works!
Just read a blurb (it’s not big enough to be called an article) about a guy I have never heard of. You can read it for yourself at http://news.slashdot.org/story/11/03/09/0618234/Crime-Writer-Makes-a-Killing-With-99-Cent-E-Books It makes a compelling argument. Especially that clause about selling 3000 copies a day (when my highest-single-sales day was 21). Now, there’s no guarantee that, if… Read more »
All 8 of my novels are available on Kindle. The 5 time travel books (“First Time: The Legend of Garison Fitch – Book 1″, “Saving Time: The Legend of Garison Fitch – Book 2″, “Lost Time: The Legend of Garison Fitch – Book 3″, “All the Time in Our World” and “Some of the Time”)… Read more »
The Edward and Marianne stories–”All the Time in Our World” and “Some of the Time”–are available on Barnes & Noble’s Nook! If you have a Nook and have already read the Garison Fitch books (or even if you haven’t; it’s not like college where there are prerequisite classes), now’s the time to read the next… Read more »
I’m reading an excellent book called “Tony Hillerman’s Landscape”, written by Hillerman’s daughter Anne, with photographs by Anne’s husband Don Strel. If you’re a fan of Hillerman’s work (as I am) it’s an excellent book because Anne and her husband go to the places in her father’s books. She writes about the places, he photographs… Read more »