Posts Tagged: Nook Color

Excerpt from the Next Garison Fitch Novel

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“Why did you walk,” Heather asked, “When we have perfectly good transportation?” Garison, turning his back this way and that in the universal motions of “getting the kinks out” told her, “Because I started the day stiff as a board and thought a bit of a walk would do me good.” “I’m going to take… Read more »

Venturing Out

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I am looking into possible venues for advertising my novels. Also looking into advertising schemes, etc. If any of you have suggestions, I would certainly like to hear them. I’m especially looking for web sites that are geared towards readers of Kindle and Nook ebooks. Real suggestions. I get about 200 fake suggestions a day… Read more »

Bat’s New Look

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Here’s the cover for the new Bat Garrett novel, “Up to Bat” … Out any day now is the story of how Bat was hired to prevent a man from dying, only to have him die later that night. Was he murdered by a spurned lover, an old enemy from his days as a spy… Read more »

New Covers on Nook

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The new covers have been submitted to Nook and should be “live” in a couple days! There’s another new development that I think is exciting, but I need your help for confirmation. Previously on Kindle, if you bought one of my books the file you read on your Kindle didn’t have a cover picture. Select… Read more »

Edward & Marianne Get New Covers!

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Take a look at the new covers for the “Edward & Marianne” books … And yes, you’re reading that right: the third book in the Edward & Marianne saga is almost here!! And it’s like no other book I’ve ever written. OK, I better explain that … but I can’t without giving away the whole… Read more »

Fire Up Your Kindle Fire

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There under the tree was a Kindle Fire with your name on it. (Assuming we’re talking about a Christmas tree and not that you just happened to find a Kindle Fire underneath a random tree at the city park, though that would be pretty cool, too.) Now, you need content. You’ve already put “Peaved Birds”… Read more »