Tag Archives: Kindle

Novel Edits

Sorry for the quietness but I’m busy with Empire Avenue and novel edits… I’m kicking this novel out of my house by the end of the month no matter what. As well I’ve been playing around with a secret project (not writing or Empire Avenue related). And no I’m not telling you about it yet. […]

The Monastery at AnthologyBuilder

I’ve been talking a lot about my Kindle and Smashwords reprints but I also have many of my story reprints available as part of AnthologyBuilder. This is a cool site that lets you take story reprints of your choice and assemble them into a print on demand book! My latest story the Monastery just went […]

Amazon Reprints

This is the list of story reprints that I have on Amazon. A Ragman’s Vow Digital Rights From the Sea and Other Tales (The Monastery and The Tale of Lady Spite) His Island John’s List The End of the Road The Prophet

Writers of the Future XXVI

Just a reminder for new readers to this blog that Writers of the Future Anthology #26 is full of top-notch science fiction and fantasy stories, including my own ‘Digital Rights’. If you haven’t picked up a copy yet, here’s some handy dandy links for you. Note that you can purchase Kindle versions instead of print […]

The Hollow Earth and Other Stories

Steven Savile has put up a Kindle version of his stories ‘The Hollow Earth’, ‘A Madness of Ravens’, and ‘The Mechanisms of Grief’. Buy it on Amazon.

eBook Software

I’ve been reading eBooks for years now. Reading a recent post by Brad Torgersen on his blog where he discusses print books versus eBooks, got me thinking. While I agree with Brad on some points (i.e., that there will be print books for many years to come) I find eBook reading a lot more convenient […]

Story available on the Kindle

While I don’t have a dedicated ebook reading device like the Sony reader or the Kindle I have been reading eBooks and stories on my Ipod Touch for almost a year now. I have all the various bookstore apps on it including Stanza, eReader and Kindle. But what I hadn’t thought about, ever, and I […]