I’m participating in Read an E-Book Week!
Time of Grace
A Knight’s Tale on Goodreads!
The Captain and Claire
Tag Archives: connecting the dots
It’s nearly the end of June, so I enrolled a few of my books in the annual Smashwords Summer/Winter sale! Although the “winter” part of the name refers to the Southern Hemisphere, it could also refer to summer in San … Continue reading
Tomorrow, March 5, brings the start of Read an Ebook Week on ebook platform Smashwords, which is where I started my own self-publishing journey in 2011. According to the site, “This [their catalog] is the hub of the action, where you … Continue reading
I wanted to wish everyone out there in the US a happy Fourth of July! The weather is always chilly and foggy here in San Francisco. At night in our neighborhood, the air is filled with the sound of homemade rockets … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again. Smashwords has its sitewide promotion, Read an Ebook Week, running through Saturday, March 12. It’s a great opportunity to pick up a multitude of ebooks at low cost using the in-store coupons SW provides. … Continue reading
Once again, Smashwords is holding their annual Read an Ebook Week promotion (March 1–7). I always find out about this at the very last moment and put a few of my books into the pile. This time, Time of Grace … Continue reading
Smashwords‘ Summer/Winter sale (July 1-31) has been underway for awhile now. I wanted to mention that three of my ebooks are enrolled in the promotion. Two (Time of Grace and Connecting the Dots) are discounted and one (Night Train to … Continue reading
Read an Ebook Week ended on Saturday night. Lots of copies of Time of Grace flew off the virtual shelves at Smashwords during the weeklong promo, and on the very last day three copies of Connecting the Dots sold at … Continue reading
I’m participating in Read an Ebook Week 2014 over at Smashwords. The skinny: in this annual event, running from March 2 through 8, thousands of ebooks are free or discounted. It’s kind of like the cyber equivalent of a library … Continue reading
It’s the first Sunday in Advent. I remember how interesting it was as a child to open one window of the advent calendar each night as we proceeded toward Christmas. I wasn’t religious at all, nor was my family, but … Continue reading