Cain Jones is a good photographer. He’s been on both sides of the camera for enough years to know all the tricks to make a shoot as painless as possible for both his models and himself. Pity he can’t use those tricks to stop one particular man who likes to follow him around too much. Even after an accident causes Cain to lose his left arm below the elbow the arrogant Abe Benner still wants to get closer to him, and isn’t letting go of his suit.
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So, I was going to do this update before my trip, but decided I’d rather wait a bit more to see what’s happening. Long story short? I’m not publishing directly through B&N.
Ghosts in the Basement has been entered into Smashword’s summer promotion! So, when you purchase it through their site you can enter the promo code SSW25 for a discount. This offer is only valid at Smashwords and will end July 31, 2013.
And there goes Amazon!
They’ve been pretty reliable with their twelve hour review time for first time publishing. Something like six hours for edits to be reviewed and approved. Not bad all things considered. Though I really do wish you had the option of editing as submission while its waiting to be reviewed. Nothing sucks worse than finding out you accidentally uploaded the wrong version and you can’t touch the thing for twelve hours to fix it.
Tired and overworked, all Neal wants to do is pass along the details of his latest job to a foreign spy so that he can get some well deserved rest before the next coup needs to be quelled. It’s a plan doomed to failure as the intense man he meets up with takes an odd interest in Neal himself.
Ugliest cover or what? Surprisingly hard to find stock to use for this one.
Spies set in a post apocalyptic world. There will definitely be more from this world as soon as my head stops pounding so much. Anyway, now released on Smashwords and All Romance eBooks! Amazon and B&N release to come after, like Neal, I’ve gotten some sleep.
And I’ve got Ghosts in the Basement up live on AllRomanceeBooks! I think that’s as far as I’m going to go for publishing my stories. Between Smashwords, Amazon and ARe.com, I’ve hit a pretty wide area. Giving just enough different selections for readers. Any more than this and I think my head’ll spin right off!
So, now that I have that all figured out. I guess it’s time to actually start spinning out stories of substance to publish.
That makes things so much easier. Next time I go about this whole business I’ll know to hit up Amazon first because it takes so damn long for books to go live there.
Well, that was a mistake. Ignorance strikes again.
Ghosts in the Basement went live on Amazon this morning after I published it through KDP sometime yesterday (yes, it took most of a day to get it approved). Problem being that between publishing it and it going live, I found out that it’s not really alright to use the ISBN that Smashwords provided, for free, anywhere else.
Rues Inque is your average mid-American town filled with friendly people and some some problems that are anything but average. When the town’s emergency contact list contains two psychics and a paranormal investigative group it’s a given that “normal” is the last word that can be used to describe this town.
Ted and Shad Rue are two brothers carrying on the family tradition of fixing other people’s paranormal problems. For a small fee, of course. So the call to help out a fraternity experiencing some spooky problems at a local college isn’t anything out of the ordinary for them. At least, not until Shad meets with a cute blond pledge who is strangely reluctant to talk about his ghostly encounter.
I’d like to introduce just a little tidbit about my upcoming short story. Hopefully, to be published soon. Well, as soon as I figure out all the right buttons to press that is! Now lets see if I’ve figured out the right buttons to press here….