Krissie just sent me this:
“Glorious Krissie (aka Anne Stuart) is coming out with a spicy new book, WILDFIRE, on Valentine’s Day, but until then Goodreads is offering a chance to get an early copy for free.”
I’m not sure what the details are–my eyes, they are still blurry–but hey, give it a shot.
Gorgeous cover, too: Continue reading
Sure Thing told us about this in the comments yesterday:
I had no idea they were doing this, but those are the best books I’ve ever written. Seven books for twelve bucks is a good price, too. Huh.
Oh, and the first structure post is up over at Writing/Romance.
There’s a new issue of an old Christmas novella called “Hot Toy” out now . . .
If you read the anthology Santa Baby, you’ve read this. It’s old, not new.
Nice cover, though.
I always feel iffy about promoting my books on here. Sort of like shoving them at people at a party and saying, “Give me money!” OTOH, it’s two bucks. So . . .
The Cinderella Deal
by Jennifer Crusie
$1.99 / $11.99 (83% Off)
Will free spirit Daisy Flattery enjoy a happily ever after with her modern-day Prince Charming? After agreeing to pose as history professor Linc Blaise’s fiancée, she sure hopes so. Will these opposites attract or will Daisy be left before midnight? With 1,350 Goodreads.com ratings, you’ll want to read this magical story—with or without help from your fairy godmother.
Available on: Kindle, Nook, Google Play, iBooks, and Kobo
Warning: It’s from the 90’s so it’s dated.
(And thank you to Kelly for reminding me!)
The amazing Anne Stuart has two books on sale this month. Faux druids for $1.99. How can you resist?
Anne Stuart has two phenomenal (or so she tells me) books on sale at Amazon for the entire month for $1.99 each. The first is NIGHTFALL, arguably her darkest, best book, and the second is PRINCE OF MAGIC, a historical complete with faux druids, fallen monks, ghosts and a feisty heroine.
Over on io9, there’s a post about Tor’s newest brainwave: Novellas as the future of publishing. You should read the whole Tor theory, but boiled down to TLDR: Readers don’t have much time and they want to be able to finish a story fast, so novellas will dominate the future of digital publishing.
I have some thoughts on this: Continue reading
About a thousand years ago, I put up a poll on e-books. It’s there to your right. Then I forgot about it. I just looked at it again and it’s a flawed poll (I didn’t put all the pricing choices on there because . . . I forget why), plus given the span of time, people have probably changed their opinions, but what I’ve noticed is that the most popular choice for a fair price now–$2.99 to $3.99–has changed from the most popular choice previously: $6.99 to $7.99. That’s not good, said the published writer. Continue reading
How about your Top 10 lists of helpful tips like… Top 10 most common things that get a manuscript rejected . . . 10 Rejection Reasons and what they *really* mean (decoding those rejection letters can be hard sometimes).
Top Ten Reasons an Editor Rejects Your Book: