Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Hey, Why Not?

Evenin' ladies and gents,

I was at work today and I got to thinking. Sometimes I do this. Sometimes it's even about constructive things. Today is just one such example. Recently I've been scrutinizing this whole ebook price thing.  Today I realized that the price was inconsequential as far as I was concerned.

I write because I love to do it.  Why else do it?  I doubt I'll ever get famous doing this, and that's okay.  I like to do it.  So why am I going crazy worrying about pricing?

So guess what?


I hope people read these stories and like them.  That is the most important thing to me.  For the foreseeable future, I am going to keep the books at 99¢.  Why not?

So read up, and I will keep writing.  I've got lots of work to do…

--Your Happy Author (who is watching the snow fall fall fall)

PS.  If you purchased a previous book at full price--$2.99 or $3.99--and you feel particularly miffed that you've parted ways with those 2 or 3 bucks unnecessarily, email me (there's a Contact Me link on the right sidebar).  When my next book comes out, I got an ebook with your name on it, on the house...


PPS. At the time of writing this, a lot of the prices haven't changed yet (B&N has the updated prices, but Amazon and iTunes etc are a bit slow. Be patient, dear reader!)


Monday, February 10, 2014


All right, in a fit of inexplicable generosity, I have lowered the price of the new novel, THE ZEROS AND THE MAN WHO COULD NOT DIE, to a barely noticeable $2.99.  Did you buy it yet?

No?  NO?!?

Well, perhaps you should partake of the ebook now!  Coffee at Starbucks costs more than $2.99!

Enjoy the book, and enjoy some of this choice grammar!

Thursday, January 9, 2014

A New Version of an Old Story

Good Evening Dear Readers,

Remember this?

Well, after much familial badgering, Two Zeros and The Library of Doom! is on its way into print.  It won't be long before the lil novella will be available as a paperback very soon.

When compared to the big 6x9, 370 page The Zeros and The Man Who Could Not Die, the novella's slight 170 pages is delightfully pocket-sized.  A perfect introduction to Gil & Company…

Keep your eyes on the skyline, more news is sure to come soon enough.

Until then, keep reading.  And don't forget to spread the word.

Your Grateful Author,

Monday, January 6, 2014

iTunes, iTunes, iTunes (and Barnes & Noble, too!)

Good Winter Evening Dear Readers,

The wind is howling outsider, and though I no longer have to worry about the fierce midwestern winters, it's pretty cold here.  A perfect opportunity to snuggle up in front of your post-holiday yule log with your favorite Apple product and read the new book, now available in the iTunes Store!

Drink a mai tai, put on a stocking cap, shoot your cat with a squirt gun!  Really, just go wild.  And after that's done, order a paperback from Amazon or–more recently–Barnes & Noble so you can proudly show your Zeros Pride.

If you like what you're reading… tell a friend, give some feedback, spread the word!

And as always, thanks for reading…

Your Chilled Author,

Friday, January 3, 2014

Now In Print...

Good Morning Dear Readers,

Home thanks to a winter snowstorm and I thought I'd give a brief news update.  Biggish news here, as The Zeros and The Man Who Could Not Die is now available in print.  A mere $13.99 for 370 pages of zany madness!

Coming soon: a print copy of Two Zeros and The Library of Doom! (thank to familial pressures).  A mere $8.99 for a slimmer 170 pages of mad zaniness!

Stay tuned (and stay warm)!

--Your Loyal Author