As I mentioned the other day, Women of Power is almost done, so I’m just about ready to post some chapter excerpts. Rather than posting part of chapter two, I ‘m just going to give you the link to the original Women of Power Issue 2, which was the basis for chapter two of Women of Power, the novella. It’s gone under more revision that chapter one did, but you get the idea. Check it out at Feedbooks.com by following the link:
Women of Power is almost done, so I’m just about ready to post some chapter excerpts. Rather than posting part of chapter one though, I ‘m just going to give you the link to the original Women of Power Issue 1, which with very minor change, has become chapter one of Women of Power, the novella. Check it out at Feedbooks.com by following the link:
A special preview of Tesla’s Stepdaughters is now available for download at Feedbooks.com. As with Princess of Amathar, you can download a good-sized sample of Tesla’s Stepdaughters from any of the ebook stores where you find it. Feedbooks was such a great help in getting my name recognized when I was starting out a couple of years ago, that I wanted a presence there, even though they are not carrying the book. If you want to check it out, follow the link below.
Work is going well on Women of Power. I’m doing a revision pass on the part that is already written, before I continue it. I have to say, it’s pretty tight. This is a fun story and I’m having a lot of fun with it. If you would like to check it out, you can download Women of Power issues 1 and 2, which are essentially the first two chapters of the novel at Feedbooks.com.
There is a new preview of Princess of Amathar at Feedbooks.com. You can find it here. The thing is that you can get a free preview of this book at any ebookstore that carries it. But Feedbooks was such a great help in getting my name established as an author and I wanted to get all of my books out on this site. Unfortunately, Feedbooks, which became a bookseller in a addition to a free distributor not long ago, doesn’t let indies (who charge) publish through them. I’m hoping that one of the distribution deals that Smashwords has in the works is with this site. In the meantime, you can expect to see special previews of more of my works at Feedbooks.
There has been a huge increase in downloads of His Robot Girlfriend in the past month– although it has been downloaded at more than 5,000 times per month for some time. Although available at Manybooks, Smashwords, and Feedbooks, it seems that readers are discovering it now at Kobo, Diesel, iBooks, and B&N.
I’ll be honest. I was happy enough with it when it was first done, but now I think I’ve improved quite a bit in my story telling and writing and I’m a little embarrassed that it’s not better than it is. Oh well, many people seem to like it– there are more 5 star reviews than 1 star reviews.
Elise had no idea when she came home that day that she’d end up mated to a complete stranger. A new Alpha and the need for an alliance between packs have made her a pawn. WINNER OF THE FPSSA – BEST ROMANCE and the SKOW – BEST VILLIAN
Feedbooks is awesome! It’s actually three sites in one. There is a store, which you don’t want to use if you are a Kindle user– wrong format. They use epub. But the other two parts are great and you can use them on the Kindle. One is a public domain section, where you will find hundreds and hundreds of classics, absolutely free. The other is the original books section, where you will find indy authors like myself, and tons of fan fiction. Don’t be afraid to try it out. You can search by what’s popular and find some real gems.
If you are like me, a Sony EReader fan who moved over to iPad, you may have had a problem reading your old books on your new device. Enter Bluefire Reader. It reads Adobe DRM, so you can read books bought at Sony, Kobo, Borders, and a lot of other ebook sources (but not Amazon or B&N). You can also use it to read ebooks from the library and it has built in support from Feedbooks (where you can download my free books) and other online ebookstores. Best of all– it’s free. Ket it and ad one more blade to the techie Swiss army knife that is the iPad.
Pride And Prejudice, the story of Mrs. Bennet’s attempts to marry off her five daughters is one of the best-loved and most enduring classics in English literature. Excitement fizzes through the Bennet household at Longbourn in Hertfordshire when young, eligible Mr. Charles Bingley rents the fine house nearby. He may have sisters, but he also has male friends, and one of these—the haughty, and even wealthier, Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy—irks the vivacious Elizabeth Bennet, the second of the Bennet girls. She annoys him. Which is how we know they must one day marry. The romantic clash between the opinionated Elizabeth and Darcy is a splendid rendition of civilized sparring. As the characters dance a delicate quadrille of flirtation and intrigue, Jane Austen’s radiantly caustic wit and keen observation sparkle. Alas, no zombies in this version though.