Times are hard, competition is fierce, so I am delighted that I have finally persuaded my publisher to reduce the Kindle price of my two novels, Dead Ernest and The Birds, the Bees and Other Secrets.
At £2.50 each they're a bargain....aren't they? That's less than a pint of beer in our local pub, and guaranteed to last longer! And if you don't enjoy them I promise to buy you that pint next time you're in Wiltshire (okay. Orange juice, then, if you're driving).
Wednesday, 14 March 2012
A bargain for your Kindle!
Posted by Frances Garrood at 22:00
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I must say Kindle is always so alluring, everything is so cheap!ReplyDelete
I bookmarked this page and will be back in the morning.ReplyDelete
Your advert comes just at the right time, Frances :-) My mum gave me my Kindle early (my birthday is only next week) in order that I can try and test it and she could still send it back if anything was wrong with it (there isn't), so I am adding your two novels to the wish list I have created on my Amazon account.ReplyDelete
I have read both and thoroughly enjoyed them! (When's the next one, Frances?)ReplyDelete
The paperback of Dead Ernest is the next on my bedside book-pile. I loved The Birds, the Bees and Other Secrets so much.ReplyDelete
Like Joanne, I'm anxious to know when to expect the next one.
I haven't tried Kindle yet, although my husband loves his. I am too addicted to papery things.
Brilliant, Frances - will be downloading them! That's definitely more in keeping with other ebooks.ReplyDelete
Just having had a look at the first line of Dead Ernest I didn't need to go any further before taking the decision to download. What a cracking opening line!ReplyDelete
I do hope you enjoy them, Librarian. And your birthday, of course!
Joanne, should be fairly soon as an e- book. Will keep you posted.
I hope you enjoy it, Joanna.
GB that opening has a glaring misprint which managed to get past all the editors. I haven't checked to see whether they put it right in the Kindle edition. I'll have to download it and see! But I do hope you enjoy the book.
Nice to read the blog of a real writer/author Hope to have a book out on ebook in the near future. Is the technology as difficult as it looks?ReplyDelete
Hi, GOK! I'm afraid I can't answer your question as Macmillan published my books and did the e-books too, but I gather it's not too difficult. Good luck with it.ReplyDelete
Damn - I already downloaded and read The Birds, the Bees and Other Secrets - but I thoroughly enjoyed it so I don't feel cheated! Will check out the other now!ReplyDelete