November 27, 2010

Suspicions is now available!

I'm excited to announce that I've just released Suspicions in eBook format. Here's what it's about: 

When a neighbor boy is kidnapped for ransom, Stacey Hunter is stunned to discover that circumstantial evidence points to her husband. Not able to believe he could be involved in such a horrifying crime, she sets out to discover who is really behind the kidnapping.

Complicating Stacey’s efforts is the odd behavior of her supervisor, Patricia Summers, who has taken a keen interest in Stacey’s husband. Though uncertain of her husband’s faithfulness, Stacey presses on with her investigation to flush out the kidnapper and is faced with losing everything she loves, as well as her own life.

You can download a sample from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords. If you like it, you can purchase it from any of those sites for $3.99.

I'm so glad that I have control over the price of my books. When it comes to eBooks, I can't see any reason for a book to cost over $9.99, and I love it when it's under $5.00!

November 1, 2010

My book is available in eBook format!

It took me less time than I thought it would to format my No Way Out manuscript for eBook format. It's now available on in formats for all eReaders. I even created the cover, which was a lot of fun.
Click here to go to the Smashwords site:

I believe eBooks are the future for books, although I don't think physical books will ever go away. At least I hope they don't because I love those too!

October 30, 2010

I haven't posted in a very long time. I've been busy living life. I've especially been spending time doing one thing I love - reading! I own a Nook eReader and have been loving it! I love it so much that I am going to publish my books in eReader format exclusively.

The rights to No Way Out have reverted back to me and I am currently in the process of formatting it for eReaders. In fact, I have decided to publish my other works in the eReader format as well. I hope readers who enjoyed No Way Out will enjoy my other novels, once they are available. I am revising those works now, while at the same time working on a new novel. I'm excited about the possibilities that eReaders hold for the future of publishing.

I can promise that my books will be well-priced. They will each be under $5.00. I know I love to browse the eBook shelves and find books at bargain prices. I also enjoy the convenience of carrying around a "stack" of books in one small device. I only wish I could buy a physical book and get an eCopy of the same book for only a few dollars more. I truly enjoy having both versions.

Tell me what your experience has been with eReaders and eBooks. Do you find you prefer reading paper books or eBooks? Which device do you use? How often do you buy eBooks?