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I’m on Kindle

August 19, 2010

Mere days before I flit off to LA to live a week like I’m something special, I realize I am special.  I’m in a book on Kindle! Yeah, yeah, lots of people are, even people who aren’t in a real book…stop trying to burst my bubble.  I’m on the biggest electronic reader in the world.

For the bargain price of five bucks ($5.00), you can read “Leech Run” and all the other stories in Zero Gravity.  Big savings over the paperback price of $15.29.  There’s something spacial about having a story in tangible print on paper that I can keep on a shelf and point to.  There’s also something special about having my story distributed through cutting edge technology.

I suspect I may end up on the Kindle again when Writers of the Future XXV! comes out. Ooh, I just checked and found something cooler!!

How pretty is that?  It’s available for pre-order through Amazon. People are pre-ordering me!  *giggles like maniacal school child*  They aren’t advertising it for Kindle yet, but I bet it will happen after the first surge of paperbacks sell…but wait.  Previous years’ anthologies aren’t available on Kindle.  Huh.  I’ll ask about it next week to see why.  But a print book is still great.  They did an audio book of volume 24 that was excellent; I’d love to see that happen this year.

I guess I should go to sleep now.  I have that real job thing in the morning.

For those interested, I’ll try to throw up a note here every day or so while I’m in LA.  Nothing long winded until I get back.  Now go buy me on Amazon!

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Brian Baker permalink
    August 20, 2010 12:15 pm

    On the verge of your trip to LA for WOTF, where does your novel stand? I’d love an update. Congrats on hitting the new media.

    • osomuerte permalink
      August 21, 2010 11:45 am

      The novel stands in the corner with a disappointed expression on its unfinished face. Oh well…

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