Ebooks for Good – Celebrating Success

And, now it seems that Komen is reversing its policy.  Or clarifying its policy.  Or whatever.  In any case, they’re reinstating their funding for Planned Parenthood, and they’re (supposedly) making it so that the funding can’t be taken away for the reasons that were stated on this go around. I’m pleased by the immediate result. I’m wary of the future. And I still intend to donate all proceeds from Mindy Klasky Res...

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Ebooks for Good – Another Reminder

Sigh.  The spin-cycle just keeps going. Today, Komen has “clarified” that they didn’t pull Planned Parenthood funding because of abortion, and they didn’t pull it because Planned Parenthood was under investigation by a Republican congressman from Florida.  Instead, they pulled funding because Planned Parenthood does not perform mammograms on site; instead, they make “pass through” patients, making referrals...

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Sliding Scale

Not surprisingly, I frequently get into conversations about traditional publishing versus independent publishing.  Casual acquaintances often ask me if I’m thrilled to be able to publish on my own. My answer, again not surprisingly, is somewhat complicated. I’m thrilled to have another option, absolutely.  I’m thrilled to have a venue for selling books that are out of print, 100%.  I’m thrilled to have a place to market...

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FRIGHT COURT – Now an Ebook!

FRIGHT COURT is now available as an ebook!  That’s right, you can buy a copy — value-priced at just $2.99 — from Amazon Kindle, B & N Nook, or Smashwords.  (Currently, there is no print edition.)  Vampires, lawyers, and cupcakes — what could possibly make a better read as we head into the busy autumn season? For those of you who have forgotten (or never knew) — here’s what FRIGHT COURT is all about: Sarah...

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FRIGHT COURT – The End

When we started on this venture, I know some of us thought that the last chapter might never be posted, that we might never know the full extent of Sarah’s story, of her true identity, of the exact nature of happenings at the D.C. Night Court. Oh.  Maybe I was the only one who worried about all that. In any case, the last chapter of Sarah’s story is now posted:...

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