So, slightly to my surprise, my books are now available in paperback from Amazon Germany, Amazon Italy, Amazon France and Amazon Spain, and on the Kindle from amazon.fr. In other news, I’ve been enjoying reading this year’s round of Mills and Boon New Voices. I started reading Mills and Boons when I’d just finished my […]Read More European adventure for the books, and musings on Mills and Boon
According to Amazon, people who bought The Maker’s Mask also bought Cranford. Which I suspect is small-sample bias rather than both books appealing to fans of formidable elderly ladies, but I’m honoured to find myself in such company anyway. Also, Dame Eileen Atkins would make a wonderful Malabranca Prime.Read More Quick post
The first two Requite books are now available on the Amazon Kindle Store! Here are the links: The Maker’s Mask (The Books Of Requite) The Hawkwood War (The Books Of Requite) Here is an excerpt from The Maker’s Mask, to celebrate: Kjarten Helm sat down on one side of Tzenni and offered her some wine […]Read More Very exciting news! Requite books available on Kindle!
Good news: barring any more unexpected hiccups in the process, the books are now on their way to the Kindle Store! I turned out to have misread the form on the Amazon site – it looked as if you had to provide US tax information wherever in the world you were, but it turns out […]Read More Good news, bad news
I discovered yesterday that several people (or, as it may be, several robots) had found the blog by Googling ‘tzenni malabranca’, and this led me to discover that the books have shown up on a site called Shelfari. (Warning: it looks like Shelfari were putting up confusing pages that would spam everyone in your email […]Read More My books do more social networking than I do
Is it better for you if I buy the book from Lulu, or from Amazon? If you’re buying an ebook, Lulu is the only game in town at present. If you’re buying a paperback, I honestly don’t mind – I get more money on the Lulu sales and more Amazon rankings on the Amazon sales, […]Read More Things people have been asking me
Well, I have now made the grand total of 45p from Amazon referrals. When I told my husband about this he said ‘Well done!’ entirely unironically. Oh dear. I also had a baffling email from Amazon this morning suggesting I might want to display a large banner ad for the Kindle. I suppose there may […]Read More Blogroll