As so often in my books, two characters are discussing religion. “I’m KinHarzin. When the Emperor was Binitarian, I was Binitarian. Now that the Emperor is Dispensationalist, I am Dispensationalist.” “And what would you be if the Emperor disbanded the KinHarzin?” “Dangerous.” In other news, Lulu has moved on since I last published a book […]Read More Today’s snippet
Well, after a dip that I think was caused by Amazon’s rollout of Kindle Unlimited, sales seem to be picking back up again. I have no scientific answers as to why, but this Christmas I had a look at a relative’s Kindle with online lending enabled and the experience of searching the Kindle Store for […]Read More Rambling on about my Kindle sales again
I have not been well. This means this post is kind of blithery, and contains footnotes. So, I have been Not Well, in ways which I am not going to share with the Internet, don’t worry. This means I have been doing a lot of lying in bed listening to podcasts.  Most recently I’ve […]Read More In which I get to the point eventually, I promise.
If you want a paperback of Firebrand and like the convenience of ordering from Amazon, the good news is that it has finally worked its way through the system and arrived there: Buy from amazon.co.uk Buy from amazon.com Firebrand is also available in electronic format: Buy .epub from Lulu Buy .mobi from Amazon.co.uk Buy .mobi […]Read More Paperbacks of Firebrand have arrived at Amazon
Firebrand is go! I was hoping to hold off the official launch until it had made it to Amazon in paperback, but the wheels of Amazon are grinding slowly, so for the time being if you want a paperback you can buy direct from Lulu. Here’s the link to buy it in various formats: .epub […]Read More Light the Flames
I’d been thinking for a while about making The Maker’s Mask available for free on the Kindle Store to coincide with either the release of Firebrand or the release of Heavy Ice, probably the latter. Then the Requite books got nominated for Yuletide again this year, and as there’s always a bit of an upswell […]Read More Try the first two Requite books for $0.99 each!
This is an open letter to Amazon, with regard to their UK Kindle Store. Dear Amazon: I love the Kindle. I love the convenience of being able to buy books and have them delivered immediately. I love being able to read three-volume Victorian novels without also getting an arm and shoulder workout. But the experience […]Read More Dear Amazon
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!