Saturday, January 29, 2011

Ebooks and Paying Markets

In case you didn't know, two of our Blog Colleagues have published with Kindle in the past few days. They are Avery Debow with Resonance, and Bernardl (Bernard Lee Deleo) with Monster. I've got my copies.

Also check out Full Throttle Steve for an ebook offer HERE.

And our friend Rick over at The Writer and the White Cat has some very exciting news for the writers among us.

Just a little Linky Love for everyone.

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25 comments:

laughingwolf said...

grats, all! :)

will check out rick asap...

pattinase (abbott) said...

Twice I've heard of this linky in the last day. Must look into it.

ivan said...

I am as yet unkindled--or even rekindled, but though not a SciFi buff, I find the review of Avery Debow'sResonance fascinating....I must get Kindle.

I knew Avery de Bow would be a smartie from her comments on your page. Looks like the proof is in the puddin'.
(A writer, from even the third grade in school. Wow.)

Sidney said...

Picked up Avery's the other day and have Steve's plus Killing Trail. Need to check out the others.

Sidney said...

Picked up Avery's the other day and have Steve's plus Killing Trail. Need to check out the others.

Charles Gramlich said...

Laughingwolf, it looks like it's gonna be really cool.

Patti, do.

Ivan, Avery could be a break out.

Sidney, Bernard did a really good read called Lancelot under the Lee Whitney name.

Deka Black said...

I want to get Kindle or whatever device be. But... bills and eating come first, i fear. being aliving organic being sometimes is... curious ;)

Oh, and another thing: Sometimes, link coleeagues, friends...is way better and easier than write a proper article for the blog ;)

Steve Malley said...

I'm enjoying the hell out of Avery's book right now, must get Bernard's!

And thanks for the linky love-- makes me feel all warm and fuzzy... :)

Hanny said...

That's great news!

Cloudia said...

If I had HALF your talent, drive, savvy, I'd be half you!
What an example that we can do stuff.


Aloha from Honolulu
Comfort Spiral

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X. Dell said...

The Writer and the White Cat link I found interesting for many reasons, among them the sidebar posts about David Boyer.

Travis Erwin said...

Reading Avery's now.

Charles Gramlich said...

Deka Black, I feel sometimes as if I've run out of things to say on my blog, but then something occurs to me and at times I have more to say.

Steve Malley, I'm so busy right now I have very little time to read. I will get to it soon.

Hanny, glad you liked. Thanks for stopping by.

Cloudia, I'm blushing now. Thanks for the kind words. :)

X. Dell, yeah, Boyer plagiarized him, and others. It was ridiculous.

Travis Erwin, it looks to be good.

BernardL said...

Thanks for the plug, my friend.

Richard Godwin said...

Charles thank you for keeping us informed. This is a great site.

Charles Gramlich said...

Bernardl, not a prob. I've got my copy. Will be reading it before too long.

Richard Godwin, thanks, man. Glad you dropped by.

jodi said...

Charles, linky love. I like that!

Erik Donald France said...

From the Interzone, cool! I'll back . . .

Erik Donald France said...

be. . .

Charles Gramlich said...

Jodi, :)

Erik, thumbs up.

SzélsőFa said...

i've just joined to read your suggested 100 books.
an impressive list, and although at many times i frowned with surprise, i nodded at many other times, too.
but it's your list anyway and i clearly see that you have compiled it with lots of careful and due consideration.
i too, guess the list would have been different had you lived in europe :) but that is also quite all right as it is now.
so, great job.

Charles Gramlich said...

Szelsofa, I suppose none of us can get around to everything. That's why we need more such lists.

Gaston Studio said...

Great news. Congrats to your friends!

AvDB said...

Thanks for the love, Charles. And thanks to those who have bought/are reading/like the sound of my book. Nice to be appreciated.

I'd have responded sooner but the Architect had a deadline and proceeded to hog the computer all weekend. Avery needs a laptop.

Charles Gramlich said...

Gaston, thankee and cool.

AVDB, oh yes, a laptop may be a necessity for sure for you now.