I am really excited that Faithful Publishing has made Pale as the Moon available on Kindle. They will also soon have An Independent Spirit up soon. Then on to Nook.
I feel like this is the future of books and that it will widen the horizons for my books. Of course they will remain also available as paper books.
That's fantastic Donna. Congratulations.
I just wanna bump this great news from Donna!
That's terrific news, Donna. Hope you sell lots. Both of them are great books. My granddaughter loved them.
Thank you, Rochelle. An Independent Spirit will be next to go e-book. I love that your granddaughter loved them. Especially like knowing they have shown up on the "other" coast.
Your kids wrote a historical novel?? Wow! I'm impressed! How old are they?
LOL, no, Habee. Its a historical novel FOR kids. Although, since my own children are grown up they could do that and it not be so unusual.
Yeah, I know. I was just kidding you. Seriously, many congrats!!
Donna that is really great news and I hope you do really well.. but you're 'In Print' any way you want to look at and that is a major event. Good On You!
Thoroughbreds... hard to beat on the flat over 6 furlongs!
Yes, I have been in print for a few years. making this transition if just as exciting as when I held my first book - Pale as the Moon - in my hands.
Many already published authors are finding POD and e-books are extending the life of their books. There is no longer a reason for books to go "out-of-print." And ebooks can broaden the availability of a book worldwide.
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