Hello Everyone. I’m running a free book promotion this Sunday on Amazon, so if you happen to be a member of Kindle Unlimited, you can download Murphy’s Law for free. If you’re not a Kindle Unlimited member, you can always sign-up for the 30-day free trial. Thanks for your continued comments and ratings on Goodreads and Amazon, and have a great weekend.
For all my friends in the U.K., my first novel, Murphy’s Law, goes on sale next week in Amazon’s U.K. Store. Starting Thursday, May 9th, you will be able to purchase the ebook version for the low, low price of .99 GBP. The price will rise through the week returning to the regular price of 3.49 GBP on May 16th. So buy early, and often. 🙂
It’s list time again. Not Santa’s list. Your list. Regardless of whether they’ve been good, bad or indifferent, you’ve got names on your list and gifts to be given. Why not make it easy on yourself this year? Avoid the long line-ups and the crowds. Give them books from Amazon this Christmas and reduce your shopping time from hours and hours to just minutes. Just click, type your name and address in the bill to section and one of the lucky people on your list in the ship to section, and voila… shopping’s done.
Oh yeah… You don’t have to include one of my books in your shopping spree, but if you do, that would be just fine too.
Hi guys. I just posted Chapter Three of my new book Diana’s Leap. The ebook version of the novel is launching on Nov 2nd, but you can read the first three chapters right now for free. Just follow the links below to the free chapters on Glenn’s Space…
My little mystery novel, Murphy’s Law, surpassed a prodigious milestone this morning. Thanks to a special promotion I’m running today, it clipped past the 1,000 mark in total downloads. Actually, it was 1,009 the last time I looked. That number includes digital, print, and audiobook sales as well as downloads through Kindle Unlimited and the Kindle Lending Library. It took two years to get here–almost exactly two, actually; it was published Jan 25th, 2016–but here we are.
I never thought it would do this well when I first published it. I really just intended it as an experiment to learn about self publishing, or independent publishing as those in the biz like to call it.
I hope to publish my second novel, Diana’s Leap, soon. It’s all ready to go; I just have to finish writing it–and it would be done right now too, were it not for the distractions, like that sweet spot just behind Sophie the Cat’s ears that’s always in need of a little human attention.
“What’s more important,” I have asked her on more than one occasion. “Writing the great Canadian novel, or scratching the cat’s ears.” She never answers. She just stares at me with a look that says: “What a ridiculous question.”
I will get it finished soon, though; I promise. And when I do, I will post the first chapter here so you can get a taste. May all of your days be full, and all of your nights unburdened by worry or care.