Saturday Situation Report

Received my book shipment this week. Always fun! Took a pretty close look at Words in the Wind and didn’t find any glaring errors. Didn’t read every word, of course, but it looks great!

Still moving forward slowly on my WIP.

Just want to remind y’all that The Story in the Stars is available for only 99 cents on Kindle, but for a limited time only — on August 1, the price goes back up. So if you’ve been thinking about buying it, you’d better quit thinking about it and do it! (It’s also available in print, but that version’s not marked down.)

And you do know about the Kindle computer app, don’t you? Whether you have a Mac or a PC, you can download a free Kindle reader to your computer. It works just like the hand-held Kindle device, except on your bulky computer. I’ve read quite a few books on my laptop thanks to Kindle for Mac, and it’s eminently do-able. I prefer a print book, but I must admit, e-books are convenient and inexpensive.

Though the official release date (August 1) has not yet arrived, Words in the Wind is available now, too, both in print at Amazon or Barnes & Noble, or for Kindle at Amazon. I also dropped off copies at the New Philly and Dover libraries, so once they get it processed and into circulation, you’ll be able to borrow it and read it for free.

Speaking of which, I see Amazon has made Words available to Amazon Prime members to borrow for two weeks for free.

For those of you who live near me, The Dayspring Christian Bookstore in New Philly has both books in stock as of today, so you can buy either or both there as well. Quicker than ordering them online and having to wait for them to arrive (a problem you don’t have with ebooks).

If you do read it, however the method, could I ask you to post a review on Amazon and B&N sites? Because there aren’t any there yet, and it looks sad and empty.

And, don’t forget the author talk and book signing at the Dover Public Library on Tuesday night, September 4, at 7:00 pm. I’ll have both books to sell there, too. If you want to buy an ebook instead but want an autograph, stop by and I’ll sign a bookmark for you.

Have a lovely weekend!

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2 thoughts on “Saturday Situation Report

  1. They better post, or they’ll report to me! MY review’s there. And besides all that, they’d get a GREAT read. I LOVE your sic-fi, Yvonne, and I don’t like sic-fi. 🙂

    1. No worries, Ane – your review is up now. But I wrote this post before you sent it in.
      Meanwhile, your stumbling fingers came up with a new genre – sic-fi. Does that mean it’s “sick”? In what sense of the word?

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