Monthly Archives: June 2012

New Release: The Hidden Castle

Just in time for our upcoming one year anniversary, Pegasus Pulp has a new story (or rather two, since there is a bonus story included) available. So, without further ado, I present you The Hidden Castle. The Hidden Castle: Once … Continue reading

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Cora cracks the Italian market… and beats George R.R. Martin

Apparently, beating Ireland in the Euro 2012  (2:0 in this case*) makes readers in newer Kindle store countries eager to buy my books, for less than a week after breaking into the Spanish market, I also cracked the Italian market … Continue reading

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Cora cracks the Spanish market

Six months after Amazon opened its Kindle store in Spain and Italy and related territories, I have finally managed to crack the Spanish market, since I just sold a copy of Seraglio at sometime on Thursday night. I guess … Continue reading

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The Princess and the Baker’s Boy – or why I write unconventional gender dynamics

Last week, I blogged about Fifty Shades of Grey and gender roles in romantic fiction over at the Cora Buhlert blog. In the context of that post, I also mentioned that I only just realized that I tend to write … Continue reading

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May sales figures, the German e-book market, Kobo news and some other links

The German booksellers’ association Börsenverein des Deutschen Buchhandels (a.k.a. the nice folks who brought you the German fixed book price agreement among other things) have released their 2012 e-book study. The most notable point is that e-books are now 1 … Continue reading

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