Monthly Archives: May 2013

Mixed E-Book Links of Interest

For starters, the indie versus trad publishing or maybe both debate is still going on (and will probably be for a while yet). SF writer Tobias Buckell cautions writers eager to jump into indie publishing that the big successes like … Continue reading

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The Renaissance of Short Fiction Revisited

Back in February, I wrote a post on this blog about how the internet and the e-book revolution have brought about a renaissance of short fiction. Since so far, all of our e-books here at Pegasus Pulp are either short … Continue reading

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A Handful of Plugs

I’ve plugged my own latest release, so here are plugs for other people’s books and events. Among the many how-to books about self-publishing out there, Let’s Get Digital by David Gaughran is the gold standard. Now the sequel (of sort) … Continue reading

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A German Bestseller

Unter der Knute, the German edition of Under the Knout, has edged onto the category bestseller list for German language short fiction at Amazon DE at No. 92. Nr. 92 in Kindle-Shop > eBooks > Belletristik > Kurzgeschichten & Anthologien It … Continue reading

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New Release: The Dark Lily

The Dark Lily, our latest release here at Pegasus Pulp is not just a return to the spy fiction genre and to the swinging sixties, but also a prequel to The Other Side of the Curtain, which was one of … Continue reading

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