Monthly Archives: July 2014

Indie Speculative Fiction of the Month: July 2014

It’s that time of the month again, time for “Indie Speculative Fiction of the Month”. So what is “Indie Speculative Fiction of the Month”? It’s a round-up of speculative fiction by indie authors newly published this month, though some June … Continue reading

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The Eight Hour E-Book Challenge No. 3 and Seeing Red

You may remember the eight hour e-book challenge, a semi-regular event instigated by Joe Konrath last year and since continued by Donald Rump. I took part twice so far, once in the original challenge and once in January. I wasn’t … Continue reading

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A Bestseller in India

Pegasus Pulp has finally conquered the Indian market, cause yesterday we made our first sale at Amazon India. What is more, the book in question, Seraglio, also promptly hit a couple of category bestseller lists: Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,055 Paid … Continue reading

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Another Interview

One more post for today, cause I’ve been interviewed by fantasy writer K.J. Bryen at Take the Plunge. We talk about writing, UFOs and pirates – the seafaring kind, not the kind that illegally shares digital media. As always, the … Continue reading

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Reactions to Kindle Unlimited from around the Web and a look at subscription services in general

Amazon’s new Kindle Unlimited subscription program continues to dominate the debate in the online indie publishing community. I already explained why Pegasus Pulp e-books won’t be available via the program. Now let’s hear what some other authors, indie, trad and … Continue reading

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Some prime Amazon bashing from Germany

Amazon currently isn’t too popular because of its negotiations tactics with the publishers Hachette in the US and Bonnier in Germany. Now a lot of pixels have already been wasted on discussing the conflict between Amazon on the one side … Continue reading

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Why Pegasus Pulp e-books won’t be available via Kindle Unlimited

You’ve probably already heard about Kindle Unlimited, the new e-book subscription service Amazon unveiled today. Alas, Pegasus Pulp e-books won’t be among the 600000 e-books and audio books available to borrow via Kindle Unlimited. The reason is that including our … Continue reading

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Double Release: A new Shattered Empire novelette and a new Silencer story

The post title says it all really, for today we have no one but two new releases to announce. And not just any new titles either, but a brand-new adventure of the Silencer and the long awaited next installment in … Continue reading

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Research Fallout: Vintage New York City

Regular readers of Pegasus Pulp e-books may have noticed that two of our series, the Adventures of the Silencer and New York City’s Finest (yes, it will be a series eventually), are both set in New York City, albeit eighty … Continue reading

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Our Three Year Anniversary

July 3 marks the three year anniversary of Pegasus Pulp. We started in July 2011 with three e-books for sale. Three years later that number has grown to 52 titles in two languages with three more currently going through editing, … Continue reading

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