Monthly Archives: February 2012

New Release: “He has come back to me…”

February 29th is a day that only comes every four years. And here at Pegasus Pulp, we celebrate this unique day with the rerelease of two out of print science fiction stories, “He has come back to me…” and Contact … Continue reading

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Cora contemplates getting an e-reader

I posted some of my deliberations about getting an e-reader over at my main blog. So far, I haven’t decided on any of the available readers, and I haven’t even checked out the Weltbild reader yet. Send to Kindle

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New Book Trailer for El Carnicero

I had so much fun using xtranormal to make a book trailer for the Silencer series that I went and made another trailer for El Carnicero, my regency adventure romance. Xtranormal offers cartoon versions of historical figures, so the trailer … Continue reading

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Outlaw Love is a Bestseller

Outlaw Love already is my bestselling story and hit the lesbian fiction bestseller list on Amazon UK last month. Now, however, Outlaw Love is a bonafide triple bestseller on Amazon Germany: Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #5.933 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 … Continue reading

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New Book Trailer for the Silencer series

I made a book trailer for my Silencer stories via xtranormal, a cool site where you can make movies using CGI characters. Check it out below the cut: Send to Kindle

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A book pimping post and the problem of free

First of all, happy book release day to Elke Marion Weiß whose debut crime novel Triangel is published today. A Kindle edition is also available. Elke was one of my teachers at university. Chuck Wendig weighs in on KDP Select … Continue reading

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An Interview and Some Links

First of all, I’ve got another interview up. This time around, I was interviewed by Peter Joseph Lewis at Why Did You Write That? Drop by and say hello. And now for a couple of links: Writer Ian Duncan responds … Continue reading

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The latest indie publishing sensation and German responses to Amazon’s publishing ventures

The Telegraph reports about the newest self-publishing phenomenon, British writer Kerry Wilkinson who sold more than 250 000 books in less than a year, which made him the bestselling Kindle author in the UK. Of course, mega-bestselling indie writers are … Continue reading

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Public Service Announcement: Self-Publishing Survey

And now for a public service announcement: Steven Lewis of the Taleist blog has put together a self-publishing survey to gain some hard data regarding sales, royalties, income, etc… For more information, visit the Taleist or David Gaughran’s blog. The … Continue reading

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Responses to Jonathan Franzen

In the past week or so, there have been plenty of responses to Jonathan Franzen’s anti e-book rant, which is linked here. There are links to a few good ones in the following: Tom Chivers of the Telegraph has some … Continue reading

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