To Kindle or Not to Kindle

I sometimes ask myself what came first, the chicken or the egg? Thanks to my publisher, I am no longer so confused about that … well maybe I am, but at least I understand why my book, “The Wraith of Carter’s Mill”, was published as paperback first.

I suppose it’s widely known among Indie authors that the task of formatting a book to Kindle can be quite a job, and according to my publisher, it is easier to format a book to Kindle after it has been formatted to paperback. It is also much easier to proof a paperback copy than it is a digital copy I have learned firsthand.

The fact of the matter is that in the age we live in, you just simply must make your book available in digital format. People read on the go today. They snatch a few minutes here and a few there and it is just more convenient for today’s reader to be able to read the books they love on a device of some sort. Can you imagine what it would have been like if Emerson, Twain, or Steinbeck had the same publishing venues available to them?

So, in keeping with the times and the tradition of authors to reach as many readers as possible, we have finally released the Kindle version of “The Wraith of Carter’s Mill,” and I could not be happier about it.

Follow the link below to get your Kindle copy:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00VIU9YKS

Sensitives: The First Novella in “The Wraith of Carter’s Mill” Series

“Sensitives” was the start of it all. It was while I was writing it that I realized that the story was much bigger than a novella. The characters began speaking to me and complaining that there was just simply a lot more story to tell. So, the series was born.

Because “Sensitives” was the beginning, we decided that offering the first ebook at a reduced price was a great way to introduce the series to readers. For $.99, readers can read the first book…and get hooked on the series.

The link below will take you to a free preview of Sensitives, so that you can sample it before buying.

Happy Reading!

http:www.createspace.com/Preview/1166033