Mark Hunter (ozma914) wrote,
Mark Hunter

Coming Attractions is e-booking all over the place

As you know, one of the weirdest things about being a writer is seeing your book up for sale.

Or maybe you didn't know that. I didn't know that.

Coming Attractions is my tenth published book, so you'd think I'd get used to it, but it's always ... weird. Promotion is even weirder: As I've said before, my parents taught me better than to run around shouting "look at me, look at me!" So instead I'll say ... hm ...

Look at this, look at this! There, redirection.

Here are the places Coming Attractions is up for sale as of now, that we know of. All e-book, so far; it is up in print on Amazon, but we made a few tweaks and haven't gotten our proof copy back, so we're not publicizing that yet. Still, I did make that offer to show something incredibly embarrassing if we sell our first hundred copies by January 1st, so the least I can do is give you all a chance to embarrass me.

Of course, it's up along with fourteen other entries on our Amazon author page:

It's available almost everywhere in the world on Amazon except, oddly enough, most of the Middle East. (Those fifteen entries include the three anthologies I have stories in, plus separate print and e-book entries for Radio Red and Coming Attractions. No, I don't know why.)

Then there's Barnes and Noble, which specializes in books. And coffee, and toys, and games, and novelties, and such. Come to think of it, I bought the Doctor Who soundtrack there.

That's the link to all our books on B&N, and isn't Christmas shopping season reaching right for us like a pocket picking politician? If you can't click on that link, just type it all in from memory.

Also, here's a Smashwords link to Coming Attractions:

Smashing. By which you can get it on epub and mobi and pdf, and stuff.

And you can get it on iTunes!

Even though it's not a tune. In fact, if you click on my name you can see a bunch of other stuff, also not tunes.

We also have Kobo:

Which I used to think was the name of that ape who knew sign language.

Some of our books are all over the place, including places I hadn't heard of because I was busy watching cute puppy videos. Although Coming Attractions isn't quite there yet, many of our other books are on Blio:

The new book should be there any moment. It's already on Scribd:

Which seems like it's missing a letter, but who am I to sy?

So there you go: your Christmas shopping list. I'm sure Coming Attractions is or will be on other sites, so if you happen to see it there, let us know. And congrats to Emily for all her setup and distribution work!

You can get a sample of the book on many of those sites.
Tags: books, coming attractions, e-book, kindle, publishing, romance, romantic comedy, writing

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